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• U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
s Bureau of Economic Analysis 
















FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT 
IN THE UNITED STATES, KMM) 



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
Malcolm Baldrige, Secretary 

BUREAU OF ECONOMIC ANALYSIS 
George Jaszi, Director 




October 1983 



U. S. Depository Copy 



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For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office 

Washington, D.O. 20402 



FOREWORD 



This volume presents data from the 1980 Benchmark Survey of Foreign Direct Investment in 
the United States, conducted by the Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Com- 
merce. In terms of value, the survey covered virtually the entire foreign direct investment uni- 
verse, which consists of all U.S. business enterprises owned 10 percent or more, directly or in- 
directly, by a foreign person. The survey collected detailed data on the financial structure and 
operations of the U.S. affiliates of foreign persons in 1980; these data include balance sheets, 
income statements, external financial position, employment, employee compensation, U.S. mer- 
chandise trade, technology, and U.S. land owned or leased. The survey also collected data on 
the foreign direct investment position in the United States and balance of payments transactions 
between the U.S. affiliates and their foreign parents. The data from the survey may be disaggre- 
gated in a number of ways, including by industry of U.S. affiliate, by country and industry of 
foreign parent or ultimate beneficial owner, and, for selected data, by State. 

The data will be helpful in formulating U.S. policy on foreign direct investment in the United 
States and in assessing the economic significance of such investment. As a consequence, they 
should promote a better understanding of foreign direct investment among business, labor. Gov- 
ernment, the academic community, and the general public. The data will also be used to derive 
current universe estimates of direct investment from sample data collected in nonbenchmark 
years. In particular, they will provide benchmarks for obtaining the quarterly universe estimates 
of foreign direct investment that appear in the U.S. balance of payments and the national income 
and product accounts. 

The 1980 survey is the first benchmark survey of foreign direct investment in the United 
States conducted under authority of the International Investment Survey Act of 1976. The pre- 
ceding benchmark survey, which covered 1974, was conducted under authority of the Foreign 
Investment Study Act of 1974. The next benchmark survey is scheduled to cover 1987, so that it 
will coincide with, and can be linked to, the Census Bureau's next quinquennial economic cen- 
sus. Thereafter, benchmark surveys will be conducted at least once every 5 years. 



George Jaszi 

Director 

Bureau of Economic Analysis 

U.S. Department of Commerce 



III 



Acknowledgements 



The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) extends thanks to the 
companies that responded to the 1980 Benchmark Survey of Foreign 
Direct Investment in the United States. Their efforts in filing accurate 
and timely reports, and in cooperating with BEA staff during the proc- 
essing and review of the data, are gratefully acknowledged. 

Jack J. Bame, Associate Director for International Economics, 
BEA, provided general guidance for the survey. George R. Kruer, 
Chief, and Betty L. Barker, Assistant Chief, of the International In- 
vestment Division (IID), coordinated the design of the report forms and 
the conduct of the survey. 

Under the direction of John P. Bogumill, the Special Surveys 
Branch of IID had primary responsibility for mailing out, editing, and 
processing the forms, and for preparing the tables. Present and past 
members of the Branch directly involved in these efforts were Juris E. 
Abolins, Margo R. Collier, Shirley J. Davis, Christopher J. 
Emond, David H. Galler, Maynard R. Cuss. Earl F. Holmes, 
Edward J. Kozerka, Carol L. Lefkowitz, Jeffrey H. Lowe, John A. 
Munz, Willie P. Rivers, Gwendolyn B. Singleton, and Dorrett E. 
Williams. They were assisted by members of other Branches, especial- 
ly Ethel J. Wheeler. 

The Foreign Direct Investment in the United States Branch, IID. un- 
der the direction of James L. Bomkamp, had primary responsibility 
for designing the report forms, determining the reporting universe. 



maintaining the reports control log, processing exemption claims, and 
handling compliance actions and requests for extensions of time. Mem- 
bers of the Branch directly involved were Constance T. Deve, Beverly 
A. Feeser, Gregory G. Fouch, Lester Koransky, and Beverly E. 
Palmer. 

Douglas J. Klear, Computer Systems and Services Division, super- 
vised the computer processing of the report forms, with assistance from 
Marguerite E. Ellis. Joan O. Adams, La Verne R. Allen, Brenda J. 
Bolden, Elverda M. Cunningham. Anna M. Harrington, Gertrude 
Jeffrey, Vanessa Marshall, Tandaleyia J. Nichols, Shirley A. 
Owens, and Sherry A. Parker keytaped the data, under the supervi- 
sion of Ida M. Brown. 

Christopher Emond, IID. coordinated the final review of the survey 
results to ensure reasonableness and accuracy. The primary reviewers 
were Leonard A. Lupo, Ned G. Howenstine, and Arnold Gilbert. 

George Kruer, Betty Barker, R. David Belli, Ned Howenstine, 
Margo Collier, and Arnold Gilbert planned this volume. Ned 
Howenstine prepared the methodology, based partly on materials writ- 
ten by Betty Barker. Margo Collier was responsible for the initial de- 
sign of, and computer specifications for. the tables. Arnold Gilbert 
was responsible for computer generation of the tables and for designing 
computer programs to suppress the data to maintain their 
confidentiality. Marie C. Gott ran the suppression programs. Secretar- 
ial services were provided by Cindy L. Hausch, Patricia L. Collins, 
and Janet L. Jivatode. 

The manuscript was edited by Dannelet A. Teske, publication serv- 
ices were provided by Patti A. Trujillo, and the cover was designed by 
Karin Berndt, Current Business Analysis Division. 

BEA also thanks the many other individuals who contributed to the 
various phases of data preparation and publication, but who were too 
numerous to list separately. 



CONTENTS 






Page 

Foreword j i i 

Acknowledgements iv 

Methodology 1 

Introduction 1 

Coverage 1 

Basic concepts and definitions 2 

Direct investment 2 

Determination of place of residence 3 

U.S. affiliate 3 

Foreign parent 4 

Ultimate beneficial owner 4 

Foreign parent group 4 

Accounting principles 4 

Fiscal-year reporting 4 

Confidentiality 6 

Classification procedures 6 

Industry classification 6 

Country classification 11 

U.S. affiliate financial and operating data 15 

General validity of data 16 

Balance sheet 16 

Income statement 16 

Employment and employee compensation 16 

Property, plant, and equipment 17 

U.S. merchandise trade 17 

Direct investment position and balance of payments data 18 

Foreign direct investment position in the United States 18 

Direct investment capital inflows 19 

Direct investment income 21 

Direct investment fees* and royalties 21 

List of tables 23 

Tables 27 

General notes to tables 27 

Part I. U.S. affiliate financial and operating data — all U.S. 

affiliates 29 

Part II. U.S. affiliate financial and operating data — nonbank 

U.S. affiliates 32 

Part III. Direct investment position and balance of payments 

data — all U.S. affiliates 180 

Part IV. Direct investment position and balance of payments 

data — nonbank U.S. affiliates 201 

Footnotes to tables 203 

Appendix 206 

Benchmark Survey of Foreign Direct Investment in the United 

States. 1 980 207 

Instruction Booklet 207 

Form BE- 1 2 225 

Form BE- 1 2 (Bank) 246 

Direct Investment Industry and Foreign Trade Classifications 

Booklet 250 



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METHODOLOGY 



Introduction 

BEA's 1980 Benchmark Survey of Foreign Direct Investment in the 
United States was conducted to obtain complete and accurate data on 
foreign direct investment in the United States in 1980. Reporting in the 
survey was mandatory under the International Investment Survey Act of 
1976 (Public Law 472, 94th Cong., 90 Stat. 2059, 22 U.S.C. 
3101-3108). 

This publication presents 178 tables that contain nearly all the data 
collected in the benchmark survey. Two related types of data are pre- 
sented: (1) financial and operating data, and (2) direct investment posi- 
tion and balance of payments data. The first type includes balance 
sheets and income statements; external financial position; property, 
plant, and equipment; employment and employee compensation; U.S. 
merchandise trade; technology; and U.S. land owned and leased. The 
second type covers positions and transactions between U.S. affiliates 
and their foreign parents. The latter are the source of the official esti- 
mates of direct investment that enter the U.S. balance of payments ac- 
counts (formally referred to as the U.S. international transactions ac- 
counts) and of the associated direct investment position. Balance of 
payments data include data on direct investment capital inflows from 
foreign parents to their U.S. affiliates and payments of income and of 
fees and royalties by U.S. affiliates to their foreign parents. (Data on 
U.S. affiliates' merchandise trade are considered to be financial and 
operating data, rather than balance of payments data, because they are 
not the source of the official merchandise trade statistics in the U.S. 
balance of payments accounts.) 

The 1980 banchmark survey was the first to collect complete and 
consistent information on the country and industry of the ultimate bene- 
ficial owner (UBO) of each foreign direct investment in the United 
States. (Previously only information on the country of the first person 
outside the United States holding the direct investment was obtained.) 
This comprehensive UBO information is used extensively to classify 
the data in this publication. 

Two particularly important methodological changes were made in the 
1980 benchmark survey. First, data were collected on a fiscal-year ba- 
sis, rather than on the calendar-year basis used in the past. Fiscal-year 
reporting was adopted to reduce the reporting burden on survey 
respondents. Second, unincorporated affiliates were required to supply 
more detailed information on their assets, liabilities, and owners' equi- 
ty than in the past to make such data for unincorporated affiliates com- 
parable with those for incorporated affiliates. These and other changes 
are discussed in more detail below. 

Survey data are stored on magnetic tape. BEA can make special tab- 
ulations or perform regression or other statistical analyses of the data at 
cost, within the limits of available resources and subject to the legal re- 
quirement to avoid disclosure of data for a specific person (see the sec- 
tion on confidentiality below). Requests- should be directed to Office of 
the Chief, International Investment Division (BE-50), Bureau of Eco- 
nomic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C. 
20230. 



Coverage 

A 1980 benchmark survey report was required from every U.S. busi- 
ness enterprise that was a U.S. affiliate of a foreign person (defined be- 
low) at any time during its 1980 fiscal year. A U.S. affiliate is a U.S. 
business enterprise in which a foreign person owns or controls, directly 
or indirectly, at least 10 percent of the voting securities if an incorpora- 
ted U.S. business enterprise or an equivalent interest if an 
unincorporated U.S. business enterprise. 

Depending on its size, each U.S. affiliate had to file either a com- 
plete or a partial report. Complete reports had to be filed if the U.S. af- 
filiate's total assets, sales, or net income were at least $1 million or if 
the affiliate owned 200 or more acres of U.S. land. Partial reports had 
to be filed if the U.S. affiliate's total assets, sales, and net income were 
less than $1 million, and the affiliate owned less than 200 acres of U.S. 
land. Affiliates that filed complete reports used the BE- 12 form and re- 
ported detailed financial and operating data and direct investment posi- 
tion and balance of payments data. Affiliates that filed partial reports 
used the BE- 12 Supplement C form and reported only a few financial 
and operating data items — total assets, sales, net income, and acres 
owned. 

Bank affiliates filing complete reports had to provide complete direct 
investment position and balance of payments data, but less detailed fi- 
nancial and operating data than nonbank U.S. affiliates filing complete 
reports. (Bank affiliates are affiliates that had over 50 percent of their 
total income generated by activities in the banking industry.) For bank 
affiliates, a specialized version of the BE- 12 form (the BE- 12 Bank) 
was used. Less detailed financial and operating data were required of 
banks because they already were required to report such data to other 
U.S. Government agencies. (Forms used in the benchmark survey are 
reprinted in the appendix.) 

A total of 12,510 U.S. affiliates filed benchmark survey reports; 
these affiliates constitute the 1980 direct investment universe (table 1). 
Of the U.S. affiliates, 7,676 filed complete reports and 4,834 filed par- 
tial reports. Of those that filed complete reports, 366 were banks. (In- 
formation on industry was not obtained from affiliates that filed partial 
reports.) 

Affiliates that filed complete reports accounted for 61.3 percent (and 
those that filed partial reports for 38.7 percent) of the number of all 
U.S. affiliates in the direct investment universe. However, because 



Table 1.— U.S. Affiliates That Filed 
Benchmark Survey Compared With 



Complete Reports in the 1980 
the Universe of U.S. Affiliates 



Universe of U.S. affiliates 

U.S. affiliates that filed complete re- 
ports 

Nonbanks 

Banks 

U.S. affiliates that filed partial reports 
Addendum — US affiliates that filed 
complete reports as a percentage of 
universe 



Number 

of 
affiliates 



12.510 



7.676 

7.310 

366 

4.834 



61.4 



Millions of dollars 



Total 
assets 



523,383 



521.972 
292.033 
229.939 

1.411 



99.7 



Sales 



436.738 



436. 1 55 
412.705 
•23.450 

583 



999 



Net 

income 



9.862 



9,918 
8,917 
1,001 

-56 



100.6 



Thousands 
of acres 
of land 
owned 



9.623 



9.552 
9.552 

( 2 ) 

71 



99.3 



_L 



1 Equals total income. 

2 Banks did not report acres of land owned 



only very small affiliates were permitted to file partial reports, affili- 
ates that filed complete reports accounted for virtually all of the uni- 
verse in terms of value — 99.7 percent of total assets, 99.9 percent of 
sales, 100.6 percent of net income, and 99.3 percent of acres of U.S. 
land owned. (The percentage for net income exceeds 100 because affil- 
iates that filed partial reports had, in the aggregate, a net loss for the 
year.) Table 2 shows data for affiliates that filed partial reports disag- 
gregated by country of UBO and by country of foreign parent. Except 
for tables 1 and 2, all tables in this publication cover only U.S. affili- 
ates that filed complete reports. 



Basic concepts and definitions 

This section gives the basic concepts and definitions used in the 1980 
benchmark survey. Major differences from the concepts and definitions 
used in BEA's last benchmark survey, which covered 1974, and from 
those used since 1974 in BEA's other surveys of foreign direct invest- 
ment in the United States are noted. 

Direct investment. — Direct investment implies that a person in one 
country has a lasting interest in, and a degree of influence over the 
management of, a business enterprise in another country. For the 



Table 2.— Data Reported by U.S. Affiliates That Filed Partial Reports, 
by Country of UBO and Foreign Parent 



All countries 

Canada 

Europe 

European Communities (9) 

Belgium 

Denmark 

France 

Germany 

Ireland 

Italy 

Luxembourg 

Netherlands 

United Kingdom 

Other Europe 

Austria 

Finland 

Liechtenstein 

Norway 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Other 

Japan 

Australia, N Zealand, and S Africa 

Latin America 

South and Central America 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Mexico 

Panama 

Venezuela 

Other 

Other Western Hemisphere 

Bahamas 

Bermuda 

Netherlands Antilles 

U K. Islands. Caribbean 

Other 

Middle East 

Israel 

Other 

Kuwait 

Lebanon 

Saudi Arabia 

United Arab Emirates 

Other 

Other Africa. Asia, and Pacific 

Otfier Africa 

Other Asia and Pacific 

Hong Kong 

Philippines 

South Korea 

Other 

United States 

Addendum— OPEC 

UBO Ultimate beneficial owner 

« Less than $500,000 (±1 

D Suppressed to avoid disclosure of data of individual companies 



By country of UBO 



Number 

of 
affiliates 



4,834 

1,078 

1.998 

1.480 

67 

20 

208 

584 

4 

99 

27 

136 

335 

518 
28 

8 
56 

25 
41 
51 

279 

HI 

328 

50 

985 

677 
44 
21 

242 
83 
94 

193 

308 
20 
20 

234 

24 

in 

99 
8 
91 
22 
19 
20 
I 
29 

229 
19 

.'in 
MM 
32 
II 
63 

67 

227 



Millions of dollars 



Total 
assets 



(2) 



1.411 

277 

567 

403 
26 

4 
53 
156 

2 
28 

5 
32 
99 

162 
8 

2 
17 

7 
14 
12 
96 

7 

95 



319 

198 
13 
6 
73 
26 
29 
51 

121 
6 
5 

100 
7 
3 

38 
1 

37 

in 
6 
8 
I 

12 

81 
4 

77 

42 
9 
6 

20 

23 

78 



Sales 



(3) 



583 

92 

308 

241 
13 
4 
34 

74 
(*) 

20 

4 

13 

78 

h7 
5 
I 

3 
5 
4 
13 
28 
8 

80 

7 

49 

26 
(*) 
I 
10 
5 
5 
4 

:: 

2 

3 

15 

1 

I 

6 

I 

5 
1 
1 
1 


2 

25 
(*) 

24 
7 
6 
6 
5 

17 

II 



Net 
income 



(4) 



56 

(*) 
-36 

-28 

1 

!•> 

-7 
12 
(*) 
-1 
(*) 
(*) 



(*) 

(*) 

i*i 

I') 
-1 

-2 
-4 
-1 

-3 

-2 
-9 

3 



I* 



I 
-3 



Acres of 

land 

owned 



(5) 



71,029 

20.783 

26.058 

18.523 

1.308 

&) 

1.521 

10.095 

< D > 

565 

( D ) 

2.317 

2.394 

7.535 

419 

2 

1.710 
974 

1X4 
( D ) 

3.663 
<"> 

814 

659 

12.979 

8.9% 
704 
459 
3.404 
1,384 
1,921 
1.124 

3.983 

388 

( D ) 

2.609 

757 
( D ) 

1.967 

( D ) 
( D ) 
627 

( D ) 

66 



724 

5.858 
479 

5.379 

1.371 

511 

1 

3.496 

1,911 

3.751 



By country of foreign parent 



Number 

of 
affiliates 



(6) 



4.834 

1.094 

1.851 

1.407 

61 

20 

175 

573 

3 

81 

25 

163 

306 

444 
24 
7 
60 
25 
19 
50 

235 
24 

331 

46 

1.282 

565 
28 
18 
197 
177 
52 
93 

717 

:x 

17 

613 

54 

5 

49 
7 

42 
9 

in 
8 


15 

181 

27 
154 
68 
21 
10 
55 



105 



Millions of dollars 



Total 
assets 



(7) 



Sales 



IX 



.411 

279 

511 

383 
24 

4 
43 
153 

1 
21 

5 
41 
90 

128 
6 

2 
17 
7 
6 

12 

73 

5 

97 

10 

441 

152 
6 
5 
54 
48 
16 
24 

288 
9 
4 

257 
18 



15 
1 

14 

4 




5 

58 
8 

50 

24 
5 
5 

16 



32 



583 

96 

310 

242 
13 

4 
32 
74 
(*) 
16 

4 
22 
76 

68 
4 

1 

4 
5 
4 
12 
30 



84 
7 

Sy 

24 
(*) 
1 
10 
8 
2 
3 

36 

2 
4 

27 



5 
1 
3 
1 
(*) 
1 




Net 
income 



(9) 



-56 

-I 
-35 

-28 

1 

C) 

-6 

-13 
(•) 
-1 
(*) 
(*) 
-8 

-7 
C) 
(*) 
(*) 
(*) 
-1 
-2 
-4 
-1 

-2 

-2 

-13 

-4 

(' 

( 



(* 



Acres of 

land 
owned 



(10) 



71.029 

21.395 

24.724 

17.275 

1.002 

f) 

1.392 

10.120 



P) 

P) 

1.960 

1.996 

7.449 

367 

2 

2.019 

974 

f) 

P) 

3.449 

P) 

838 

675 

17.213 

7.647 
655 
447 

2.825 

2.055 

1.211 

454 

9.566 

702 



8.038 

P) 

P) 

1.129 

2 

1.127 

P) 

P) 

1 


623 

5.055 
403 

4.652 

700 

516 



3.436 



2.370 



United States, ownership or control of 10 percent or more of an enter- 
prise's voting securities, or the equivalent, is considered evidence of 
such a lasting interest or degree of influence over management. Thus, 
foreign direct investment in the United States is ownership or control, 
directly or indirectly, by one foreign person of 10 percent or more of 
the voting securities if an incorporated U.S. business enterprise or an 
equivalent interest if an unincorporated U.S. business enterprise. Any 
foreign investment in the United States that is not direct investment by 
this definition is considered portfolio investment; such investment was 
not covered by the 1980 benchmark survey. (This definition was used 
in the 1974 benchmark survey; however, prior to 1974, the percentage 
cutoff was 25 percent.) 

Direct investment refers to ownership by a single person, not to the 
combined ownership of all persons in a country. Thus, a single foreign 
person must own or control at least 10 percent of a U.S. business enter- 
prise for foreign direct investment in the United States to exist. 

"Person" is broadly defined to include any individual, branch, part- 
nership, associated group, association, estate, trust, corporation, or 
other organization (whether or not organized under the laws of any 
State), and any government (including a foreign government, the U.S. 
Government, a State or local government, or any corporation, financial 
institution, or other entity or instrumentality thereof, including a 
government-sponsored agency). This definition treats an associated 
group as if it were a single person. An associated group consists of two 
or more persons who, by the appearance of their actions, by agreement, 
or by an understanding, exercise their voting privileges in a concerted 
manner to influence the management of a business enterprise. The fol- 
lowing are deemed to be an associated group: (1) members of the same 
family, (2) a business enterprise and one or more of its officers or di- 
rectors, (3) members of a syndicate or joint venture, or (4) a corpora- 
tion and its domestic subsidiaries. Even if each member of such an as- 
sociated group owns less than 10 percent of a business enterprise, as 
long as all members combined own at least 10 percent, direct invest- 
ment is considered to exist. The members of the group are considered 
to influence or control management in a manner comparable to that of a 
single person with the same ownership interest. 

Because direct investment is defined from a single-owner viewpoint, 
investment by a foreign person of less than 10 percent in a U.S. busi- 
ness enterprise is not considered direct investment, even if another for- 
eign person had an interest of at least 10 percent. Thus, if one foreign 
person owns 11 percent and another owns 9 percent, the 1 1-percent in- 
terest is included, but the 9-percent interest is excluded. The person 
with the less-than- 10-percent interest, by itself, is not considered to 
have sufficient control to influence management. 

A foreign person's direct investment ownership in a U.S. business 
enterprise may be held directly or indirectly or both. It is directly held 
if the foreign person itself holds the ownership interest in the U.S. 
business enterprise. It is indirectly held if the foreign person holds an 
ownership interest in another U.S. business enterprise that, in turn, di- 
rectly or indirectly owns the given U.S. business enterprise. There may 
be any number of intervening tiers of ownership between a direct inves- 
tor and an indirectly owned enterprise. A foreign person's percentage 
of indirect voting ownership in a given U.S. business enterprise is 
equal to the direct voting ownership percentage of the foreign person in 
the first U.S. business enterprise in the ownership chain, times the first 
enterprise's direct voting ownership percentage in the second U.S. 
business enterprise in the ownership chain, times the direct voting own- 
ership percentage of each succeeding U.S. business enterprise in the 
ownership chain between the foreign person and the given U.S. busi- 
ness enterprise. If more than one ownership chain exists, the percent- 
ages of direct and indirect ownership in all chains are summed to deter- 
mine the foreign person's direct investment ownership percentage. 

Determination of place of residence. — The "United States" means 
the 50 States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto 



Rico, and all U.S. territories and possessions. 1 "Foreign" means that 
which is situated outside the United States, or which belongs to or is 
characteristic of a country other than the United States. A U.S. person 
is any person resident in, or subject to the jurisdiction of, the United 
States, and a foreign person is any person resident outside the United 
States or subject to the jurisdiction of a country other than the United 
States. Thus, in determining whether a direct investor or the business 
enterprise owned by a direct investor is US. or foreign, country of res- 
idence, not country of citizenship, is used. 

A person is considered a resident of, or subject to the jurisdiction of, 
the country in which it is physically located, as long as it resides or ex- 
pects to reside in that country for 1 year or more. Under this rule, indi- 
viduals who reside or expect to reside outside their country of citizen- 
ship for less than 1 year are considered residents of their country of 
citizenship, whereas individuals who reside or expect to reside outside 
their country of citizenship for 1 year or more are, with two exceptions, 
considered residents of the country in which they are residing. One ex- 
ception is an owner or employee of a business enterprise who is 
residing outside the enterprise's country of location in order to further 
its business, where the enterprise's country is the same as the country 
of citizenship of the owner or employee. In this case, the owner or em- 
ployee is considered a resident of the country of citizenship, even if he 
or she is outside that country for 1 year or more, as long as he or she 
intends to return in a reasonable period of time. The other exception is 
that individuals and members of their immediate families who reside 
outside their country of citizenship as a result of employment by the 
government of that country — such as diplomats, consular officials, and 
members of the armed forces — are considered residents of their country 
of citizenship regardless of their length of stay elsewhere. 

U.S. affiliate. — A U.S. affiliate is a U.S. business enterprise in 
which there is foreign investment — that is, in which a single foreign 
person owns or controls directly or indirectly 10 percent or more of the 
voting securities if an incorporated business enterprise or an equivalent 
interest if an unincorporated business enterprise. The affiliate is called 
a U.S. affiliate to denote that it is located in the United States (al- 
though it is owned by a foreign person). 

A business enterprise is any organization, association, branch, or 
venture, and the ownership of any real estate, that exists for 
profitmaking purposes or to otherwise secure economic advantage. A 
business enterprise, and therefore an affiliate, may be either incorpo- 
rated or unincorporated. Unincorporated enterprises include, for exam- 
ple, branches, partnerships, and proprietorships. 

A branch consists of operations or activities in one location that a 
person in a second location conducts in its own name rather than 
through a separately incorporated entity in the first location. For exam- 
ple, if a person in country X carries out operations in country Y in its 
own name, rather than by incorporating the operations in country Y, 
the country Y operations are considered a branch. By definition, a 
branch is wholly owned. A branch located in the United States, but 
owned by a foreign person, is a U.S. affiliate. In some cases, an affili- 
ate is formally organized as a branch, such as a U.S. sales office of a 
foreign manufacturing company or a U.S. branch of a foreign bank. In 
other cases, the branch may merely represent fixed or movable 
assets — such as a warehouse, an oil drilling rig, a pipeline, construc- 
tion equipment, or other assets — held in the United States by a foreign 
person to conduct its business here. Also, if a foreign parent is incorpo- 
rated abroad, but carries on substantially all of its operations in the 
United States, its U.S. operations are treated as a branch (and, there- 
fore, as a U.S. affiliate) even though the foreign parent corporation it- 



1. The Panama Canal Zone was considered to be "foreign" in the 1980 benchmark 
survey. In the 1974 benchmark survey and in BEA's other surveys through the third 
quarter of 1979, it was treated as a US territory. US. offshore oil and gas sites are 
considered to be in the United States. 



self may consider the operations to be an integral part of, and would 
normally consolidate them with, its own operations and accounts. 

Ownership of real estate for profitmaking purposes is defined to be a 
business enterprise, but ownership of real estate exclusively for person- 
al use is not. The latter is exempt from being reported in BEA direct in- 
vestment surveys and is excluded from the data in this publication. A 
residence that is leased to others by an owner who intends to reocuppy 
it is considered real estate held for personal use. 

U.S. stations, ticket offices, and terminal port facilities of a foreign 
airline or ship operator that provide services only to the airline's or ship 
operator's own operations are not considered U.S. affiliates and are ex- 
cluded from foreign direct investment in the United States. The reason 
is that most of the revenues — such as passenger fares and freight 
charges — collected by these facilities are generated by the travel and 
transportation services rendered by the airline or ship operator of which 
they are a part, not by the activities of these facilities per se. However, 
if the U.S. stations, ticket offices, or terminal port facilities provide 
services primarily to unaffiliated persons rather than to the foreign 
airline or ship operator that owns them, they are considered U.S. affili- 
ates and are included in direct investment. 

Each U.S. affiliate was required to report on a fully consolidated do- 
mestic (U.S.) basis, including in the full consolidation all its foreign 
parent's (defined below) other U.S. affiliates in which it directly or in- 
directly owned more than 50 percent of the outstanding voting interest. 
All other U.S. business enterprises and all foreign business enterprises 
owned by the U.S. affiliate were excluded from the full consolidation. 
A given U.S. affiliate may have been excluded from the full consolida- 
tion only if it would not normally have been fully consolidated due to 
unrelated operations or lack of effective control; such an affiliate filed a 
separate BE- 12 report. 

In contrast, in the 1974 benchmark survey, a separate report was re- 
quired for each U.S. business enterprise in which the foreign parent 
had direct investment. Because of the difference in consolidation rules, 
data from the two surveys are not comparable. One difference is that 
interaffiliate positions and transactions that were eliminated in consoli- 
dation in the 1980 survey were not eliminated in the 1974 survey. In 
addition, a given U.S. business enterprise may have been classified in 
one industry in the 1980 survey and in a different industry in the 1974 
survey (see discussion in the industry classification section). Consoli- 
dation in BEA's other surveys of foreign direct investment in the 
United States since 1974 — that is, in BEA's quarterly survey of bal- 
ance of payments data, annual sample survey of financial and operating 
data, and survey of U.S. business enterprises newly acquired or estab- 
lished by foreign direct investors — is the same as that in the 1980 
benchmark survey. 

Foreign parent. — A foreign parent is the first person outside the 
United States in a U.S. affiliate's ownership chain that has a direct in- 
vestment interest in the affiliate. It should be noted that, by this defini- 
tion, the foreign parent consists only of the first person outside the 
United States in the affiliate's ownership chain; all other affiliated for- 
eign persons are excluded. 

Ultimate beneficial owner. — An ultimate beneficial owner (UBO) is 
that person, proceeding up a U.S. affiliate's ownership chain beginning 
with and including the foreign parent, that is not owned more than 50 
percent by another person. The UBO consists of only the ultimate own- 
er; other affiliated persons are excluded. If the foreign parent is not 
owned more than 50 percent by another person, the foreign parent and 
the UBO are the same. However, a UBO, unlike a foreign parent, may 
be a U.S. person. 

Both the foreign parent and the UBO are "persons" in the broad 
sense defined earlier. Thus, they may be business enterprises; reli- 
gious, charitable, or other nonprofit organizations; individuals; govern- 
ments; estates or trusts; associated groups; etc. In the case of a foreign 
estate, the estate itself, not its beneficiary, is considered the foreign 



parent or UBO. For a foreign trust, however, either the beneficiary or 
the creator of the trust may be considered the foreign parent or UBO for 
any investments of the trust, depending on the circumstances. The crea- 
tor is considered the foreign parent or UBO if there is a reversionary 
interest — that is, if the interest in the trust may be returned to the crea- 
tor later — or if the creator is a corporation or other organization that 
designates its own shareholders or members as beneficiaries. In all 
other cases, the beneficiary is considered the foreign parent or UBO. 

Foreign parent group. — A foreign parent group consists of (1) the 
foreign parent, (2) any foreign person, proceeding up the foreign par- 
ent's ownership chain, that owns more than 50 percent of the person 
below it, up to and including the UBO, and (3) any foreign person, pro- 
ceeding down the ownership chain(s) of each of these members, that is 
owned more than 50 percent by the person above it. 2 

The three concepts — foreign parent, UBO, and foreign parent 
group — are necessary to identify the direct investors in U.S. affiliates. 
The foreign parent of a U.S. affiliate must be identified to establish that 
foreign direct investment does in fact exist, because, as noted earlier, 
the criterion for determining the existence of direct investment is based 
on ownership of the first person in the foreign ownership chain, that is. 
the foreign parent. The UBO of each U.S. affiliate is identified to as- 
certain the person that ultimately owns or controls and. therefore, ulti- 
mately derives the benefits from owning or controlling the U.S. affili- 
ate. 3 Members of the foreign parent group are identified in order to 
distinguish foreign persons that are affiliated with U.S. affiliates from 
those that are not. This distinction is necessary because in the service 
and capital accounts of the U.S. balance of payments, transactions of 
U.S. affiliates with all affiliated foreigners, not only those with foreign 
parents, are shown separately. The distinction is also necessary because 
direct positions in U.S. affiliates held by all members of the foreign 
parent group, not only by foreign parents, are included in the foreign 
direct investment position in the United States. 

Accounting principles 

In most cases, data in the 1980 benchmark survey were required to 
be reported as they would have been for stockholders' reports, rather 
than for tax or other purposes. Thus, U.S. generally accepted account- 
ing principles (GAAP) were followed unless otherwise indicated by the 
survey instructions. Instructions to the form departed from GAAP 
where the departure would result in data that were conceptually or ana- 
lytically more useful or apropriate for direct investment purposes. 



Fiscal-year reporting 

Data for U.S. affiliates were required to be filed on a fiscal-year ba- 
sis. An affiliate's 1980 fiscal year was defined to be the affiliate's fi- 
nancial reporting year that ended in calendar year 1980. 

The 1980 benchmark survey is the first BEA survey to collect data 
on a fiscal-year basis. In the past, BEA's annual direct investment data 
have generally been based either on reports filed on a calendar-year ba- 
sis or, in the case of annual direct investment position and balance of 
payments data, based on data from quarterly surveys that have been ag- 
gregated to annual totals by summing each U.S. affiliate's four quarter- 
ly reports that correspond to a calendar year. Reporting was changed to 
a fiscal-year basis in the 1980 benchmark survey to reduce U.S. affili- 
ates' reporting burden. 



2. On the BE-12 form and in the Instruction Booklet and previous BEA articles on 
foreign direct investment in the United States, the "foreign parent group" has been re- 
ferred to variously as the "affiliated foreign group." "foreign parent(s) and foreign af- 
filiates of foreign parents," "affiliated foreign persons." or simply as the "foreign 
parent. " 

3. UBO's that were individuals were not required to be identified by name: only their 
country of location was required 



Because data from the benchmark survey are on a fiscal-year basis, 
they are not comparable with other BEA data that are on a calendar- 
year basis. The extent of noncomparability depends, in part, on the 
number and size of U.S. affiliates whose fiscal years do not correspond 
to the calendar year. Table 3 shows the number of affiliates and se- 
lected data items classified by the affiliates' fiscal-year ending dates. 
Table 4 shows the number of affiliates and total assets further disaggre- 
gated by industry of affiliate, crossclassified by the affiliates' fiscal- 
year ending dates. 

A significant number of affiliates have fiscal-year ending dates that 
do not correspond to a calendar year, and these affiliates accounted for 
a substantial portion of the data reported in the benchmark survey. Fur- 
thermore, many of these affiliates had fiscal years that ended in the first 
or second quarters of 1980; reported data for such affiliates are particu- 
larly likely to differ from data on a calendar-year basis. However, ta- 
bles 3 and 4 do not indicate the extent to which the benchmark survey 
data differ from data that would have been reported if all affiliates were 



on a calendar-year basis. The extent of such noncomparability is 
unknown. 

For financial and operating data, fiscal-year reporting affects compa- 
rability with past, but not future, BEA. data, because future BEA sur- 
veys that collect such data will also generally be on a fiscal-year basis. 
For direct investment position and balance of payments data, compara- 
bility of the benchmark survey data with both past and future estimates 
of these items in the U.S. balance of payments accounts and in the an- 
nual series on the direct investment position is affected, because the 
latter have been, and will continue to be, on a calendar-year basis 
Thus, the 1980 benchmark survey data cannot be entered directly into 
the U.S. balance of payments accounts or used to compute the 1980 es- 
timates for the annual series on the direct investment position. Rather, 
the data must first be adjusted to a calendar-year basis. The adjusted 
data will be published in the June and August 1984 issues of the Sur- 
vey of Current Business. The unadjusted fiscal-year data are pre- 
sented in this publication so that they will be comparable to the fiscal- 
year financial and operating data from the benchmark survey. 



Table 3.— Selected Data of U.S. Affiliates, by Fiscal Year Ending Date 



lota) 



Fiscal year ending date 



January I 

to 
March 31 



April I 

to 
June 30 



July I 

to 

September 30 



October 1 

to 

December 31 



Addendum 
December 3 1 



Number of affiliates . 

Total assets 

Sales 1 

Net income 

Employee compensation 

Number of employees 

Acres of land owned 2 

Foreign direct investment position in the United States 
Direct investment income 



Millions of dollars 

do 

do 

do 



Thousands 

Millions of dollars 
do 



7.676 

521.972 

436,155 

9.918 

41,522 

M 12.123 

9.552 

79.950 

7,232 



692 

57,356 

83,520 

303 

4.182 

241,448 

241 

3.766 

220 



650 

9,854 

17,768 

149 

1.694 

91.756 

457 

2.671 

57 



689 

49,542 

34,433 

560 

3,680 

195,391 

422 

6.558 

508 



5,645 

405.221 

300,434 

8,906 

31,966 

1.583,528 

8,433 

66.955 

6.447 



5.132 

364.570 

276.386 

8,680 

28.475 

1.371.579 

8,185 

60,637 

6,204 



1. For banks, equals total income 

2- Excludes banks because they did not report acres of land owned 



Table 4. — Number and Total Assets of U.S. Affiliates, 
Industry of Affiliate, by Fiscal Year Ending Date 



Total 



Fiscal year ending date 



lanuary 1 



March 3 1 



Apnl I 



June 30 



July I 

to 

September 30 



October I 

to 

December 31 



Number of affiliates 



Addendum 
December 3 I 



All industries 



Mining 

Petroleum 

Manufacturing 

Wholesale trade 

Retail trade 

Banking 

Finance, except banking 

Insurance 

Real estate 

Other industries 



All industries 



Mining 

Petroleum 

Manufacturing 

Wholesale trade 

Retail trade 

Banking 

Finance, except banking 

Insurance 

Real estate 

Other industries 



7,676 

69 

235 

1,232 

1.383 

17(1 

366 

.Ml 

125 
2.734 
1.129 



521.972 

6,813 

44.060 
81.684 
50,068 
9,685 
229.939 
32,291 
36.240 
19.872 
11,320 



692 

2 

19 

124 

236 

38 

28 

30 

1 

132 

82 



650 

2 

I I 

134 

137 

26 

6 

is 



224 

92 



6K9 

I 

16 

121 

160 

20 

35 

in 

I 

188 

1 17 



Total assets (millions of dollars) 



57,356 

( D ) 

377 

4.159 

14,159 

2.789 

32.026 

816 

( D ) 

2,043 

918 



9,854 

( D ) 

82 

3,573 

2.835 

198 

312 

218 



2,042 

("I 



49,542 

( D ) 

551 

10.070 

3,973 

650 

28.386 

4.094 

< D > 

932 

( D ) 



5,645 

64 

189 
853 
850 
86 
297 
155 
123 
2,190 
838 



405.221 

6,661 
43,050 

63 xk: 

29,102 

6.048 

169,215 

27,163 

36. 1 68 

14.855 

9.077 



5,132 

62 
177 
757 
769 
64 
255 
137 
122 
2,016 
773 



364,570 

6,631 
42.508 
55.342 
26.945 

4,594 

151.296 

21,027 

36,065 

12,100 

8.062 



Suppressed to avoid disclosure of data of individual companies 



Confidentiality 

Under the International Investment Survey Act of 1976. the direct in- 
vestment data collected by BEA from individual respondents are confi- 
dential; thus, they cannot be published "in such a manner that the per- 
son to whom the information relates can be specifically identified." 
Access to the data is limited to officials and employees (including 
consultants and contractors and their employees) of the Government 
agencies that are specifically designated by the President to perform 
functions under the act. The act further specifies that the information 
collected under it must be used for statistical and analytical purposes 
only. For example, use of an individual person's data for regulatory 
purposes is prohibited. 

For this publication, data in each cell in a table were tested to deter- 
mine whether they should be suppressed (that is, not shown) for 
confidentiality reasons. A "(D)" entered in a data cell indicates that 
the cell was suppressed to avoid disclosure of data of an individual 
company. 

Classification procedures 

Industry classification. — Data from the benchmark survey can be 
classified by industry of affiliate, by industry of UBO, and by industry 
of foreign parent. Procedures used to classify the data on each of these 
bases are discussed below. 

Each U.S. affiliate was classified by industry using a three-stage pro- 
cedure based on sales (total income for holding companies): 

(1) A given U.S. affiliate was classified in the major industry group 
that accounted for the largest percentage of its sales. The major indus- 
try groups used for this purpose were (a) agriculture, forestry and fish- 
ing, (b) mining, (c) petroleum, (d) construction, (e) manufacturing, (0 
transportation, communication, and public utilities, (g) wholesale 
trade, (h) retail trade, (i) finance, insurance, and real estate, and (j) 
services. 

(2) Within the major industry group, the U.S. affiliate was then clas- 
sified in the two-digit industry in which its sales were largest. A two- 
digit industry was defined for this purpose to consist of all three-digit 
subindustries that have the same digits in the first two places of their 
three-digit code (the only exception to this rule was that codes 649 and 
650 were treated as being in the same single two-digit industry). 

(3) Within its two-digit industry, the U.S. affiliate was then classi- 
fied in the three-digit subindustry in which its sales were largest. If, at 
any of these three stages, two or more categories accounted for the 
same percentage of sales, classification was based on subjective 
judgment. 

This procedure ensured that the U.S. affiliate was not assigned to a 
three-digit subindustry that was outside its major industry even if its 
sales in that subsindustry exceeded its sales in the largest three-digit 
subindustry within its major industry. It also ensured that the U.S. af- 
filiate was not assigned to a three-digit subindustry that was outside its 
two-digit industry, even if its sales in that subindustry exceeded its 
sales in the largest subindustry within its two-digit industry. For exam- 
ple, suppose an affiliate's sales were distributed as follows: 



Industry code 

351 
352 
353 

367 
508 




55 



where industry codes 351, 352, 353, and 367 are in manufacturing and 
code 508 is in wholesale trade. Since 55 percent of the affiliate's sales 
were in manufacturing and only 45 percent were in wholesale trade, the 



affiliate's major industry is manufacturing. Since 30 percent of its sales 
within manufacturing are in two-digit group 35 (nonelectrical 
machinery) — that is, the sum of the percentages in 351, 352, and 353 is 
30 percent — and 25 percent are in two-digit industry 36 (electrical ma- 
chinery), the affiliate's two-digit industry is 35. Finally, since, its sales 
within industry 35 were largest in subindustry 353, the affiliate's three- 
digit subindustry is 353. Thus, because of the three-stage classification 
procedure, the affiliate was assigned to subindustry 353 even though its 
sales in that subindustry were smaller than its sales in either 
subindustries 508 or 367. 

The industry classifications used by BEA for direct investment pur- 
poses are adapted from, but not identical to, those in the Enterprise 
Standard Industrial Classification Manual, 1974 (ESIC manual). (The 
ESIC manual, in turn, is related to the Standard Industrial Classifica- 
tion Manual, 1972 (SIC manual). The ESIC manual is designed for 
classifying an enterprise as a whole, whereas the SIC manual is de- 
signed for classifying individual establishments within an enterprise. 
The 1980 benchmark survey collected data at the enterprise, not the es- 
tablishment, level.) A list and description of the codes used are found 
in the Direct Investment Industry and Foreign Trade Classifications 
Booklet, which is reprinted in the appendix. 

Note that, to conform to the ESIC system, petroleum is not listed as 
a major industry group in the booklet. Rather, the three-digit 
subindustries within petroleum are spread among the other major 
industries — crude petroleum extraction is in mining, petroleum refining 
is in manufacturing, gasoline service stations are in retail trade, and so 
on. For direct investment classification and publication purposes, how- 
ever, these various petroleum subindustries are pulled together and pe- 
troleum is considered a separate major industry group. 

Table 5 presents selected data for U.S. affiliates classified by indus- 
try; each three-digit subindustry is shown separately, and is grouped by 
the major industry to which it belongs. Due primarily to confidentiality 
requirements, many of the three-digit industries are not shown sepa- 
rately in the other tables in this publication. However, the individual 
industries included in an industry group shown in the other tables may 
be ascertained, and their relative sizes assessed, by referring to table 5. 

Although each U.S. affiliate was classified in a single industry based 
on its major activity, a given affiliate may have had activities in more 
than one industry. As a result, the distribution of data by industry of af- 
filiate may differ from the distribution that would result if each of the 
activities of an affiliate were separately classified by industry. Such a 
breakdown was obtained in the benchmark survey for two key 
items — sales and, for the first time, employment. Primarily for pur- 
poses of assigning an industry code to it. each U.S. affiliate was re- 
quired to distribute its sales among the three-digit industries. It also 
was required to distribute its employment among these same indus- 
tries. 4 By summing these data across affiliates, sales and employment 
disaggregated by industry of sales can be derived. In table 6. U.S. af- 
filiates' sales and employment by industry of sales are compared with 
sales and employment by industry of affiliate. (Sales and employment 
by industry of sales crossclassified by industry of affiliate are shown in 
tables E-8 and F-19.) The distribution of affiliate data by industry of 
sales roughly approximates the distribution that would result if the data 
were reported and classified at the establishment, rather than at the en- 
terprise, level. 

The industry classification of a given U.S. affiliate in the 1980 
benchmark survey may differ from that in past BEA surveys, particu- 
larly the 1974 benchmark survey. Although data in both benchmark 
surveys were collected at the enterprise level, differences in classifica- 

4 In fact, each U.S. affiliate was required to distribute its sales and employment 
only among the eight three-digit industries in which its sales were largest. However, 
only a few U.S. affiliates had sales or employment in more than eight three-digit indus- 
tries; these affiliates reported their sales or employment in all other industries as a 
single item and such sales or employment are shown in the "unspecified" line in the ta- 
bles in this publication. 



Table 5.— Selected Data of U.S. Affiliates, by Industry of Affiliate 



All industries 



Mining 

Metai mining 

Iron ores 

Copper, lead, zinc, gold, and silver ores .... 

Bauxite and other aluminum ores 

Other metallic ores and metal mining services 

Coal 

Nonmelallic minerals, except fuels 



Petroleum 

Oil and gas extraction 

Crude petroleum extraction (no refining) and natural gas 

Oil and gas field services 

Petroleum and coal products manufacturing 

Integrated petroleum refining and extraction 

Petroleum refining without extraction 

Petroleum and coal products, nee 

Petroleum wholesale trade 

Other 

Petroleum tanker operations 

Pipelines, petroleum and natural gas 

Petroleum storage for hire 

Gasoline service stations 



Manufacturing 



Food and kindred products 

Gram mill and bakery products 

Grain mill products 

Bakery products 

Beverages 

Other 

Meat products 

Dairy products 

Preserved fruits and vegetables 

Other food and kindred products 



Chemicals and allied products 

Industrial chemicals and synthetics 

Drugs 

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods . 

Agricultural chemicals 

Other 

Paints and allied products 

Chemical products, nee 



Primary and fabricated metals 

Primary metal industries 

Ferrous 

Nonferrous 

Fabricated metal products 

Metal cans and shipping containers 

Cutlery, hand tools, and hardware 

Metal plumbing fixtures and heating equipment, except electric . 

Fabricated structural metal products 

Screw machine products, bolts, etc 

Metal forgings and stampings 

Fabricated metal products, nee. ordnance, and metal services . . 



Machinery 

Machinery, except electrical 

Construction, mining, and materials handling machinery 

Special industry machinery 

Office and computing machines 

Other 

Engines and turbines 

Farm and garden machinery 

Metalworking machinery 

Genera] industrial machinery 

Refrigeration and service industry machinery 

Machinery, except electrical, nee 

Electric and electronic equipment 

Radio, television, and communication equipment 

Electronic components and accessories 

Other 

Household appliances 

Electric lighting and winng equipment 

Electrical machinery, nee 



Other manufacturing 

Textile products and apparel 

Textile mill products 

Apparel and other textile products 

Lumber, wood, furniture, and fixtures 

Lumber and wood products 

Furniture and fixtures 

Paper and allied products 

Pulp, paper, and board mills 

Miscellaneous convened paper products 

Paperboard containers and boxes 

Printing and publishing 



Direct 
investment 

industry 
code 



101 

1(12 
103 
104 

120 
140 



133 
138 



241 

242 
299 
517 



441 
461 
470 
554 



204 
205 
208 



201 
202 
203 

209 



281 
283 
284 
287 



285 
289 



331 
335 



341 

342 
343 
344 
34 5 
346 
344 



353 
355 
357 



351 
352 
354 
356 
.358 
359 



366 
367 



363 
364 
364 



220 
230 



240 
250 



262 

264 

265 
270 



Number 

of 
affiliates 



Millions of dollars 



(1) 



7,676 

69 

26 
3 

I I 
(I 
12 
30 
13 

235 

159 

12.3 

36 

15 

6 

6 

3 

38 

23 

3 

9 


1,232 

117 

15 

5 

10 
27 
75 
II 
8 
5 
51 

144 
53 
27 
26 
1.3 
25 
4 
21 



75 

39 

36 

113 

1 

II 

3 

25 

6 
16 

51 

316 

214 

29 

55 

23 

112 

10 

4 

36 

34 

8 

15 

47 
18 
42 
37 
2 
5 

30 

467 
65 
41 
24 
3X 
21 
17 
30 
14 
10 
6 
52 



Total 
assets 



(2) 



521,972 

6,813 

1,466 

916 

4 13 



137 

3,205 

2.143 

44,060 

2,712 

1,589 

1,124 

33,273 

< D > 

( D ) 

( D ) 

6.007 

2.067 

(") 

885 

<"> 



81,684 

8,203 
873 

296 

577 

3.564 

3.767 

632 

172 

74 

2.888 

26.086 
14,544 
2.500 
2.878 
4,845 
1.320 
31 
1,290 

10,277 

7,595 

2,257 

5.337 

2.682 

1 

83 

( D ) 

1.120 

( D ) 

124 

1.292 

17,427 

7.645 

1,863 

1.238 

1.201 

3,342 

236 

O 

856 

658 

50 

( D ) 

9,782 
2,512 
4,456 
2,815 
( D ) 
( D ) 
2.352 

19.690 

1.078 

637 

441 

535 

363 

172 

3.416 

2.711 

439 

266 

2,064 



Sales 



(3) 



436,155 

3,388 

893 

587 

214 



88 

1,622 

872 

56,020 

1,242 

356 

886 

36,108 

35.585 

491 

32 

17,827 

843 

(") 

322 

(") 



97,990 

11.956 

1,724 

( D ) 

( D ) 

2,674 

7,558 

2,158 

472 

122 

4,806 

28,152 
14,489 
2.466 
4.007 
5,736 
1,453 
48 
1,405 

12,911 

10.113 

2.786 

7,327 

2,798 

1 

102 

( D ) 

1,294 

( D ) 

194 

1,143 

20,917 

8,941 

2.117 

1,642 

1.479 

3,703 

273 

( D ) 

1,005 

885 

77 

< D > 

11,977 

2,320 

6,005 

3,651 

( D ) 

30 

("i 

24,053 

1,563 

949 

614 

696 

455 

242 

3.746 

2.862 

394 

489 

2.720 



Net 
income 



(4l 



9,918 

392 

2 

44 
25 

-22 
( D ) 
( D ) 

4,369 

( D ) 
( D ) 

134 
( D ) 
( D ) 
13 
(*i 

18 1 

( D ) 
( D ) 

50 
14 


1.053 

216 
11 

2 

10 

177 

28 

26 

3 

I 

-2 

!OS 

-85 
-109 

109 

358 
31 

-2 
32 

349 

251 

9 

24 2 

98 

C) 

1 

2 

IS 

-1 

4 

82 

158 

-58 

-51 

11 

35 

-53 

16 

( D ) 

5 

27 

2 

( D ) 

216 

-125 

356 

-15 

( D ) 

(•) 

( D ) 

25 
8 

5 

13 
9 
6 

3 

157 

151 

5 

1 

109 



Employee 
compensation 



(5) 



41,522 

704 

204 

113 
( D ) 

( D ) 
330 
165 

2,764 

278 

31 

247 

2,221 

2,205 

II 

6 

165 

99 

C) 

30 

( D ) 



22,798 

1,952 

406 

69 

337 

383 

1,163 
396 

46 

26 

646 

6.010 
2.900 
737 
768 
( D ) 
( D ) 
9 



2.607 

1.869 

656 

1,213 

738 

(*) 

27 

( D ) 

272 

( D ) 

50 

372 

5,931 

2,658 

679 

579 

484 

917 

75 

( D ) 

270 

257 

( D ) 

85 

3,273 

519 

1,842 

913 

( D ) 

7 

( D ) 

6.298 
395 
252 
143 
129 

XX 

40 
836 

610 
91 
136 

777 



Number 

of 

employees 



(6) 



2,112,123 

25,247 
7.823 
3.424 
3.273 

1.126 

10,923 
6,501 

101,050 

15,092 

1.584 

13.508 

77.496 

76.740 

460 

296 

5,974 

2,488 

<") 

925 

( D ) 



1,102,804 

120.354 

24.217 

3,993 

20,224 

19,616 

76.521 

29.415 

2.547 

1,451 

43,108 

283,40 

121,009 

33,056 

31,762 

( D ) 

( 

374 
( D ) 

112.883 

75.308 

22.562 

52,746 

37,575 

<") 

1.709 

( D ) 

14.510 

495 

2.278 

18,062 

288,459 

115.952 

32.064 

22.640 

20.883 

40,365 

3,297 

( D l 

11,371 

11,760 

( D ) 

4,134 

172,507 

31,855 

91.311 

49.341 

( D ) 

454 

( D ) 

297.707 

29,354 

18,121 

11,233 

8.889 

5.360 

3.529 

36.879 

25.965 

4.760 

6,154 

39,417 



Thousands of 

acres of 
land owned 



(7) 



9,552 

595 
97 
( D ) 
( D ) 

4 
( D ) 
( D ) 

584 

( D ) 

( D ) 

3 

( D ) 

C) 

1 

(*) 

2 

x 

(*) 

6 

2 

ii 

3,499 

74 
4 
2 
2 

26 

44 
4 
I 
1 

39 

308 

IDS 
10 

4 
( D ) 
( D ) 
(*) 
( D ) 

44 

38 

7 

31 

6 

(») 

(*) 

(*) 

4 

(*) 

(*) 

2 

48 
32 



(*) 
21 
(*) 
( D ) 
("i 
( D ) 
(*) 
(*) 
17 
1 
( D ) 
( D ) 
( D ) 
C) 
6 

3.024 

5 

4 

I 

( D ) 

< D > 

(*) 

2.803 

( D ) 

1 

( D ) 

I 



Millions of dollars 



Foreign 

direct 

investment 

position in the 

United States 



(8) 



79,950 

1,316 

211 
3 

133 



75 

472 

633 

12,224 

1,433 

885 

548 

9,404 

9,367 

( D i 

( u ) 

1.061 

327 

( D ) 

( D ) 

98 



30,966 

3,616 
395 

< D > 

( D ) 

1.835 

1,386 

209 

66 

30 

1.080 

10.171 

5.999 

1.533 

1.425 

746 

467 

8 

460 

3,324 

2,372 

566 

1.806 

953 

1 

!4 

5 

257 

II 

51 

S4S 

7,089 

2.930 

819 

484 

414 

1,213 

75 

( D ) 

336 

300 

24 

<") 

4.158 

1,219 

1 .459 

1.480 

( D ) 

in 

( D ) 

6.766 
385 
268 

I IX 

220 
139 

81 

1.001 

767 

146 

88 
972 



Direct 

investment 

income 



(9) 



7,232 

95 

-40 


IX 



-22 

16 

119 

2,844 

125 

7 

I IX 

( D ) 

(°) 

-1 

(*) 

( D ) 

( D ) 

( D ) 

( D ) 

15 



1,225 

255 

30 

3 

27 

162 

63 

29 

4 

1 

29 

185 
36 

-90 
( D ) 

1 <s 

( D ) 

1 

( D ) 

254 

1X4 

-4 
193 
64 

(*) 
I 
I 

2 
I 

5 
61 

246 

1 

-20 

25 

1^ 

19 

4 

( D ) 

20 

27 

2 

( D ) 

245 

65 

!18 

-8 

( D ) 

(«) 

( D ) 

286 

9 

-5 

14 

13 

9 

4 

139 

133 

5 

1 

98 



Table 5.— Selected Data of U.S. Affiliates, by Industry of Affiliate— Continued 



Direct 

investment 

industry 

code 



Number 

of 
affiliates 



(I) 



Millions of dollars 



Total 

assets 



(2) 



Sales 



(3) 



Net 
income 



(4) 



Employee 
compensation 



(5) 



Number 

of 

employees 



(6) 



Thousands of 

acres of 

land owned 



Foreign direct 

investment 
position in the 
United States 



(7) 



Millions of dollars 



(8) 



Direct 
investment 

income 



Rubber and plastics products 

Rubber products 

Miscellaneous plastics products 

Stone, clay and glass products 

Glass products 

Stone, clay, concrete, gypsum, and other nonmetallic mineral prod- 
ucts 

Transportation equipment 

Motor vehicles and equipment 

Other transportation equipment, nee 

Instruments and related products 

Scientific and measuring instruments 

Optical and ophthalmic goods 

Medical instruments and supplies 

Photographic equipment and supplies 

Watches, clocks, and watchcases 

Other 

Tobacco manufactures 

Leather and leather products 

Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 



Wholesale trade 

Motor vehicles and equipment 

Metals and minerals, except petroleum 

Other durable goods 

Lumber and construction materials 

Farm and garden machinery, equipment, and supplies 

Electrical goods 

Hardware, plumbing, and heating equipment and supplies 

Machinery, equipment, and supplies, nee 

Durable goods, nee 

Farm product raw materials 

Other nondurable goods 

Paper and paper products 

Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries 

Apparel . piece goods, and notions 

Groceries and related products 

Nondurable goods, nee 



Retail trade 

Food stores and eating and drinking places 
Retail trade, nee 



Banking 



Finance, except banking 

Finance, except banking and holding companies 
Holding companies 



Insurance 



Real estate 

Lessors of agricultural and forestry real estate 
Real estate, nee 



Other industries 

Agriculture 

Agricultural production — crops 

Agricultural production — livestock, except beef cattle feedlots 

Agricultural production — beef cattle feedlots 

Agricultural services 

Forestry and fishing 

Forestry 

Fishing, hunting, and trapping 

Construction 

Transportation 

Railroads 

Water transportation 

Transportation by air 

Pipelines, except petroleum and natural gas 

Transportation and related services, nee 

Communication and public utilities 

Communication 

Electric, gas. and sanitary services 

Services 

Hotels and other lodging places 

Business services 

Advertising 

Business services, nee 

Motion pictures, including television tape and film 

Engineering, architectural, and surveying services 

Other services 

Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping services 

Services, nee, provided on a commercial basis 



305 

307 



321 
329 



371 

174 



381 
383 
384 
386 
387 



210 
310 
340 



SOI 

SOS 



503 

504 
506 
507 
508 

509 
515 



511 

512 
513 
514 
519 



540 
590 



600 



610 

671 



630 



644 
650 



1)10 
02(1 
1121 
070 



080 
090 

15(1 



4(11 
449 
450 

4h2 

478 



480 

44(1 



70(1 



731 
732 
780 
891 



841 
84X 



62 
13 
44 
58 

II 

47 

33 

17 

16 

69 

32 

10 

15 

6 

6 

60 

I 

3 
56 

1,383 

81 

135 

728 

43 

19 

146 

24 

349 

147 

63 

376 

22 

22 

85 

110 

137 

170 

48 
122 

233 

lh6 

67 

125 

2,734 

551 

2.183 

1,129 

517 

347 

44 

12 

9 

55 

52 

3 

7(1 

125 

14 

33 

K 
1 

69 

15 

I I 

4 

347 

4(1 

92 

8 

84 

10 
53 

102 


102 



1.309 
568 
741 

4,436 
( D ) 

( D ) 

4,476 

3,265 

1,212 

1.357 

366 

124 

298 

256 

312 

1,019 

( D ) 

( D ) 

942 

50,068 

10,308 

15.081 

13.373 

635 

298 

3.775 

158 

4,797 

3.711 

7,196 

4.111 

281 

327 

541 

1,544 

1,418 

9,685 

4,551 
5,135 

229,939 

32,291 

29.937 
2,354 

36,240 

19,872 

816 

19,056 

11.320 

1.615 

1,114 

317 

( D ) 

( D ) 

101 

95 

7 

2.596 

2.388 

1,148 

430 

35 

2 

774 

248 

( D ) 

( D ) 

4,372 

1.256 

1,571 

52 

1,519 

234 

443 

869 



869 



1.677 

653 

1,024 

4,186 

( D ) 

( D ) 

6,538 

5,201 

1,338 

1.624 

415 

114 

247 

231 

568 

1.304 

5 

(") 

( D ) 

197,573 

33,345 

54.165 

60.543 

1.240 

381 

7,114 

386 

8.156 

43.265 

36.670 

12,850 

1,582 

550 

949 

6,725 

3.045 

23,577 
16.036 
7,541 

'23,450 

4.755 
4,740 

14 

14.511 

3.933 

30 
3,903 

10,959 

670 
399 
( D ) 

o 

11 

26 

( D ) 

< D > 

4,604 

2,162 

700 

582 

103 

2 

776 

142 

( D ) 

( D ) 

3,356 

789 

4«1 

83 

877 
129 

S44 

885 


8XS 



-29 

-11 

-18 

48 

33 

15 
-257 
-271 

14 

-42 
12 

Ci 
-33 

-7 

-14 

22 

(*) 

3 

18 

1,203 

241 

631 

108 

1 

-5 

20 

2 

21 

69 

159 

63 

5 

hi 

-6 

-47 

51 

278 

76 

202 

1.001 

3 74 
234 

145 

1,153 

56 

-12 

6X 

32 

-23 

-2 

-18 

C) 

-3 

5 

4 

1 

-16 

27 

41 

II 

-1 

(*) 

-25 

-17 

-13 

-4 

56 

6 

40 

_2 

42 
-9 

13 
19 

ii 
19 



428 

187 

242 

1,062 

( D ) 

( D ) 

1,871 

1.531 

340 

413 

1114 

34 

98 

59 

137 

368 

(*) 

( D ) 

( D ) 

4.606 

986 

792 

1,763 

90 

24 

444 

26 

781 

347 

519 

545 

23 

h2 

60 

256 

141 

3,751 

2,449 
1,301 

1,475 

844 

841 

3 

1.155 

371 
(•) 
371 

3,055 

136 
76 

28 

( D ) 

( D ) 

I 

1 

1 

943 

763 

375 

142 

8 

CI 

218 

39 

38 

I 

1,172 

234 

18(1 

14 

Ihh 

25 

173 

359 



359 



23,678 
10,083 
13.595 
46.524 
( D ) 

( D ) 

66,029 

49.316 

16.713 

26,099 

7.522 

2.171 

5,178 

2,824 

8,404 

20,838 

( D ) 

( D ) 

17.797 

217,062 

43.058 

29.779 

87.200 

3.977 

1.278 

24,895 

1.811 

35,346 

19.893 

25.443 

31.582 

978 

3.062 

3,275 

16,711 

7,556 

304,380 

203.234 
101.146 

78.191 

24.790 

24.673 
117 

62,302 

19,748 

40 
19.708 

176,549 

9,460 

5,500 

2.167 

( D ) 

(") 

76 

( D ) 

( D ) 

42.944 

35.949 

13.860 

9.954 

( D ) 

( D ) 

11.728 

2,304 

( D ) 

( D ) 

85.816 

24.100 

24.656 

684 

23.972 

1.096 

7.987 

27.977 



27.977 



4 
1 
2 
115 
1 

113 

( D ) 

5 

( D ) 

2 

C, 

(*) 

C) 

1 

Cl 

4 

(*) 

(*) 

4 

365 

8 
50 
( D ) 
( D ) 

1 

1 

(*) 

Id 

6 
( D ) 
25 
(*) 
(*) 
(•) 
(">) 
( D ) 

8 
4 
3 

( 2 ) 

3 

2 
1 

14 

1.885 

1.057 
828 

2.599 

1.248 

600 

( D ) 

("l 

4 

1.201 

( D ) 

( D ) 

19 

108 

100 

1 

(*) 

(*) 

7 

(*) 

(*) 

(*) 

24 

2 

16 

(*) 

15 

(*) 

(*) 

6 



6 



458 
257 
201 
1.924 
256 

1,667 

925 

633 

293 

509 

90 

53 

86 

131 

149 

372 

1 

( D ) 

( D ) 

10,892 
3.151 

1.826 

3.854 
216 
126 

1.051 
48 

1.813 
601 
635 

1.426 
176 
182 
14 
592 
462 

3.381 

1.245 
2.136 

4.554 

1.222 
365 

858 

6.077 

5.976 

441 
5.535 

3.340 

710 

522 

148 

18 

21 

60 

58 

2 

526 

867 

535 

52 

13 

1 

267 

84 

< D > 

< D > 

1.094 

323 

318 

11 

307 

( D ) 

129 

O 





* Less than $500,000 (±) or 500 acres. 

D Suppressed to avoid disclosure of data of individual companies 

1 Equals total income 

2 Banks did not report acres of land owned 



8 



Table 6. — Sales and Employment of U.S. Affiliates, by Industry 
of Affiliate and Industry of Sales 



Sales 
(millions of dollars) 



By industry 
of affiliate 



(I) 



By industry 
of sales 



Number of 
employees 



By industry 
of affiliate 



(3) 



By industry 
of sales 



(4) 



All industries 

Mining 

Metal mining 

Iron ores 

Copper, lead, zinc, gold, and silver ores 

Bauxite and other aluminum ores 

Other metallic ores and mining services 

Coal 

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 

Pelroleum 

Oil and gas extraction 

Crude petroleum extraction (no refining) and natural gas 

Oil and gas field services 

Petroleum and coal products manufacturing 

Integrated petroleum refining and extraction 

Petroleum refining without extraction 

Petroleum and coal products, nee 

Petroleum wholesale trade 

Other 

Petroleum tanker operations 

Pipelines, petroleum and natural gas 

Petroleum storage for hire 

Gasoline service stations 

Manufacturing 

Food and kindred products 

Grain mill and bakery products 

Grain mill products 

Bakery products 

Beverages 

Other 

Meat products 

Dairy products 

Preserved fruits and vegetables 

Other food and kindred products 

Chemicals and allied products 

Industrial chemicals and synthetics 

Drugs 

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods 

Agricultural chemicals 

Other 

Paints and allied products 

Chemical products, nee 

Piimaiy and fabricated metals 

Primary metal industries 

Ferrous 

Nonferrous 

Fabricated metal products 

Metal cans and shipping containers 

Cutlery, hand tools, and hardware 

Metal plumbing fixtures and heating equipment, except electric 

Fabricated structural metal products 

Screw machine products, bolts, etc 

Metal forgings and stampings 

Fabricated metal products, nee, ordnance, and metal services . 

Machinery 

Machinery, except electrical 

Construction, mining, and materials handling machinery 

Special industry machinery 

Office and computing machines 

Other 

Engines and turbines 

Farm and garden machinery 

Metalworking machinery 

General industrial machinery 

Refrigeration and service industry machinery 

Machinery, except electrical, nee 

Electric and electronic equipment 

Radio, television, and communication equipment 

Electronic components and accessories 

Other 

Household appliances 

Electric lighting and wiring equipment 

Electrical machinery, nee 

Other manufacturing 

Textile products and apparel 

Textile mill products 

Apparel and other textile products 

Lumber, wood, furniture, and fixtures 

Lumber and wood products 

Furniture and fixtures 

Paper and allied products 

Pulp, paper, and board mills 

Miscellaneous convened paper products 



434,155 
3,388 

Kyi 

SK7 

219 



88 

1.622 

872 

56,020 

1.242 

356 

886 

36.108 

35,585 

491 

32 

17.827 

843 

( D ) 

322 

("> 

(I 

97,990 

11,956 

1,724 

( D ) 

< D ) 

2,674 

7,558 

2.158 

472 

122 

4,806 

28,152 
14,489 
2,466 
4,007 
5,736 
1.453 
48 
1.405 

12,911 

10.113 

2,786 

7,327 

2,798 

1 

102 

< D > 

1,294 

( D ) 

194 

1,143 

20.917 

8,941 

2.117 

1.642 

1.479 

3.703 

273 

( D ) 

1.005 

885 

77 

( D ) 

1 1 ,977 

2,320 

6,005 

3,651 

( D ) 

30 

( D ) 

24.053 

1.563 

949 

614 

696 

455 

242 

3.746 

2,862 

394 



436,155 

3,790 

i(4'( 

587 

261 

1 

101 

1.840 

1,001 

67,700 

2,752 

1.050 

1,701 

31.437 

( D ) 

620 

( D ) 

31.391 

2.120 

471 

1,431 

( D ) 

<"> 

100.382 

13,604 
2.801 
1.626 
1,175 
2,739 
8,065 
1 .995 
587 
938 
4,545 

24,036 
13,071 
3,433 
2,693 
3,320 
1,520 
142 
1,378 

14,309 

10,266 

2.774 

7,492 

4.043 

153 

143 

39 

1.254 

64 

733 

1 .656 

18.230 

8,676 

1.699 

1,847 

1,299 

3,832 

571 

1,156 

653 

"HS 

200 

267 

9,554 

2,767 

3.599 

3.188 

( D ) 

( D ) 

2,188 

30,202 

1.747 

1,152 

595 

1.237 

875 

362 

3.544 

1.882 

1,081 



2,112,123 

25,247 

7,823 
3,424 
3.273 

1,126 
10,923 
6,501 

101,050 

15.092 

1,584 

13,508 

77,4% 

76.740 

460 

2% 

5.974 

2,488 

( D ) 

925 

< D > 



1,102.804 

120,354 

24,217 

3.993 

20.224 

19,616 

76,521 

29,415 

2,547 

1,451 

43,108 

283.401 

121.009 

33.056 

31.762 

( D ) 

( D ) 

374 

( D ) 

112,883 

75,308 

22,562 

52,746 

37,575 

( D ) 

1,709 

( D ) 

14,510 

495 

2.278 

18.062 

288,459 

115.952 

32.064 

22,640 

20,883 

40.365 

3,297 

( D ) 

11,371 

11.760 

( D ) 

4,134 

172,507 

31.855 

91,311 

49.341 

( D ) 

454 

( D ) 

297,707 

29.354 

18,121 

11.233 

8.889 

5.360 

3,529 

36,879 

25,965 

4,760 



2,112,123 

33,862 

9.373 
3,313 
4,066 
19 
1.975 
16,031 
8.458 

88,588 

24.647 

3,435 

21.212 

57.731 

C) 

( D ) 

( D ) 

2.677 

3.533 

( D ) 

1.841 

739 

( D ) 

1,007,438 

97,646 

30,613 

7.254 

23.359 

14.082 

52.951 

15,801 

3,784 

6.051 

27.315 

159,936 
71,461 
43,007 
17.255 
15,091 
13.122 
769 
12.353 

1 10.879 

62,134 

23.703 

38.431 

48.745 

1,892 

1,883 

589 

13,064 

1,132 

11.550 

18.635 

269.399 

1 1 1 .449 

24.535 

25.032 

17.911 

43.971 

5.471 

8.926 

9.055 

13.881 

2.271 

4.367 

157.950 

36.7% 

71.813 

49.341 

( D ) 

88(1 

( D ) 

369,578 
30.660 
20,259 
10.401 
19.410 
12.962 
6.448 
33.961 
14,603 
1 1 ,903 



Table 6. — Sales and Employment of U.S. Affiliates, by Industry 
of Affiliate and Industry of Sales — Continued 



Sales 
(millions of dollars) 



By industry 
of affiliate 



(I) 



By industry 
of sales 



(2) 



Number of 
employees 



By industry 
of affiliate 



(3) 



By industry 
of sales 



(4) 



Paperboard containers and boxes 

Printing and publishing 

Rubber and plastics products 

Rubber products 

Miscellaneous plastics products 

Stone, clay and glass products 

Glass products 

Stone, clay, concrete, gypsum, and other nonmetallic mineral products 
Transportation equipment 

Motor vehicles and equipment 

Other transportation equipment, nee 

Instruments and related products 

Scientific and measuring instruments 

Optical and ophthalmic goods 

Medical instruments and supplies 

Photographic equipment and supplies 

Watches, clocks, and watchcases 

Other 

Tobacco manufactures 

Leather and leather products 

Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 



Wholesale trade 

Motor vehicles and equipment 

Metals and minerals, except petroleum 

Other durable goods 

Lumber and construction materials 

Farm and garden machinery, equipment, and supplies 

Electrical goods 

Hardware, plumbing, and heating equipment and supplies 

Machinery, equipment, and supplies, nee 

Durable goods, nee 

Farm product raw materials 

Other nondurable goods 

Paper and paper products 

Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries 

Apparel, piece goods, and notions 

Groceries and related products 

Nondurable goods, nee 



Retail trade 

Food stores and eating and drinking places 
Retail trade, nee 



Banking 



Finance, except banking 

Finance, except banking and holding companies 
Holding companies 



Insurance 

Real estate 

Lessors of agricultural and forestry real estate 
Real estate, nee 



Other industries 

Agriculture 

Agricultural production — crops 

Agricultural production — livestock, except beef cattle feedlots 

Agricultural production — beef cattle feedlots 

Agricultural services 

Forestry and fishing 

Forestry 

Fishing, hunting, and trapping 

Construction 

Transportation 

Railroads 

Water transportation 

Transportation by air 

Pipelines, except petroleum and natural gas 

Transportation and related services, nee 

Communication and public utilities 

Communication 

Electric , gas, and sanitary services 

Services 

Hotels and other lodging places 

Business services . 
Advertising 



Business services, nee 

Motion pictures, including television tape and film 
Engineering, architectural, and surveying services 

Other services 

Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping services 
Services, nee. provided on a commercial basis 



Central administrative offices 



Unspecified 5 



489 

2.720 

1,677 

653 

1,024 

4,186 

( D ) 

( D ) 

6.538 

5.201 

1.338 

1.624 

415 

114 

297 

231 

568 

1,304 

5 

<"i 

P) 

197,573 

33.345 

54.165 

60.543 

1.240 

381 

7.114 

386 

8.156 

43,265 

36,670 

12,850 

1,582 

550 

949 

6.725 

3.045 

23,577 
16.036 
7.541 

'23.450 

4,755 

4.740 

14 

14,511 

3,933 

30 
3,903 

10,959 
670 
»99 

( D ) 
< D > 

II 

26 

('•) 

( D ) 

4.604 

2,162 

700 

582 

103 

2 

77h 

142 

( D ) 
( D ) 

3,356 
789 
960 
83 
877 
129 
594 
885 

885 



581 
2,833 
2.638 

945 
1.692 
2.981 

424 
2.557 
8,479 
6,748 
1.731 
3,458 
1.007 

158 
1.463 

280 

550 

3.284 

( D ) 

( D ) 

1.595 

176,045 

26.682 

27.272 

66.439 

2.920 

943 

7.120 

452 

10.261 

44.743 

36,607 

19.046 

1,838 

1,545 

1.958 

7.775 

5.930 

24,746 

16.722 
8.023 

2 23.450 

5.181 

5.151 
30 

14.329 

4,197 

31 
4.165 

12,904 

821 

597 

130 

("i 

( D ) 

105 

( D ) 

< D > 

4.706 

2.469 

701 

583 

122 

2 

1.061 

152 

114 

37 

4.651 

959 

1.073 

117 

957 

14" 

1,400 

1.071 

< D > 

I". 



3.431 



6.154 

39,417 

23,678 

10.083 

13,595 

46,524 

( D ) 

( D ) 

66,029 

49,316 

16.713 

26.099 

7.522 

2.171 

5.178 

2.824 

8.404 

20.838 

P) 

C) 

17.797 

217.062 

43,058 

29.779 

87.200 

3.977 

1.278 

24.895 

1.811 

35.346 

19.893 

25,443 

31,582 

978 

3,062 

3.275 

16.711 

7.556 

3O4.3S0 

203.234 
101.146 

78,191 

24,790 

24,673 
117 

62,302 

19,748 

40 
19,708 

176,549 

9.460 

5.500 

2.167 

( D ) 

P) 

76 

("i 

( D ) 

42.944 

35.949 

13.860 

9.954 

P) 

P) 

11.728 

2.304 

P) 

( D ) 

85.816 

24.100 

24.656 

684 

23.972 

1.096 

7.987 

27.977 



27.977 



7.455 
41.265 
37.125 
14.931 
22.194 
35.422 

6.081 
29.341 
80.629 
58.862 
21.767 
51.186 
15.055 

3.518 
21.527 

3.379 

7.707 
39.920 

P) 
P) 

25.323 

137.934 

24.118 

13.109 

64.209 

2,770 

1.193 

16,209 

1.607 

24.890 

17.540 

6.343 

30.155 

1.475 

2.941 

3.796 

10.018 

11.925 

368.949 

246.574 
122.375 

*78.191 

27.160 

27.115 
45 

60.857 

16.785 

42 
16.743 

200.643 

12.272 

9.148 

2.278 

154 

692 

P) 

276 

P) 

42.182 

P) 

13.825 

P) 

593 

16 

11.679 

2.401 

2.309 

92 

106.622 

31.013 

23.862 

667 

23.195 

1.055 

15.273 

35.419 

P> 

P) 

'71.138 

20.578 



D Suppressed to avoid disclosure of data of individual companies. 

1 Equals total income 

2 Equals total income of affiliates classified in banking including these affiliates' income in industries other 
than banking Total income of these affiliates in all industries is shown in this line to be consistent with employ- 
ment data for banks, which were not reported by industry in the benchmark survey Bank affiliates' total income 
in industries other than banking was negligible 



3 Equals employment of banks in all industries because banks were not required to distribute their employ- 
ment by industry in the benchmark survey 

4 Employees working in central administrative offices or headquarters, and not associated with a particular 
industry of sales, are shown separately in this line rather than being allocated among the various other industries 
of sales 

5 See footnote 4 of text. 



10 



tion exist because the degree of consolidation required on U.S. affili- 
ates' reports in the two surveys differed. In 1980, affiliates had to re- 
port on a fully consolidated basis and each consolidated entity was 
classified by BEA in a single industry. In 1974, however, consolidated 
reporting generally was not permitted. As a result, in some cases, data 
that would have been included on one report and classified in a single 
industry in 1980 were included on more than one report and classified 
in more than one industry in 1974. 

The 1980 benchmark survey was the first BEA survey to use the 
three-stage classification procedure. In past BEA surveys, classifica- 
tion was based on a two-stage procedure. In the two-stage procedure, 
an affiliate was classified in the largest three-digit subindustry within 
its major industry group regardless of whether that subindustry was also 
in the affiliate's largest two-digit industry. Under the three-stage meth- 
od used in 1980, the three-digit industry in which the affiliate was clas- 
sified had to be in the affiliate's largest two-digit industry. The effect 
of the new procedure, however, was small, because it resulted in a 
change in the classification of only a few U.S. affiliates. 

In the benchmark survey, each U.S. affiliate's foreign parent and 
UBO were also classified by industry or activity. The categories for 
foreign parents and UBO's, however, were much less detailed than 
those for affiliates. Each parent or UBO was assigned to one of 17 
broad categories. (See list at the bottom of page 9 of the BE- 12 form, 
which is reprinted in the appendix to this publication.) The parent or 
UBO industry was specified on the BE- 12 form by the affiliate itself. 
No distribution of sales for parents and UBO's was obtained. For affil- 
iates that had more than one foreign parent or UBO, each foreign par- 
ent and UBO was classified separately. 

The industry classification of a foreign parent or UBO depended on 
the definition of these two entities. As indicated earlier, the foreign 
parent consists only of the first foreign person in the affiliate's owner- 



ship chain and the UBO consists only of that person in the foreign own- 
ership chain that is not owned more than 50 percent by another person. 
The foreign parent does not include persons in the foreign ownership 
chain above it and the UBO does not include persons in the chain below 
it. Thus, for a given affiliate, the industry of both its foreign parent and 
its UBO may differ from the industry that would apply to the fully con- 
solidated worldwide, or fully consolidated foreign, activities of the af- 
filiate's owner, or to the consolidated activities of the owner in a single 
country. 

In the benchmark survey, many foreign parents and UBO's were 
holding companies. This was particularly true for foreign parents, be- 
cause investors could often secure tax or other advantages by chan- 
neling their ownership in U.S. affiliates through holding companies lo- 
cated in certain tax-haven countries. Consequently, a large portion of 
the U.S. affiliate data is shown against holding companies when classi- 
fied by industry of foreign parent. Partly for this reason, only a few ta- 
bles showing data by industry of foreign parent are included in this 
publication. The number of UBO's that were holding companies was 
smaller than that of foreign parents because UBO's tended to be operat- 
ing companies in their home countries. 

For data classified by industry of UBO, one minor problem was that 
some affiliates' UBO's could not be identified. In such cases, the in- 
dustry (and country) of the UBO was considered to be the same as the 
industry (and country) of the foreign parent. Table 7 presents selected 
data for U.S. affiliates with UBO's that were unidentified, by the for- 
eign parent industry (and country) to which the data were allocated. 
The amounts involved are small. 

Country classification. — In the benchmark survey, the foreign par- 
ent and UBO of a U.S. affiliate were each classified by country. For af- 
filiates that had more than one foreign parent or UBO, each foreign 
parent and UBO was classified separately. 



Table 7.— Selected Data of U.S. Affiliates Whose UBO's Were Not 
Identified, by Country and Industry of Foreign Parent 



Number 

of 
affiliates 



m 



Millions of dollar?. 



Total 
assets 



(2) 



(3) 



Net 
income 



(4) 



Employee 
compensation 



(5) 



Number 

of 

employees 



(6) 



Thousands 
of acres 
of land 
owned 



(7) 



All countries, all industries 
By country: 



Canada 



Europe 

Germany 

Liechtenstein 
Luxembourg 
Netherlands .... 
United Kingdom 
Switzerland 
Other 



lapan 

Australia. New Zealand, and South Africa 



Latin America 

Bahamas 

Netherlands Antilles 

Panama 

United Kingdom Islands. Caribbean 
Other 



Middle East 

Other Africa. Asia, and Pacific 
By industry: 



Holding companies 
Other 



192 



36 

1 
16 

12 
4 

I 
2 

ii 





154 

1 

117 

20 

15 

1 



184 
8 



1,063 



176 

5 

30 

30 
90 

4 

17 






849 

(*) 
hin 
209 
28 
(•) 



w 



1 ,023 
40 



405 



Kll 
( D ) 

31 
15 

IK 
( D ) 

9 

ii 





322 



65 

255 

2 

i) 

n 



371 









x 

(*) 

-12 

5 

I 
(*) 

ii 

6 



4(1 



:: 
l 

8 

4 

2 

(*) 

6 

ii 



I 'i 

5 

13 

(*) 





(») 



39 
1 



2.705 



n 

1.456 

( D l 

375 

472 

234 

(■>) 

292 



ii 



1.248 



445 

773 

K 





I 



1.601 
104 



157 



IX 

n 

Ml 

5 
2 
1 

(*) 

(i 

ii 
ii 

137 
1 

I Ml 
12 
14 

(*) 

ii 
2 



154 
3 



UBO Ultimate beneficial owner 

* Less than $500,000 (±) or 500 acres 

D Suppressed to avoid disclosure of data of individual companies. 



11 



Table 8. — Selected Financial and Operating Data of U.S. Affiliates, by Country of UBO and Foreign Parent 





By country of UBO 






By country of foreign parent 














Millions of dollars 


















































Number 


Total 


Sales' 


Net 


Employee 


Number 


of acres 


Number 


Total 


Sales' 


Net 


Employee 


Number 


of acres 




of 


assets 




income 


compensation 


of 


of land 


of 


assets 




income 


compensation 


of 


of land 




affiliates 










employees 


owned 2 


affiliates 










employees 


owned 2 




(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(71 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


All countries 


7,676 


521,972 


436,155 


9,918 


41,522 


2,112,123 


9,552 


7,676 


521.972 


436,155 


9.918 


41.522 


2.112,123 


9,552 


Canada 


1,259 


66,139 


37,304 


1,264 


6.061 


293.724 


2,692 


1.222 


59.740 


32,658 


765 


4,747 


221.830 


2.119 


Europe 


4,009 


285.440 


270.571 


5.989 


29.820 


1.519,727 


5,756 


3.423 


298.536 


280,935 


7,062 


30.181 


1.544.761 


5.342 




2,983 


228,992 


238.273 


5.602 


25.572 


1.297,049 


4.719 


2,643 


249.564 


251.902 


6.766 


26.019 


1.329.405 


4.854 


Belgium 


109 


< D > 


( D ) 


1") 


( D ) 


( D ) 


( D ) 


68 


( D ) 


( D ) 


( D ) 


P) 


P) 


40 


Denmark* 


43 


< D I 


( D ) 


( D ) 


218 


( D ) 


4 


40 


( D l 


( D ) 


P) 


209 


( D ) 


P) 




437 
1.045 


41.101 
38.801 


42.468 
46.663 


293 
180 


4,780 
7.068 


210,401 
376,720 


( D ) 
688 


318 
970 


33.915 
35.271 


33.746 
42.842 


215 
116 


3.358 
6.310 


132.787 
344.186 


167 


Germany 


638 




16 
179 
57 


( D ) 

11,887 

883 


( D ) 

3.821 

901 


-1 
-96 

-2 


155 
< D > 
88 


( D ) 
16.260 
4,806 


( D ) 
17 


16 

77 
63 


( D ) 

9.865 

( D ) 


( D ) 

1.616 

( D ) 


-1 

28 

-18 


155 
95 
( D ) 


P) 

4.600 
P) 


( B ) 




4 


Luxembourg 


13 




383 
714 


40.030 
84.876 


39.090 
97.827 


1,795 
3.276 


4.319 
8,010 


187,808 
447.591 


549 

1,282 


485 
606 


86.406 
70,512 


88.917 
75.954 


5.153 
1.125 


7.565 
7.613 


358.533 
428.678 


1.050 


United Kingdom 


2,900 


Other Europe 


1.026 


56.449 


32,298 


387 


4,248 


222.678 


1.037 


780 


48.972 


29.033 


295 


4,162 


215.356 


488 


Austria 


41 


330 


242 


-5 


28 


1.304 


P) 


25 


292 


218 


-4 


21 


881 


4 




21 
62 


380 
361 


179 
396 


-5 
-12 


34 
63 


2,875 
3.058 


3 

72 


19 
101 


232 
289 


170 
( D ) 


-8 
-1 


30 
32 


2.598 
1.844 


3 


Liechtenstein 


115 


Norway 


39 


335 


370 


-9 


63 


3,257 


2 


37 


333 


359 


-9 


55 


3.075 


2 


Spain 


52 


5,094 


614 


45 


79 


5,232 


115 


30 


4.982 


588 


49 


74 


4.946 


1 


Sweden 


112 


4,087 


6.897 


58 


830 


41,672 


8 


110 


3.959 


6.663 


64 


798 


40.301 


8 


Switzerland 


644 


44.322 


22,966 


310 


3,105 


162,293 


714 


422 


37.444 


20.267 


196 


3.106 


158.763 


353 


Other 


55 
39 


1.540 
1,426 


635 

507 


6 
4 


46 
35 


2,987 
2,420 


( D ) 
( D ) 


36 

21 


1.442 
1.334 


( D ) 
500 


9 

7 


46 
35 


2.948 
2.400 


3 


Western Europe . nee 


3 


Andorra 


1 


3 


(•> 


(*) 


(♦1 


( D ) 


(*) 























Cyprus 


4 


34 


( D ) 


1 


5 


( D ) 


1*1 


1 


( D ) 


( D ) 


2 


5 


< D > 


C) 


Greece 


17 


720 


49 


1 


6 


322 


( D ) 


5 


( D ) 


("I 


4 


( D ) 


(■>) 


2 


Iceland 


2 


< D > 


( D ) 


(*) 


< D > 


( D ) 


C) 


2 


< D > 


( D ) 


(*) 


P) 


P) 


C) 


Portugal 


3 


< D > 


P) 


1 


( D ) 


( D ) 


(*) 


2 


( D ) 


P) 


1 


1 


( D ) 







2 


2 


(*) 


(*) 








C) 


1 


(*l 


(*l 


CI 








C) 




10 
16 


79 
115 


79 
127 


(*) 

2 


10 
1 1 


603 

567 



(*) 


10 
15 


79 
108 


79 

( D ) 


(*l 

2 


10 
II 


603 

548 





Eastern Europe 


C) 


Poland 


8 


73 


68 


1 


8 


348 


C) 


8 


73 


68 


1 


8 


348 


C) 




3 


17 


13 


I 


2 


132 


C) 


3 


17 


13 


1 


2 


(") 


C) 


Other 


5 
1 
4 


24 
( D ) 
( D ) 


46 

( D ) 
( D ) 


(*) 
(*) 
(*) 


2 

(•) 

1 


87 
( D ) 
( D ) 







4 

4 


17 

17 


( D ) 



( D ) 


CI 



C) 


1 


1 


P) 



( D ) 










Hungary 







763 

88 
55 

7 


97,950 

7,982 
( D ) 
215 


90.967 

16.422 
( D ) 
( D ) 


882 

700 

( D ) 

4 


2,342 

630 
246 

2 


125.335 

29,511 

15.392 
% 


56 

< D > 

3 

(*> 


753 

66 
50 

7 


97.893 

2,508 

2,200 

215 


90.917 

( D ) 
910 

( D ) 


882 

167 
162 

4 


2.328 

185 
167 

2 


124.385 

12.694 

11.650 

96 


45 




4 




3 




C) 




26 

797 

550 
60 


( D ) 

24,781 

19,538 
6,549 


( D ) 

9.842 

5.953 
770 


461 

( D ) 
( D ) 


382 

1,458 

431 


14.023 

76.789 

22,573 
1.040 


( D ) 
487 

310 

27 


9 

1,882 

412 
22 


92 

47,598 

19.066 
6.456 


( D ) 

25.803 

( D ) 
692 


1 

940 

158 
( D ) 


16 
3.691 

416 

7 


948 

186.940 

22.424 
( D ) 


1 




1.727 




374 




2 


Brazil 


41 
180 
49 
100 
120 
2 
7 
33 


4,532 

4.504 

("I 

1 .257 

< D > 

(*) 

70 

316 


1.064 

971 

1.400 

1,086 

661 

(*) 

223 

65 


62 
-3 

35 

< D > 

9 

(♦) 
1 
4 


18 
83 
231 
23 
< D > 


( D ) 

5 


801 

4.085 

< D > 

1.280 

< D > 



C) 

442 


9 

129 

17 

80 

48 

1 

(*) 
19 


30 

III 

177 

31 

41 

2 

3 

12 


4.504 
4.268 
( D ) 
869 
( D ) 
(*) 
( D ) 
277 


1.006 
851 
1.898 
( D ) 
268 
<*) 
P) 
60 


67 
4 
28 
< D ) 
7 
C) 
C) 

4 


15 

68 

290 

P) 

( D ) 


( D ) 
5 


681 
3.345 
P) 
849 
( D ) 

P) 
401 


5 




97 




208 




36 


Other 


25 


Belize 


1 


Chile 


C) 


Colombia 


14 




11 
13 


20 


8 


(•) 

2 


(*) 
( D l 


( D ) 


(*) 
3 


2 
4 


1 
( D ) 


1 


C) 

1 


C) 
4 


P) 
P) 


C) 




C) 


El Salvador 


7 


41 


( D ) 


1 


( D ) 


( D ) 


(*) 


2 


( D ) 


< D ) 


2 


C> 


( D ) 


(*) 


Guatemala 


19 


36 


37 


(*) 


1 


136 


9 


4 


8 


4 


C) 


C) 


( D ) 


C) 


Honduras 


8 


11 


(*) 


C) 


(*) 


( D ) 


(*) 


5 


6 


(*) 


C) 


C) 


( D ) 


C) 


Paraguay 


11 


78 


( D ) 


1 


( D ) 


334 


(*) 


1 


( D ) 


1 


-1 


C) 


P) 


C) 


Peru 


2 


( D ) 


(*) 


-1 








(*) 

























7 


44 


( D ) 


1 


2 


( D ) 


14 


6 


20 


( D ) 


C) 


C) 


9 


10 


Other Western Hemisphere 


247 


5.243 


3.889 


< D > 


1,026 


54,216 


177 


1.470 


28.532 


( D ) 


782 


3.276 


164.516 


1.353 




30 
37 
142 
33 

5 


1 


864 

514 

3,734 

122 

8 



(*) 


1,161 

( D ) 
( D ) 
61 
12 

(*) 


-22 
1 
< D > 
-9 
(*) 

(*) 


209 

< D > 
( D ) 
17 
5 

(*) 


17.771 
< D > 
( D ) 
1.571 
( D ) 

( D l 


33 

16 

113 

16 

C) 



C) 


39 

45 

1.250 

132 

4 

1 

1 


( D ) 

7.193 

P) 

( D ) 
( D ) 
( D ) 
(*) 


( D ) 

3.671 
< D > 
( D ) 
( D ) 
< D > 
(*) 


( D ) 

( D ) 

421 

2 

1 

2 
C) 


141 
543 

CI 

( D ) 

5 

4 

C) 


P) 

26.354 
( D ) 
P) 
("> 
( D ) 
P) 


(^ 




P) 




944 




98 


Other 


C) 




C) 


Jamaica 


C) 


Tnnidad and Tobago 


3 


( D ) 


P) 


(•) 


C) 


( D l 


























United Kingdom Asswiated States, 






























Caribbean 


1 


< D ) 


( D ) 


C) 


5 


< D > 


(*) 


2 


( D ) 


( D ) 


-1 


1 


( D ) 


C) 


Middle East 


292 
39 


14.508 
4,511 


3.914 
852 


55 
< D > 


566 
106 


29.234 
5.078 


121 
( D ) 


86 
34 


8.600 
4.410 


2,220 
793 


58 
( D ) 


37 
101 


12.423 
4.859 







C) 


Other 


253 


9,997 


3.061 


P) 


460 


24.156 


( D ) 


52 


4.190 


1,427 


P) 


136 


7.564 


9 




43 
28 
120 
18 
44 
4 


822 
512 
( D ) 
118 
( D ) 
( D ) 


181 
372 
( D ) 
34 
( D ) 
4 


8 
-9 
( D l 
-6 
-5 
-1 


35 
72 
335 
O 
< D > 
1 


2.744 

3,997 

15.709 

( D ) 

( D ) 

78 


44 
(°) 

54 
1 

6 
(*) 


16 
2 

10 
5 

19 
3 


438 

2 

3.420 

< D > 

< D ) 

C) 


( D ) 
(*) 
( D ) 
4 
( D ) 
( D ) 


15 
(*) 

19 

< D > 

1 

-1 


( D ) 


119 
1 

( D ) 

P) 


P) 



6.651 

P) 

P) 

P) 


2 




4 




1 




1 


Other 


1 




o 




27 
6 
6 
1 


298 
20 
17 
( D ) 


91 
5 
2 

< D ) 


3 
-1 

(*) 
-4 


2 

2 



( D ) 


121 

300 



( D ) 


6 

(*) 
(*) 
(*) 


15 

1 





232 
3 




57 

(*) 






2 

C) 




2 





115 






1 




CI 













12 



Table 8. — Selected Financial and Operating Data of U.S. Affiliates, by Country of UBO and Foreign Parent — Continued 



By country of UBO 



Number 

of 
affiliates 



(1) 



Millions of dollars 



Total 
assets 



(2) 



Sales' 



(3) 



Net 
income 



(4l 



Employee 
compensation 



(5) 



Number 

of 

employees 



K.i 



By country of foreign parent 



Thousands 
of acres 
of land 
owned 2 



(7) 



Number 

of 
affiliates 



IK, 



Millions of dollars 



Total 

Assets 



(9) 



Sales 



(10) 



Net 
income . 



(II) 



Employee 
compensation 



(12) 



Number 
of 

employees 



il )) 



Thousands 
of acres 
of land 
owned 2 



(14) 



Other Africa, Asia, and Pacific . . . 

Other Africa 

Algeria 

Libya 

Other Saharan 

Egypt 

Morocco 

Tunisia 

Nigeria 

Other Sub-Saharan 

Ivory Coast 

Kenya 

Liberia 

Namibia 

Sudan 

Tanzania 

Zaire 

Other Asia and Pacific 

Hong Kong 

Philippines 

South Korea 

Other 

Indonesia 

Malaysia 

People 's Republic of China 

Taiwan 

Other 

Afghanistan 

India 

Laos 

Macao 

New Hebrides (Vanuatu) 

Pakistan 

Singapore 

Thailand 

United Stales 

Addendum— OPEC 



402 
26 

I 
1 

7 
3 



3 

14 



I 

6 
1 
1 

4 

1 

376 

190 

61 

51 

74 

9 

9 

1 

22 

33 

1 

6 

I 

2 
2 
7 
g 
6 

66 



19.577 
107 
C) 
( D ) 
23 
15 
( D ) 
( D ) 

g 
70 



1 
47 

2 

1 
18 

1 

19,470 

( D ) 

756 

3.578 

( D ) 

29 

89 

3 
( D ) 

Kill 

( D ) 

171 

3 

3 

( D ) 

296 

94 

224 

5.594 

I 1 .099 



3.888 
33 
(*) 


(") 
< D > 
(*) 
( D ) 
I 'i 
(°) 


(*) 
( D ) 

n 
(*) 

8 

1 

3.854 

( D ) 

574 

1.088 

( D ) 

( D ) 

C) 

l'i 

102 

97 

(*) 

30 

2 

1 
(*) 
26 

g 
30 

3.248 

3,770 



125 
3 
( D ) 
(*) 
-1 
-1 
(*) 
(*) 
(*) 
( D ) 

i -i 
( D ) 
(*) 
(*) 
i*i 

I') 

122 
117 
-13 
-6 
24 
-1 
(*) 
(*) 
13 



(*) 

I •) 
(*) 

7 
(*) 

3 

44 2 
63 



387 
7 

ii 
3 
3 

I 


3 


(*) 


II 



380 

( D ) 

37 

3g 

( D ) 

I 

1 

(*) 

i"> 

10 

(*) 

3 

(*) 

(*) 



3 

I 



258 
415 



24.694 

486 

C) 

i) 

( D ) 

( D ) 



(») 



323 





( D ) 





270 

( D ) 

24,208 

(") 

1,628 

1.858 

(°) 

( D ) 

52 

( D ) 

269 

700 

< D > 

205 

( D ) 

( D ) 



242 

KK 

105 

13,109 



370 
9 

(*) 

1 

(*) 

(*) 

(•) 

(*) 

(*) 

8 



i-i 

5 

2 

(*) 

(*) 

(*) 

If, I 

335 

5 

(*) 

2 1 

I 

17 

(I 

I 

3 



(*) 



(*) 

I*, 

1 

2 

(*) 

( D ) 



244 

42 
I 

2 
4 
I 

2 
! 
II 

35 
1 
ii 

33 
1 

ii 

n 



202 

89 

22 

4K 
41 



15 

23 

5 
1 

(I 
1 
7 
5 
4 



7.097 

251 

( D ) 

( D ) 

8 

3 

I 

4 



234 

( D ) 



221 

( D ) 







6,846 

1,480 

422 

3,571 

1,373 

3 

( D ) 

3 

l"! 

765 



( D ) 

3 



(*) 

296 

( D ) 

220 



( u ) 
( D ) 
(•) 

2 
( D ) 
(*) 
(•) 
( D ) 


127 
( D ) 


( D ) 





II 



2,189 

594 

314 

1,088 

193 

( D ) 

( D ) 

(*) 

H7 

94 



30 

( D ) 



(*) 

26 

( D ) 

29 



44 

5 

-1 

(*) 

(*) 

(*> 

(*) 

(•) 



6 

(•) 



6 

(*) 





11 

39 

33 

-8 

o 

20 

(*) 

(*) 

(*) 

8 

II 



I 

(*) 



(*) 

7 

I 

3 



153 

28 
I 
1 
I 



I 


25 
I 


23 

n 


125 

62 

10 

tK 

16 

1 

(*) 

i •) 

5 

9 



3 

(*) 





3 

1 

2 



9.090 

1.372 

(") 

< D > 

< D > 

n 



( D ) 



1.283 

(") 



( D ) 









7.718 

4.364 

476 

1.849 

1.029 

( D ) 

i", 

( D ) 

255 

639 



205 

( D ) 





242 

( D ) 

ins 



)06 

38 

( D 

(• 
(• 
(• 
(* 

3 
C 


35 

2 







268 

264 

2 

(•) 

2 

(*) 

I", 



I 

1 






(•) 
1 

(*) 





X7 



5.372 



1.628 



S4 



158 



8.769 



UBO Ultimate beneficial owner 

* Less than $500,000 (± I or 500 acres 

D Suppressed to avoid disclosure of data of individual companies 

1 For banks, equals total income. 



2 Excludes banks because they did not report acres of land owned 

3 Includes Greenland 

4 Includes Monaco 

5 Includes San Manno 



In this publication, financial and operating data are distributed both 
by country of UBO and, to a lesser extent, by country of foreign par- 
ent. When a given affiliate had two or more UBO's (or foreign par- 
ents), the data were classified by the country of the UBO (or foreign 
parent) having the largest percentage direct investment ownership inter- 
est in the U.S. affiliate. 

Table 8 presents selected financial and operating data both by coun- 
try of UBO and by country of foreign parent. Each individual country 
in which either a UBO or a foreign parent was located in 1980 is shown 
separately and is grouped by geographic area. Due primarily to 
confidentiality requirements, many countries could not be shown sepa- 
rately in the other tables in this publication. However, the individual 
countries included in a geographic group shown in the other tables may 
be ascertained, and their relative sizes assessed, by referring to table 8. 

As noted earlier, some affiliates' UBO's could not be identified in 
the benchmark survey. In these cases, the country of UBO was consid- 
ered to be the same as the country of the foreign parent. (See table 7 
and discussion in previous section.) 

In this publication, more financial and operating data tables are pre- 
sented by country of UBO than by country of foreign parent because, 
for most analyses of these data, the country of the person that ultimate- 
ly owns or controls and, therefore, derives the benefits from owning or 
controlling the U.S. affiliate, is considered most important. 

In contrast to the financial and operating data, the direct investment 
position and balance of payments data are classified by the country of 
each member of the foreign parent group with whom the U.S. affiliate 
had direct positions or transactions, rather than by the country of the 



foreign parent or UBO with the largest ownership share. This classifi- 
cation basis is consistent with U.S. balance of payments methodology, 
which shows data for each transaction against the foreign country with 
which that transaction occurred. 

The balance of payments and position data are classified by country 
of each member of the foreign parent group, rather than strictly by 
country of foreign parent, because a U.S. affiliate may have direct po- 
sitions and transactions with members of the group other than its for- 
eign parent and the countries of these other members may differ from 
that of the foreign parent. For example, the affiliate may borrow funds 
from or lend funds to another member of the group that is located in a 
different country from that of the foreign parent. 

Columns 1 and 2 of table 9 show two key items — the position and di- 
rect investment income — classified by country of each member of the 
foreign parent group. Each individual country in which there was a for- 
eign parent or other member of the foreign parent group that held a di- 
rect investment position in, or received direct investment income from, 
a U.S. affiliate in 1980 is shown separately, and is grouped by geo- 
graphic area. Due primarily to confidentiality requirements, many 
countries could not be shown separately in the other tables in this publi- 
cation that present direct investment position and balance of payments 
data. However, the individual countries included in a geographic group 
shown in the other tables may be ascertained, and their relative sizes 
assessed, by refering to columns 1 and 2 of table 9. 

Although the direct investment position and balance of payments 
data are classified by country of each member of the foreign parent 
group in the main body of this publication, they can also be classified 



13 



Table 9. — Foreign Direct Investment Position in the United States and Direct Investment Income, 
by Country of Each Member of the Foreign Parent Group, UBO, and Foreign Parent 

[ Millions of dollars 



By country of 
each member 
of the foreign 
parent group 



Foreign direct 

investment 

position 

in the 

United Stales 



(li 



Direct 

investment 

income 



(2) 



By country of 
UBO 



Foreign direct 

investment 

position 

in the 

United States 



(3) 



Direct 

investment 

income 



14, 



By country of 
foreign parent 



Foreign direct 

investment 

position 

in the 

United States 



(5) 



Direct 

investment 

income 



(6) 



All countries 



Canada 



Europe 



European Communities (9) 

Belgium 

Denmark' 

France- 

Germany 

Ireland 

Italy 5 

Luxembourg 

Netherlands 

United Kingdom 



Other Europe 

Austria 

Finland 

Liechtenstein 

Norway 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Other 

Western Europe, nee 

Andorra 

Cyprus 

Gibraltar 

Greece 

Iceland 

Portugal 

Turkey 

Yugoslavia 

Eastern Europe 

Poland 

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics 

Other 

Hungary 



Japan 

Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa 

Australia 

New Zealand 

South Africa 



Lalin America 

South and Central America 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Mexico 

Panama 

Venezuela 

Other 

Belize 

Chile 

Colombia 

Costa Rica 

Ec uador 

El Salvador ....... 

Guatemala 

Honduras 

Nicaragua 

Paraguay 

Peru 

Surinam 

Uruguay 



Other Western Hemisphere 

Bahamas 

Bermuda 

Netherlands Antilles 

United Kingdom Islands. Caribbean 

Other 

Barbados 

Dominican Republic 

Jamaica 

Trinidad and Tobago 

United Kingdom Associated Slates. Caribbean 

Middle East 

Israel 

Other 



79,950 

10.786 

54,179 

46.619 

1.676 

173 

3,637 

7,450 

102 

286 

258 

19.354 

13.684 

7,559 

135 

55 

197 

151 

174 

1,642 

5,034 

191 

130 

ii 

( D ) 

3 

(9 

( D ) 

5 

(•> 

39 

01 
41 
( D ) 

C) 
C) 

4.264 

422 

352 

50 

21 

9,027 

B06 
59 
152 
151 
)65 
19 

Ml 
(*) 

7 

34 

(*) 

( D ) 

( D ) 

6 

4 

I 

(*) 

( D ) 

-1 

4 

8,221 

( D ) 

891 

6.273 

762 

(°) 

9 

(*) 

C) 

I 

o 

KH7 
315 
572 



7,232 



MXI 



5,001 



79,950 



13,846 



54.484 



4,673 


45,807 


132 


2.109 


4 


203 


242 


5.531 


-106 


9,128 


6 


127 


20 


656 


-29 


217 


3,231 


10,599 


1.173 


17,236 


328 


8.677 


-3 


145 


-9 


62 


1 


124 


-4 


140 


33 


161 


88 


1.655 


215 


6.173 


9 


217 


6 


157 





(*) 


2 


14 








4 


65 


(*) 


( D ) 


1 


( D l 


C) 


1 


(*) 


38 


3 


60 


2 


41 


(*) 


( D ) 


(*) 


( D ) 


(*) 


( D ) 


682 


4,345 


48 


1,180 


44 


453 


4 


49 


(*) 


679 


821 


2,645 


96 


1 , 1 20 


31 


92 


71 


145 


5 


255 


-35 


331 


17 


130 


6 


167 





(*) 


(*) 


17 


4 


53 


(*) 


6 


1 


19 


1 


22 


(*) 


18 


(*) 


7 








(*) 


17 





1 








(*) 


7 


725 


1.526 


( D ) 


157 


( D ) 


108 


626 


1.231 


53 


28 


1 


2 


2 











(*) 


(*) 




- 1 


1 


50 


1 .795 


( D ) 


347 


( D ) 


1,448 



7.232 

1,067 

4,548 

4,118 
166 
-6 

302 



-95 

2 

1.268 

2.480 

424 
-4 
9 
-10 
-4 
30 
89 

114 

6 

3 

(*) 

1 

1 
(*) 

1 
(*) 
C) 

3 

2 
(*) 
(*) 
i-i 

190 

52 

4 

134 

456 

1114 

31 

63 

1 

-17 
18 
8 

1 
4 

(*) 
2 
1 

(«) 

1*1 

I 

(*) 


1 

352 

15 

-10 

354 

-7 

(*) 





(*) 

(*) 

(*) 

51 
32 
19 



79.950 

11.503 

54.363 

46.472 

2,092 

197 

3.469 

7.736 

123 

226 

284 

18.316 

14.030 

7.890 

125 

50 

138 

139 

143 

1.583 

5.528 

185 

124 



8 



39 

( D ) 

( D ) 

(*) 

38 

61 

41 

< D > 

P) 

(") 

4.324 

409 

350 

49 

in 

8.262 

1,041 

68 

140 

151 

574 

35 

74 

(*) 

( D ) 

36 

(*) 

( D ) 

( D ) 

7 

4 



C) 





3 

7.221 

( D ) 

1.436 

4.852 

709 

< D > 

9 



(*) 



( D ) 

833 
314 
519 



7.232 

674 

5.096 

4.740 

157 

-4 

247 

-89 

8 

29 

-28 

3.203 

1.216 

356 

-4 
-2 

-4 

33 

93 

229 

9 

6 



2 



4 

C) 

1 

(*) 

C) 

3 

2 

(*) 

(*) 

(*) 

675 

51 

47 

4 

(*) 

655 

106 

32 

69 

5 

-23 

17 

6 



(*) 

4 

(*) 

1 

1 

(*) 

(*) 



CI 





(•) 

550 

34 

8 

457 

49 

1 

2 



(*) 




49 
30 
19 



14 



Table 9. — Foreign Direct Investment Position in the United States and Direct Investment Income, 
by Country of Each Member of the Foreign Parent Group, UBO, and Foreign Parent — Continued 

I Millions of dollars] 



By country of 
each member 
of the foreign 
parent group 



Foreign direct 

investment 

position 

in the 

United Stales 



(I) 



Direct 

investment 

income 



(2) 



By country of 
UBO 



Foreign direct 

investment 

position 

in the 

United States 



(3) 



Direct 

investment 

income 



(4) 



By country of 
foreign parent 



Foreign direct 

investment 

position 

in the 

United States 



(5) 



Direct 

investment 

income 



(6) 



Kuwait 

Lebanon 

Saudi Arabia 

United Arab Emirates 
Other 

Bahrain 

Iran 

Iraq 

Jordan 

Oman 

Qatar 

Syria 



Other Africa. Asia, and Pacific . 

Other Africa 

Algeria 

Libya 

Other Saharan 

Egypt 

Morocco 

Tunisia 

Nigeria 

Other Sub- Saharan 

Cameroon 

Congo 

Gabon 

Ivory Coast 

Kenya 

Liberia 

Malawi 

Namibia 

Niger 

Sudan 

Tanzania 

Togo 

Zaire 

Zambia 

Other Asia and Pacific 

Hong Kong 

Philippines 

South Korea 

Other 

Indonesia 

Malaysia 

People's Republic of China 

Taiwan 

Other 

Afghanistan 

Brunei 

Fiji 

India 

Laos 

Macao 

New Hebrides (Vanuatu) 

Pakistan . 

Singapore 

Thailand 



Unallocated 

United States 

Addendum— OPEC 



333 

1 

206 

5 
28 

-1 

22 

1 

4 
I 
1 
I) 

414 

142 

5 

( D ) 

( D ) 

( D ) 

I 

I 

19 

129 

C) 

(•) 

I 

1 



VI 

1 

I 
-1 



3 

C) 
89 

276 

152 

72 

-136 

I xx 

-3 

18 

2 

61 

109 

6 

15 

(*) 

5 

2 



(*) 

9 

65 

6 

-34 





ii 


29 
-I 
-1 

l*i 
(*) 
(*) 
(*) 
(•) 
-1 
1 




II 
(*) 



(*) 

II 
(*) 




(*) 



(*) 

II 

31 

31 

-8 

-15 

22 

(') 

(*i 

(*) 

1 1 

I I 

ii 



ii 

I 

(*) 



(») 

7 



469 

109 

763 

39 

1,7 

I'l 

56 

3 

9 

ii 

n 

-1 

1,034 

43 

5 

1 

III 

( D ) 

( D ) 

1 

4 
24 

ii 



I'l 

17 



2 



(*) 

5 



(♦) 



990 

837 

140 

-131 

144 

I I 

I I 

3 

72 

46 

10 





6 

2 

i'i 

I 

9 
in 



15 
-4 

17 

-3 
-6 

I 
(*) 
-1 
Ci 


-3 

102 

2 

-I 

(*) 

1 

1 

(*) 

(*) 

(*) 

2 




ii 


(*) 
I 



I'l 



(*) 
I 



I'l 


99 
99 

-12 

-15 

28 

(*) 

(*) 

(*) 

16 

12 

I 





1 

i'i 

i'i 

(*) 

7 

(*) 

3 



617 



38 



621 

1.500 



143 
47 



C) 
I 

( D ) 
-1 
21 

I 

21 

1 



n 


ii 

256 
58 
5 
2 
3 
2 
1 
I 


4X 




2 

44 

2 




II 
II 


198 

lh^ 

70 

-136 

99 

(*) 

5 

3 

62 

29 

ii 





6 


(*) 
9 
5 
6 



569 



15 

C) 

6 



ii 



ii 

32 

i'i 
I 
C) 
(*) 
(*) 
(*) 
i'i 
ii 

: 
o 
o 



(*) 



1 



(*) 





II 
II 


32 
)l 

7 
15 

23 

(*) 

i'i 

i'i 

12 

12 

ii 





I 

(*) 



I -1 

7 
I 
3 



ix 



UBO Ultimate beneficial owner 

•Less than $500,000 (±) 

Suppressed to avoid disclosure of data of individual companies 



1 . Includes Greenland 
2 Includes Monaco 
3. Includes San Marino 



in other ways. For example, they can be classified by the two bases 
used to classify the financial and operating data — that is, by the coun- 
try of the UBO with the largest ownership percentage and by the coun- 
try of the foreign parent with the largest ownership percentage. Col- 
umns 3-6 of table 9 show the direct investment position and income 
classified on each of these two bases. 

The 1974 benchmark survey and prior annual sample surveys of for- 
eign direct investment did not obtain complete and consistent informa- 
tion on the country of U.S. affiliates' UBO's. Thus, the financial and 
operating data from these surveys are available only by country of for- 
eign parent, not by country of UBO. (However, such information is 
available for new foreign investments from BEA's survey of U.S. busi- 
ness enterprises newly acquired or established by foreign persons, 
which was initiated in 1979.) 



U.S. affiliate financial and operating data 



Financial and operating data include, among other things, data on 
balance sheets and income statements; external financial position; prop- 
erty, plant, and equipment; employment and employee compensation; 
U.S. merchandise trade; technology; and U.S. land owned and leased. 
Only limited detail — five items — was obtained for banks. Consequent- 
ly, most of the tables in this volume that present financial and operating 
data cover nonbank U.S. affiliates only. Financial and operating data 
for banks are included in tables 1-9 of this methodology and in tables 
A-l and A-2 in the main body of this publication; in tables 1. 4. 5, 6. 
A- 1 , and A-2, the data for banks are shown separately. 



15 



Most of the concepts and definitions used in reporting the financial 
and operating data can be found on the BE- 12 forms or in the Instruc- 
tion Booket to the forms, which are reproduced in the appendix. The 
following discussion focuses on conceptual, definitional, or statistical 
issues that require further explanation or that are not covered in the 
forms or Instruction Booklet. 

General validity of data. — All financial and operating data reported 
by U.S. affiliates were required to pass certain basic computerized edit 
checks. Where possible, the data were also reviewed by BEA for con- 
sistency with related data from other parts of the report form for the 
same affiliate, with comparable data reported by other affiliates, and 
with comparable data from outside sources. As a result of this edit and 
review process, a number of changes to the reported data were made, 
usually after consultation with affiliates. However, some data items on 
the forms were not integrated with, or related to, data from other parts 
of the forms and could not be checked thoroughly. Consequently, these 
data were more likely to be subject to both reporting errors and 
underreporting than the integrated data. This was particularly true of 
the data for bank affiliates, and the data on employment, trade, and 
certain miscellaneous items (for example, land owned, taxes (other 
than income and payroll taxes) and nontax payments, and production 
royalty payments) for nonbank affiliates. 

In some cases, affiliates had difficulty supplying the required infor- 
mation because the data were not easily accessible or were unavailable 
from their standard accounting records. This was especially true of the 
data on trade and employment. In these cases, affiliates often made es- 
timates, the quality of which is difficult to assess. 

Balance sheet. — Unincorporated affiliates reported balance sheet 
data differently in the 1980 benchmark survey than in past BEA sur- 
veys. In the 1980 survey, these affiliates were required to disaggregate 
receivables from, and liabilities to, their foreign parents and other own- 
ers among the various asset and liability categories in the BE- 12 form 
balance sheet. (Similar disaggregation was also required for data on the 
composition of the external financial position and for the direct invest- 
ment position tnd balance of payments data — see discussion of the di- 
rect investment position and balance of payments data below.) In the 
1974 benchmark survey and the annual sample survey of financial and 
operating data, in contrast, such receivables and liabilities were netted 
against each other and the resulting net amount was combined with, 
and reported as part of the single item, owners' equity, in the balance 
sheet. 

Reporting by unincorporated affiliates was changed in the 1980 
benchmark survey so that treatment of these affiliates would be parallel 
with that of incorporated affiliates. This change was possible because, 
over time, accounting procedures for unincorporated businesses have 
become more like those for incorporated businesses. 

Income statement. — Income statements of affiliates were required to 
be reported to BEA on an "all-inclusive" basis. This basis includes in 
income both ordinary income and all other types of income. Among the 
latter are capital gains and losses that have been recognized, whether 
realized or unrealized, such as those resulting from the sale or other 
disposition of assets and liabilities, from changes in the dollar value of 
the affiliates' foreign-currency-denominated assets and liabilities that 
are caused by changes in exchange rates, and from writeups or 
writedowns of the book value of assets and liabilities. 

The all-inclusive basis is used for several reasons. First, it is the 
preferred basis for purposes of deriving the foreign direct investment 
position in the United States (see discussion of the position below). In- 
clusion of realized and unrealized gains and losses in the income of af- 
filiates ensures that such gains and losses affect the position, not 
through valuation adjustments, but rather through earnings and rein- 
vested earnings. Second, the all-inclusive basis of defining an affili- 
ate's net income is preferable for computing direct investment income 
for balance of payments purposes. Use of the all-inclusive basis means 
that direct investment income will reflect the net benefits a foreign par- 



ent receives from its investment, not only in the form of ordinary in- 
come from the affiliate, but also in the form of other types of affiliate 
income. Third, GAAP requires the use of this basis for most purposes; 
its use ensures that realized and unrealized gains and losses are reported 
at the time they are recognized and that they are consistently included 
in the income of all affiliates. 

For affiliates engaged in the extraction of natural resources, net in- 
come is after the deduction of book depletion, that is, those expenses 
representing the periodic chargeoff of the actual cost of capital assets 
related to the extraction of natural resources. Tax or percentage deple- 
tion is not deducted. This conforms to GAAP, which requires 
companies to deduct book depletion — rather than tax or percentage 
depletion — from gross income in computing net income. Book deple- 
tion is used because it reflects the actual costs incurred in extracting the 
natural resources. Tax or percentage depletion, however, may bear no 
relationship to the actual cost incurred. 

Employment and employee compensation. — In the benchmark sur- 
vey, employment was defined as the average number of full-time and 
part-time (FT-PT) employees during the reporting period. Affiliates 
were permitted to use employment at the end of the reporting period as 
an estimate of the average, provided that their employment did not vary 
significantly during the period. 

Employment is classified both by industry of affiliate and, for the 
first time, by industry of sales. As discussed earlier, the latter is based 
on information supplied by each affiliate on employment in the individ- 
ual three-digit industries in which it had sales. See discussion in the 
section on industry classification. 

Data on U.S. affiliates' employment, employee compensation, and 
wages and salaries were collected both for the affiliates' U.S. opera- 
tions as a whole and, in the case of employment and wages and 
salaries, by State. The data are important for analyzing the effect of af- 
filiates on U.S. labor markets. In addition, employee compensation is 
one of the major components used in the computation of U.S. affiliate 
gross product, which measures the affiliates' contribution to total U.S. 
gross domestic product. Similarly, wages and salaries paid by affiliates 
in a particular State are a measure of the affiliates' contribution to eco- 
nomic activity in that State. Although the employment and employee 
compensation data from the benchmark survey can also be used to com- 
pute U.S. affiliates' compensation rates in the form of compensation 
per employee or wages and salaries per employee, the resulting rates 
would be misleading (and are not shown in this publication) for two 
reasons. First, they are affected by the measurement of part-time work- 
ers. As noted earlier, employment in the 1980 benchmark survey was 
measured on a FT-PT basis and. on this basis, a part-time employee is 
counted the same as a full-time employee. Thus, compensation per em- 
ployee and wages and salaries per employee may vary across affiliates, 
simply because of differences in the number of their part-time workers. 
Second, compensation per employee and wages and salaries per em- 
ployee can also be distorted by data for affiliates that were newly ac- 
quired by foreign parents, or by data for affiliates that acquired other 
U.S. businesses during the year. BEA preferred that the acquired 
entity's employee compensation data cover the full year. However. 
BEA also accepted employee compensation data that covered only the 
portion of the year that the entity was in the direct investment universe, 
if such data were consistent with other data reported for the entity, such 
as those in the income statement. In either case, BEA's preferred basis 
for reporting employment for these affiliates, and that actually used in 
almost all cases, was as of yearend. 5 For affiliates that reported com- 
pensation data for only a portion of the year but employment as of 
yearend. compensation per employee and wages and salaries per em- 
ployee would be understated. BEA's review of the data indicated a sub- 
stantial number of such cases. 



5. Yearend employment was preferred, provided the entity's employment did not 
vary significantly during the year If it varied significantly, average, rather than 
yearend. employment had to be reported. 



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When using the 1980 benchmark survey data, a better measure of 
U.S. affiliates' compensation rates than either compensation per em- 
ployee or wages and salaries per employee is hourly wage rates. The 
information needed to derive hourly wage rates was collected in the 
survey for production workers of U.S. affiliates that had employment 
in manufacturing. These affiliates had to report the data separately for 
each manufacturing industry in which they specified that they had 
sales. Thus, in this publication, data on hourly wage rates paid to man- 
ufacturing production workers can be, and are, disaggregated by indus- 
try of sales. 6 

The employment and employee compensation data in the 1980 
benchmark survey differ in a number of ways from those in previous 
BEA surveys. One important difference concerns the definition of em- 
ployment in the 1980 and 1974 benchmark surveys. Instead of a FT-PT 
basis, the 1974 benchmark survey measured employment on a full-time 
equivalent (FTE) basis, that is, as the number of full-time employees 
plus the number of part-time employees converted to a full-time basis. 
The FT-PT and FTE bases differ in the measurement of part-time em- 
ployees. On a FT-PT basis, a part-time employee is counted the same 
as a full-time employee; on a FTE basis, a part-time employee is 
counted only as a percentage of a full-time employee, with the percent- 
age depending on the portion of a full-time schedule worked. Because 
of this difference, employment in the 1980 survey is higher than it 
would have been if measured on the 1974 basis; it is impossible, how- 
ever, to quantify the difference. 

The FT-PT basis used in the 1980 survey was also used in BEA's an- 
nual sample survey of financial and operating data and in BEA's survey 
of new acquisitions and establishments; therefore, employment counts 
from those surveys and from the 1980 benchmark survey are consistent. 
The FT-PT basis replaced the FTE basis of reporting employment data 
after 1974 because of difficulties encountered in the 1974 benchmark 
survey in obtaining accurate information on FTE employment. 

Compensation rates derived from the 1980 and 1974 benchmark sur- 
veys are not comparable. In the 1974 survey, compensation per FTE 
employee, rather than hourly wage rates of manufacturing production 
workers, was obtained. Although compensation rates in the form of 
compensation per employee can be computed from the 1980 benchmark 
survey data, they are not comparable with the 1974 rates because the 
1980 employment data used in the computation are on a FT-PT basis, 
while the 1974 employment data are on a FTE basis. Also, for the rea- 
sons cited earlier, use of the 1980 rates would not be appropriate in any 
case. 

In BEA's annual sample survey of financial and operating data, data 
on hourly wage rates have been obtained, but they differ in coverage 
from those in the benchmark survey. As discussed earlier, in the 
benchmark survey, each U.S. affiliate had to supply wage rate data 
separately for each manufacturing industry in which it specified that it 
had sales. In the annual sample survey, in contrast, an affiliate had to 
report the wage rate data only if it was classified in manufacturing. 
Thus, affiliates classified in nonmanufacturing industries that neverthe- 
less had sales in manufacturing did not have to report the data. Further- 
more, affiliates had to supply the information only for their manufac- 
turing activities as a whole instead of separately for each individual 
manufacturing industry. Thus, the annual sample survey data cover 
only affiliates classified in manufacturing and are disaggregated by in- 
dustry of affiliate, not by industry of sales. 

Property, plant, and equipment. — In the benchmark survey, U.S. 
affiliates were required to disaggreate the gross book value of their 



6. U.S. affiliate hourly wage rates probably compare most closely with hourly wage 
rates derived from the Census Bureau annual survey of manufacturing Affiliate hourly 
wage rates are not strictly comparable with hourly wage rates collected by the Bureau of 
Labor Statistics (BLSl in its establishment surveys because, in the BLS data, hours are 
measured on an "hours paid" basis, while, in the 1980 benchmark data, hours are 
measured on an "hours worked" basis. 



property, plant, and equipment and acres of land owned by use. both 
for their U.S. operations as a whole and for their operations within 
each State Distributions of the data disaggregated by use may ditfer 
significantly from distributions disaggregated by industry of affiliate. 
particularly when crossclassified by State. When disaggregated by in- 
dustry of affiliate, all data for a given affiliate, both for the United 
States as a whole and in individual States, are shown in the single in- 
dustry in which that affiliate was classified, based on the major activity 
of its U.S. operations as a whole. When disaggregated by use, how- 
ever, data for the affiliate, both for the United States as a whole and 
within individual States, are shown separately in each use category ap- 
plicable to the affiliate's operations. Because an affiliate's activities in 
individual States are particularly likely to differ from its major activity 
for the United States as a whole, distributions of the data for individual 
States crossclassified by use are particularly likely to differ from distri- 
butions crossclassified by industry of affiliate. 

U.S. merchandise trade. — The concepts and definitions underlying 
the data on U.S. merchandise trade of U.S. affiliates are nearly identi- 
cal to those used for all-U.S. merchandise trade data compiled by the 
Census Bureau. Although trade data were particularly difficult for affil- 
iates to report, BEA's review of the reported data indicates that, for the 
most part, they conform well to Census concepts and definitions. How- 
ever, because of certain reporting problems, discussed below, the affil- 
iate trade data are not strictly comparable with the Census data. 

The benchmark survey forms asked that the U.S. merchandise trade 
data be reported on a "shipped" basis, that is, on the basis of when, 
where, and to (or by) whom the goods were physically shipped, in or- 
der for them to be comparable with official U.S. trade data. However, 
most affiliates keep their books on a "charged" basis, that is. on the 
basis of when, where, and to (or by) whom the goods were charged. 
Differences between these two bases can be substantial. Differences 
may arise, for example, when a U.S. affiliate buys goods from country 
A and sells them to country B. but the goods are shipped directly from 
country A to country B. When it records the transactions on its books. 
the affiliate would show a purchase charged to it from country A and a 
sale charged by it to country B. If the affiliate's trade data were re- 
ported on a charged basis in the benchmark survey, the purchase and 
sale would have appeared as a U.S. import and U.S. export, respec- 
tively. However, the goods never physically entered or left the United 
States and, on a shipped basis, should have been recorded neither as a 
U.S. import nor as a U.S. export. 

Based on its review, BEA believes most affiliates reported on a 
shipped rather than on a charged basis. However, some affiliates had 
difficulty obtaining data on a shipped basis, which usually required use 
of shipping department invoices rather than accounting records. BEA 
required revised reports to be filed when it determined that the data 
were on a charged basis. However, some cases of erroneous reporting 
were probably not identified or corrected. 

Another difference between the affiliate and Census trade data is that 
the former are on a fiscal-year basis while the latter are on a calendar- 
year basis. Although this could be an important source of 
noncomparability between the two sets of data, the amount of such 
noncomparability is unknown. 

It should also be noted that Census and BEA trade data come from 
two different sources — the BEA data are based on company records, 
whereas the Census data are compiled from export and import docu- 
ments filed by the shipper with U.S. Customs on each individual trans- 
action. The timing, valuation, origin or destination, shipper, and prod- 
uct involved in a given export or import transaction may have been 
recorded differently on company records and on the Customs export 
and import documents. 

In this publication, exports and imports by U.S. affiliates are disag- 
gregated into 12 product categories, based on the Standard Interna- 
tional Trade Classification, Revision 2 (United Nations Statistical Pa- 



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pers. Series M, No. 34/Rev. 2), hereinafter referred to as the SITC. 7 
Several problems of classification in the benchmark survey were ob- 
served. One was in the classification of certain parts and accessories for 
transportation equipment. In the SITC, some transport equipment parts 
that are shipped separately are included in "road vehicles and parts" or 
in "other transport equipment," based on the part's end use; others are 
included in SITC categories appropriate to the type of part based on the 
principal material from which it is made or its general function. Some 
U.S. affiliates had difficulty distinguishing in their records between 
parts that should have been included in "road vehicles and parts" or 
"other transport equipment" and parts that should have been included 
in other categories. BEA reviewed reports with large trade values, par- 
ticularly for imports, and those with incorrect reporting were revised 
after discussions with the affiliates. However, reports with low values 
were not reviewed and, in some cases, the affiliates may have errone- 
ously included both types of parts in "road vehicles and parts" or 
"other transport equipment." Thus, these two categories may be over- 
stated and other categories, particularly machinery, may be understated 
to an unknown extent. 

Another classification problem involved soybean exports. In the 
SITC, soybeans, other oil seeds, and oleaginous fruit are included in 
"crude materials, inedible, except fuels." Some affiliates, however, 
incorrectly included these products in "food and live animals chiefly 
for food." Reports with large values were reviewed by BEA and re- 
vised data were obtained for those reports found to be incorrect. How- 
ever, reports with low values were not reviewed and may, in some 
cases, remain incorrect. Thus, exports of "food and live animals chief- 
ly for food" may be overstated and exports of "crude materials, inedi- 
ble, except fuels" may be understated to an unknown extent. 



Direct investment position and balance of payments 
data 

These data focus on the foreign parent groups' positions in, and 
transactions with, their U.S. affiliates; in contrast, affiliate financial 
and operating data focus on the activities of the U.S. affiliates them- 
selves, including their positions and transactions with persons other 
than the members of their foreign parent groups. For example, the di- 
rect investment position discussed here is equal to the foreign parent 
groups' equity in, and net outstanding loans to, their U.S. affiliates; 
U.S. affiliates' total assets, in contrast, are equal to the sum of (1) total 
owners' equity in affiliates held by both the members of the foreign 
parent groups and all other persons and (2) total liabilities owed by af- 
filiates to both the members of the foreign parent groups and all other 
persons. 

Data for the position and balance of payments items were obtained in 
parts III and IV of the BE- 12 form. For foreign direct investment in 
the United States, the major items that appear directly in the 
U.S. balance of payments accounts are: 

— Direct investment capital inflows 

— Direct investment income 

— Fees and royalties to affiliated foreigners 

As discussed in the section of the methodology on fiscal-year report- 
ing, the direct investment position and balance of payments data col- 
lected in the 1980 benchmark survey and shown in this publication are 
on a fiscal-year basis, whereas the data in the U.S. balance of payments 
accounts and in BEA's annual series on the direct investment position 
have been, and will continue to be, on a calendar-year basis. When 



7. The BE- 12 report form required thai trade data be disaggregated into 13 product 
categories, but only 12 are shown in the tables. The "other manufactures" category 
could not be shown because only a few affiliates reported trade in that category and the 
data would have been suppressed for confidentiality reasons. 



data from the 1980 benchmark survey are incorporated into the U.S. 
balance of payments accounts and the annual series on the position, 
they will be adjusted to a calendar-year basis. These adjusted data for 
1980 will also be extrapolated forward to derive universe estimates for 
subsequent calendar years based on sample data for those years. The 
adjusted 1980 data and estimates for calendar years 1981-83 based on 
the adjusted 1980 data will be published in the June and August 1984 
issues of the Survey of Current Business. 

The position and balance of payments data included here also differ 
from previously published data because the basis of reporting by 
unincorporated affiliates differs. As noted earlier, reporting by these 
affiliates was changed to make it more comparable with that by incor- 
porated affiliates. Thus, in the benchmark survey, unincorporated affil- 
iates were required to disaggregate receivables from, and payables to. 
their foreign parents among the various receivable and payable catego- 
ries in their intercompany accounts, instead of reporting the net amount 
of such receivables and payables, together with their foreign parents' 
equity position in them, as a single summary account. Also, in the 
benchmark survey, earnings of unincorporated affiliates were disaggre- 
gated into the portion distributed to foreign parents and the portion re- 
invested in the affiliates, whereas previously all such earnings were re- 
ported as a single item and the entire amount was treated as if it were 
distributed. Although these changes do not affect the totals for the di- 
rect investment position or the three major items that appear directly in 
the U.S. balance of payments accounts, they do affect the individual 
components or subaccounts of these items. (As part of the forthcoming 
revisions to include the results of the 1980 benchmark survey, the bal- 
ance of payments items and the annual estimates of the position for 
1980 and subsequent years will be revised to conform to the new treat- 
ment of unincorporated affiliates. Thus, the definitions given here will 
also apply to the revised estimates.) 

Foreign direct investment position in the United States. — The for- 
eign direct investment position in the United States is equal to the for- 
eign parent groups' equity in, and net outstanding loans to, their U.S. 
affiliates. The position may be viewed as the foreign parent groups' 
contributions to the total assets of their U.S. affiliates or as financing 
provided by foreign parent groups to U.S. affiliates in the form of ei- 
ther equity or debt. 

Direct equity positions in U.S. affiliates are. by definition, held only 
by foreign parents. Foreign parents may also have direct debt positions 
with U.S. affiliates. In contrast, other members of the foreign parent 
group can have only direct debt, not equity, positions in affiliates. 

Foreign parents' equity in incorporated affiliates consists of the for- 
eign parents' holdings of capital stock in, and other capital contribu- 
tions to, their U.S. affiliates and foreign parents' equity in the retained 
earnings of their U.S. affiliates. Capital stock includes all stock of the 
affiliates, whether common or preferred, voting or nonvoting. Other 
capital contributions by foreign parents, also referred to as the foreign 
parents' equity in additional paid-in capital, consist of capital, invested 
or contributed, that is not included in capital stock, such as amounts 
paid for stock in excess of its par or stated value, capitalizations of 
intercompany accounts (conversions of debt to equity) that do not result 
in the issuance of capital stock, and donations. Foreign parents' equity 
in retained earnings is the foreign parents' shares of the cumulative 
undistributed earnings of their incorporated U.S. affiliates. 

Foreign parents' equity in unincorporated affiliates consists of for- 
eign parents' shares of the affiliates' total owners' equity. No break- 
down of owners' equity by type was obtained for these affiliates. 

The foreign parent groups' net outstanding loans to their U.S. affili- 
ates, referred to in the tables as U.S. affiliates' net intercompany ac- 
count payables, consist of trade accounts and trade notes payable, other 
current liabilities, and long-term debt owed by the affiliates to their for- 
eign parents or other members of their foreign parent groups net of sim- 
ilar items due to the affiliates from their foreign parents or other mem- 
bers of their foreign parent groups. 



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Intercompany accounts may be either current or long term. The dis- 
tinction between current and long term is based on length of time until 
the payable or receivable is expected to be extinguished. If the debt is 
expected to be extinguished in 1 year or less, it is considered "cur- 
rent." If it is expected to be extinguished in more than 1 year, it is con- 
sidered "long term." The distinction is no longer based on the concept 
of original maturity, which was used prior to 1978. Thus, current debt 
now includes, and long-term debt excludes, the current portion of long- 
term debt — that is, items with an original maturity of more than 1 year 
that are expected to be extinguished in 1 year or less. Current debt ex- 
cludes, and long-term debt includes, items with an original maturity of 
1 year or less than have been renewed or for which there is the inten- 
tion or the means to renew, extend, or refinance for more than 1 year. 
Long-term debt also includes items with no stated maturity. 

Intercompany accounts include the net book value of all capital 
leases and operating leases of more than 1 year. The net book value of 
property leased to a U.S. affiliate by its foreign parent group is includ- 
ed in affiliates' payables, and the net book value of property leased by 
a U.S. affiliate to the foreign parent group is included in affiliates' re- 
ceivables. Capital leases recognize that title to the leased property will 
be transferred to the lessee at the termination of the lease — similar to 
an installment sale. Operating leases have a term significantly shorter 
than the expected useful life of the tangible property being leased, and 
there is usually an expectation that the leased property will be returned 
to the lessor at the termination of the lease. For capital leases, the net 
book value of the leased property is the amount of principal payments 
remaining due; for operating leases of more than 1 year, the net book 
value is the original cost of the leased property less accumulated 
depreciation. 

As a result of the change in treatment of unincorporated U.S. affili- 
ates discussed earlier, foreign parents' equity in, and intercompany ac- 
counts with, these affiliates, which previously were shown together in a 
single summary account, are, in this publication, shown separately. 
The equity portion is now included, together with equity in incorpo- 
rated affiliates, as part of foreign parents' shares of total owners' equi- 
ty, and the intercompany account portion is included, together with 
intercompany accounts of incorporated affiliates, as part of 
intercompany accounts of foreign parent groups with all U.S. affiliates. 
The intercompany account portion is further disaggregated into paya- 
bles and receivables, current and long term. 

For affiliates that are banks, the direct investment position is defined 
to include only their foreign parent groups' permanent debt and equity 
investment in them; similarly, the direct investment flows that enter the 
U.S. balance of payments accounts for these affiliates include only 
transactions related to such permanent investment. All other transac- 
tions and positions — mainly claims and liabilities arising from the par- 
ents' and affiliates' normal banking business — are excluded from the 
direct investment accounts because they are included with other bank- 
ing claims and liabilities in the portfolio investment accounts. 

The definition of permanent investment may vary somewhat from 
bank to bank. Some examples of such investment are funds from par- 
ents that are used to establish or acquire the affiliates or that finance the 
affiliates' purchases of property, plant, and equipment. 

The relationship between a foreign parent and its U.S. affiliate may 
be a two-way one, in which each may have debt and equity investment 
in the other. Thus, a foreign parent may have investment in a U.S. af- 
filiate that, in tum, has investment in it as a result of the affiliate's 
lending funds to, or acquiring voting securities or other equity interest 
in, the foreign parent. Also, the other members of the foreign parent 
group and a U.S. affiliate each may have debt (but not equity) invest- 
ment in the other. As discussed earlier, in the intercompany accounts of 
the position, affiliate receivables from their foreign parent groups (re- 
verse debt investment) are netted against affiliate payables to their for- 
eign parent groups. The question arises as to whether affiliates' equity 
investment in their foreign parents (reverse equity investment) should 



also be netted against the foreign parents' equity investment in them. 
Conceptually, one can argue that reverse equity, as well as debt, in- 
vestment should be netted to obtain an accurate measure of the net in- 
vestment by the foreign parent groups in affiliates. This was the treat- 
ment prior to 1974, but, in some instances, it resulted in 
double-counting among the various accounts of the international invest- 
ment position of the United States and in the capital accounts of the 
U.S. balance of payments. Therefore, since 1974, reverse equity in- 
vestment of U.S. affiliates in their foreign parents has not been netted 
against analogous investment of parents in their affiliates. It is instead 
included in the U.S. direct investment position abroad if the affiliate's 
ownership in its foreign parent is 10 percent or more, or in the U.S. 
portfolio investment position abroad if the affiliate's ownership is less 
than 10 percent. However, reverse debt investment continues to be 
netted." 

The direct investment position at the end of the year is equal to the 
position at the end of the previous year plus the addition to the position 
during the year. The addition during the year is the sum of equity and 
intercompany account inflows, reinvested earnings, and valuation ad- 
justments. The first two components of the addition, which together 
constitute direct investment capital inflows in the U.S. balance of pay- 
ments accounts, are defined below. The third component — valuation 
adjustments — is broadly defined to include all changes in the position 
that do not arise from the other two components. They primarily reflect 
differences between transactions values, which are used to record direct 
investment capital inflows, and book values on U.S. affiliates' books, 
which are used to record the position and, hence, changes in the posi- 
tion. For example, they include differences between the sales value and 
the book value of affiliates that are sold by foreign parents and differ- 
ences between the purchase value and the book value of affiliates that 
are acquired by foreign parents." 

Direct investment capital inflows. — Direct investment capital in- 
flows consist of equity and intercompany account inflows and rein- 
vested earnings. 

Equity and intercompany account inflows consist of net increases in 
(1) foreign parents' equity in, and (2) intercompany accounts of foreign 
parents and other members of the foreign parent group with, their U.S.. 
affiliates. (See definitions of these components in the section on the di- 
rect investment position.) They exclude changes in equity that result 
from the reinvestment of earnings, which are considered a separate 
component of direct investment capital inflows. 

Increases in foreign parents' equity in their U.S. affiliates result 
from the foreign parents' establishment of new U.S. affiliates, initial 
acquisition of a 10-percent-or-more-ownership interest in existing U.S. 
business enterprises, acquisition of an additional ownership interest in 
existing U.S. affiliates, and capital contributions to their U.S. affili- 
ates. Such increases in equity are recorded as inflows. Decreases in eq- 
uity, which are recorded as outflows, result from the liquidation of 
U.S. affiliates, partial or total sale of an ownership interest in U.S. af- 
filiates, and return of capital contributions. They include liquidating 
dividends, which are a return of capital to foreign parents. Decreases in 
equity are netted against increases in equity to derive the net increase in 
foreign parents' equity in their U.S. affiliates. 

The increase in net intercompany account payables by U.S. affiliates 
to the foreign parent groups during the year is derived by subtracting 



8. The one exception to this rule for reverse debt investment is in the extremely rare 
case in which a U.S. affiliate and its foreign parent own 10 percent or more of each 
other. To avoid double-counting, the foreign parent groups' debt and equity investment 
in the affiliate is included in the foreign direct investment position in the United States, 
while the affiliate's reverse investment — debt as well as equity — in the foreign parent 
group is included in the U.S. direct investment position abroad. In this one case, a U.S. 
affiliate's debt investment in the foreign parent group is not netted against the group's 
debt investment in it 

9. Prior to 1974, gains and losses arising from revaluations of affiliate assets, if 
known, were also included as valuation adjustments to the position. Since the 1974 
benchmark survey, however, they have been consistently included in income and. there- 
fore, affect the position through reinvested earnings rather than valuation adjustments 



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the net outstanding intercompany account balance at the end of the pre- 
vious year from the net outstanding balance at the end of the current 
year. The net balance at the end of a year is calculated as affiliate paya- 
bles minus affiliate receivables. When a member of a foreign parent 
group lends funds to a U.S. affiliate, the affiliate's payables (amounts 
owed) to the foreign parent group increase; subsequently, when the af- 
filiate repays the principal owed to a member of the foreign parent 
group, the affiliate's payables to the group are reduced. In parallel 
fashion, when a member of the foreign parent group borrows funds 
from a U.S. affiliate, the affiliate's receivables (amounts due) from the 
group increase; subsequently, when the member of the group repays the 
principal owed to the affiliate, the affiliate's receivables from the group 
are reduced. Increases in affilates' payables to, or reductions in affili- 
ates' receivables from, their foreign parent groups give rise to inflows 
on intercompany account. Increases in affiliates' receivables from, or 
reductions in affiliates' payables to, their foreign parent groups give 
rise to outflows. 

Not all intercompany account transactions reflect actual flows of 
funds. For example, when distributed earnings, interest, or fees and 
royalties from a U.S. affiliate accrue to a foreign parent group, the full 
amount is included as an income or fee and royalty payment (an out- 
flow) on foreign direct investment in the United States. If all or part of 
that amount is not actually transferred to the foreign parent group, the 
amount not transferrred is entered into the intercompany account as an 
increase in the U.S. affiliate's payables to its foreign parent group (an 
inflow). 

The net change in intercompany accounts includes changes in the net 
book value of capital leases and of operating leases of more than 1 year 
between foreign parent groups and U.S. affiliates. (See discussion in 
the section on the direct investment position.) When property is leased 
by a U.S. affiliate from its foreign parent group, the net book value of 
the leased property is recorded as an intercompany account inflow. The 
subsequent payment of principal on a capital lease, or of depreciation 
on an operating lease, is a return of capital and is recorded as an 
intercompany account outflow since it reduces the net book value of the 
leased property. (When property is leased by a U.S. affiliate to its for- 
eign parent group, the flows recorded are the reverse of the preceding.) 

All intercompany account flows result from transactions between for- 
eign parent groups and U.S. affiliates. Equity account flows, however, 
may result from transactions between foreign parents and either the 
U.S. affiliate or unaffiliated U.S. persons. An example of the latter is a 
foreign parent's purchase of an affiliate's capital stock from an 
unaffiliated U.S. person, rather than from the affiliate itself. 

Equity and intercompany account flows exclude transactions among 
members of a foreign parent group or between the members of the 
group and other foreigners because such foreign-to-foreign transactions 
are not considered U.S. balance of payments transactions. Thus, if a 
foreign parent purchases additional capital stock in a U.S. affiliate 
from another foreign person, the foreign parent's ownership interest in 
the U.S. affiliate will increase, but no equity and intercompany account 
inflow is recorded. This transaction occurs entirely outside the United 
States. In addition, there is no net increase in foreign claims on the 
United States; rather, the foreign parent's claims have merely been sub- 
stituted for the claims of the other foreign person. (If this exchange in- 
volves more than one country, offsetting valuation adjustments are 
made to the direct investment position, reducing the position of the 
seller's country and increasing the position of the purchaser's country.) 

Equity and intercompany account inflows also exclude transactions 
between a U.S. affiliate and foreign persons other than the members of 
its (own) foreign parent group. For example, loans by a foreign bank to 
a U.S. affiliate in which the bank does not have a direct investment 
ownership interest, and loans by one foreign parent to another foreign 
parent's U.S. affiliate in which the first-mentioned foreign parent does 
not have a direct investment ownership interest, are excluded. 



Generally, equity and intercompany account flows are based on the 
books of U.S. affiliates. An exception is for changes in equity that do 
not involve transactions with the U.S. affiliate. For example, if the for- 
eign parent purchases or sells a U.S. affiliate's capital stock from or to 
an unaffiliated U.S. person, rather than from or to the U.S. affiliate it- 
self, the transaction would not be recorded on the U.S. affiliate's books 
at all. It would only be recorded on the foreign parent's books. For 
such transactions to be reported to BEA and included in equity and 
intercompany account inflows, data on the market value of the transac- 
tion from the parent's books must be used. 

In cases where reverse investment exists, treatment of reverse equity 
and reverse intercompany account flows is the same as that for the anal- 
ogous accounts in the direct investment position. (See discussion in the 
section on the direct investment position.) 

Equity and intercompany account inflows can be disaggregated into 
several subaccounts. First, they are disaggregated into those for equity 
and those for intercompany account. Second, equity inflows are disag- 
gregated to show increases in equity separately from decreases, and 
intercompany account inflows are disaggregated to show flows re- 
sulting from increases in U.S. affiliates' payables separately from 
flows resulting from increases in U.S. affiliates' receivables. Third, 
payables and receivables are disaggregated to show current flows sepa- 
rately from long-term flows. Certain transactions may affect two or 
more of these subaccounts simultaneously and by exactly offsetting 
amounts. Such transactions are "grossed up" — that is. the inflows and 
the offsetting outflows resulting from the transactions are recorded in 
the affected subaccounts rather than being netted to zero and not re- 
corded in any subaccount. However, because such gross flows are ex- 
actly offsetting, they have no net effect on equity and intercompany ac- 
count inflows as a whole. Examples of transactions that result in gross. 
but not net. flows are the capitalization of intercompany debt (which 
gives rise to an outflow on intercompany account and an inflow for (in- 
crease in) equity) and the conversion of current debt into long-term 
debt as a result of renewing, extending, or refinancing the debt for 
more than 1 year (which, for debt owed by the affiliate to the foreign 
parent group, gives rise to an outflow on current intercompany account 
and an inflow on long-term intercompany account). 

As a result of the change in the treatment of unincorporated affiliates 
discussed earlier, equity and intercompany account inflows to these af- 
filiates, which previously were shown together as a single summary ac- 
count, have, in this publication, been split into the equity, the 
intercompany account, and the reinvested earnings portions. (Previous- 
ly, reinvested earnings of unincorporated affiliates, unlike those of in- 
corporated affiliates, were included in equity and intercompany account 
inflows.) The equity inflows are now included, together with those to 
incorporated affiliates, in total equity inflows to all U.S. affiliates: the 
intercompany account inflows are included, together with those to in- 
corporated affiliates, in total intercompany account inflows to all U.S. 
affiliates; and reinvested earnings are included, together with rein- 
vested earnings of incorporated affiliates, as part of reinvested earnings 
of all U.S. affiliates. 

Reinvested earnings of U.S. affiliates are earnings less distributed 
earnings. Earnings are foreign parents' shares in the net income of their 
U.S. affiliates, after provision for U.S. income taxes. Net income and. 
therefore, earnings are taken from the books of the U.S. affiliate. A 
foreign parent's share in net income is based on its directly held equity 
interest in the U.S. affiliate. 

For incorporated U.S. affiliates, distributed earnings are dividends 
on common or preferred stock, before deduction of U.S. withholding 
taxes, whether paid out of current or past earnings. Dividends exclude 
stock and liquidating dividends. Stock dividends are excluded because 
they are not a remittance of earnings; rather, they are a capitalization of 
retained earnings — a substitution of one type of equity (capital stock) 
for another (retained earnings) — which reduces the amount of retained 



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earnings available for distribution, but leaves total owners' equity 
unehanged. Thus, stock dividends do not give rise to entries in the bal- 
ance of payments accounts. Liquidating dividends are excluded because 
they are a return of capital rather than a remittance of earnings. 
(Liquidating dividends are included instead as outflows in the direct in- 
vestment capital account.) For unincorporated affiliates, distributed 
earnings are earnings distributed to foreign parents, before deduction of 
U.S. withholding taxes, whether out of current or past earnings. 1 " 

Distributed earnings are based on the books of the U.S. affiliate. 11 
Since they are on an accrual basis, they are reported as of the date they 
are either paid to foreign parents or other members of the foreign parent 
groups or entered into intercompany accounts with the foreign parents 
or other members of the foreign parent groups, whichever occurred 
first. Distributed earnings are included whether they are paid in cash, 
through debt creation, or in kind. 

Earnings (less withholding taxes on distributed earnings) enter into 
direct investment income (see definition in the next section) because 
they are income to the foreign parent, whether they are reinvested or 
remitted to the parent. However, because earnings that are reinvested 
are not actually transferred to the foreign parent, but rather increase the 
parent's investment in its affiliate, an entry of equal magnitude but op- 
posite sign to that made in the direct investment income account is 
made in the direct investment capital account. 

The treatment of reinvested earnings of unincorporated affiliates in 
this publication differs from that in the past. Previously, reinvested and 
remitted earnings of unincorporated affiliates were not reported sepa- 
rately. Instead, ( 1 ) in the direct investment income account, total earn- 
ings of these affiliates were treated as though they were remitted, and 
(2) in the capital account, earnings that were actually reinvested rather 
than remitted were recorded, together with other inflows, as a transfer 
of cash or other assets by foreign parents to unincorporated affiliates 
and were included in equity and intercompany account inflows. In con- 
trast, in the benchmark survey, reinvested earnings of unincorporated 
affiliates were reported separately; they are excluded from equity and 
intercompany account inflows and instead are included, together with 
reinvested earnings of incorporated affiliates, as part of reinvested 
earnings of all U.S. affiliates. 12 

Direct investment income. — Direct investment income is the return 
on the foreign direct investment position in the United States — that is, 
it is the foreign parents' return on their debt and equity investment in 
their U.S. affiliates plus the return of other members of the foreign par- 
ent groups on their debt investment in U.S. affiliates. Direct investment 
income consists of earnings (that is, foreign parents' shares in the net 
income of their U.S. affiliates), less U.S. withholding taxes on distrib- 
uted earnings, plus interest (net of withholding taxes) on intercompany 
accounts of U.S. affiliates with their foreign parent groups (where in- 
terest is defined as interest paid by U.S. affiliates to their foreign par- 
ent groups, net of interest received by U.S. affiliates from their foreign 
parent groups). Direct investment income is reported as accrued. 

Direct investment income differs from earnings (as defined in the 
previous section) because it is defined from the viewpoint of the for- 



10. Distributed earnings of most unincorporated affiliates are not subject to US 
withholding taxes. One exception is U.S. withholding taxes on the distributed earnings 
of U.S. trusts that hold investments. The amount of such taxes reported in the bench- 
mark survey, however, was negligible 

I I Conceptually, for balance of payments purposes, data based on the books of the 
U S affiliate are probably preferable to data based on the books of the foreign parent or 
other members of the foreign parent group. This is because the US. affiliate's books 
more accurately reflect the timing of transactions needed for balance of payments 
purposes. 

For other purposes — such as the calculation of the foreign parent group's rate of re- 
turn on investment — it would be preferable to have data based on the books of the for- 
eign parent or other members of the foreign parent group In practice, however, since 
only U.S. affiliates, not foreign parents or other members of the group, report to BEA. 
virtually all reported data for the foreign direct investment in the United States accounts 
are based on the books of the U.S. affiliate 

12 Reinvested earnings of incorporated affiliates have been included in the US bal- 
ance of payments accounts since June 1978. at which time they were included retroac- 
tively to I960 on an annual basis and to 1970 on a quarterly basis 



eign parent group — that is, it is the return the foreign parent group re- 
ceives on its investment — whereas earnings are defined from the view- 
point of the affiliate — that is. they are (the foreign parent's share of) 
what the affiliate earns from its business. Thus, to derive direct invest- 
ment income, U.S. withholding taxes on the distributed earnings of 
U.S. affiliates must be subtracted from earnings, because they reduce 
the return of foreign parents, and interest (net of withholding taxes) on 
intercompany accounts must be added to earnings, because it increases 
the return of foreign parents and other members of the foreign parent 
group. Earnings (less withholding taxes on distributed earnings) are the 
foreign parents' return on their equity investment, while interest (net of 
withholding taxes) is the return of foreign parents and other members 
of the foreign parent groups on their debt investment in U.S. affiliates. 

U.S. withholding taxes on distributed earnings are taxes withheld by 
the U.S. Government on earnings distributed by U.S. affiliates to their 
foreign parents. As noted above, earnings are before, but direct invest- 
ment income is after, deduction of such taxes. 

Interest is interest paid or credited to foreign parents and other mem- 
bers of the foreign parent group on debt owed to them by U.S. affili- 
ates, less interest received from or credited by foreign parents and other 
members of the foreign parent group on debt owed by them to U.S. af- 
filiates, both after deduction of (U.S. or foreign) withholding taxes. In- 
terest receipts are netted against interest payments because, in the 
intercompany account component of the direct investment position, 
debt owed by foreign parent groups to U.S. affiliates is netted against 
debt owed by U.S. affiliates to foreign parent groups. For U.S. affili- 
ates that are banks, interest includes only net payments on the foreign 
parents' permanent invested debt capital. Interest includes net interest 
on capital leases between U.S. affiliates and their foreign parent groups 
because the outstanding capitalized value of such leases is included in 
the direct investment position. Interest is reported as accrued and is in- 
cluded in direct investment income whether paid in cash, through debt 
creation, or in kind. 

Table 10 shows direct investment income and the relationship among 
its components for all U.S. affiliates from the 1980 benchmark survey. 
When the U.S. balance of payments accounts are revised to incorporate 
the results of the 1980 benchmark survey, the two components of direct 
investment income that will appear directly in the accounts are: ( 1 ) dis- 
tributed earnings and interest (net of withholding taxes) (line 7 in table 
10) and (2) reinvested earnings (line 3). 

Table 10. — Direct Investment Income and Its Components 

[Millions of dollars] 



1 Earnings (2 + 3) 

2 Distributed earnings (4+6) 

3 Reinvested earnings (1 — 2) 

4 Withholding taxes on distributed earnings 

5. Interest (net of withholding taxes) 

6 Distributed earnings (net of withholding taxes) . 

7 Distributed earnings and interest (net of withholding taxes) (5+6) 

8 Income (1-4+5 or 3 + 7) 



amount 



6.455 
2,524 
3.931 
116 
893 
2.407 
3.300 
7.232 



Direct investment fees and royalties. — Direct investment fees and 
royalties are payments by U.S. affiliates, to their foreign parents and 
other members of their foreign parent groups, of royalties and license 
fees, service charges, rentals for the use of tangible property, and film 
and television tape rentals. Payments are net of fees and royalties re- 
ceived by U.S. affiliates from their foreign parent groups and are net of 
withholding taxes. Fees and royalties are reported as accrued. When 
funds are not actually transferred, offsetting entries are made in the eq- 
uity and intercompany accounts in the direct investment capital 
account. 

Payments are based on the books of the U.S. affiliate and are re- 
ported as of the date they are either paid to (or received from) the for- 
eign parent groups or entered into intercompany accounts with the for- 
eign parent groups, whichever occurred first. 



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Royalties and license fees include royalties, license fees, and other 
fees for the use or purchase of intangible property or rights, such as 
patents, industrial processes, trademarks, copyrights, franchises, de- 
signs, know-how, formulas, techniques, manufacturing rights, and 
other intangible assets or proprietary rights. Payments for the outright 
purchase of intangible property or rights have been included in royalties 
and licenses fees only since the first quarter of 1975; prior to that, they 
were excluded. 

Service charges are fees for services rendered — including manage- 
ment, professional, and technical services — and allocated expenses, 
such as research and development assessments. 

Rentals for the use of tangible property include total lease payments 
under operating leases of 1 year or less and net rent on operating leases 
of more than 1 year that have not been capitalized. From the viewpoint 
of the foreign parent groups, total lease payments for operating leases 
consist of net rent, which covers profit and administrative expenses, 
and depreciation, which is a return of capital. For operating leases of 
more than 1 year, only net rent is included in this account while depre- 
ciation is included as an equity and intercompany account outflow in 
the direct investment capital account. For operating leases of 1 year or 
less, total lease payments — both net rent and depreciation — are includ- 



ed in this account. Total lease payments are included because the value 
of property leased for 1 year or less is excluded from U.S. merchandise 
imports; because no capital imports from the foreign parent groups are 
recorded in the merchandise trade account, no subsequent return of 
capital to the foreign parent groups in the form of depreciation is re- 
corded in the direct investment capital account. Such depreciation is in- 
stead considered part of rentals — a payment for services rendered by, 
rather than a return of capital to, the foreign parent groups. 

Film and television tape rentals are rentals earned by foreign parents 
or other members of the foreign parent group on film and television 
tapes distributed through U.S. affiliates. When such film and television 
tapes are shipped by members of the foreign parent groups to U.S. af- 
filiates, they are treated, for balance of payments purposes, as being 
rented rather than sold, and payments for the tapes are considered pay- 
ments for services rather than payments for merchandise. This treat- 
ment is followed because the cost of the physical tapes themselves is 
usually very small; the value of the tapes derives mostly from the 
services — entertainment, education, and so on — that they provide. 
Thus, the cost of the film and television tapes is excluded from U.S. 
merchandise imports and rentals from the tapes are included in fees and 
royalties. 




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LIST OF TABLES 



Part I. U.S. Affiliate Financial and Operating 
Data— All U.S. Affiliates 

Group A. Selected Data 

A-l. Selected Financial and Operating Data of Affiliates, by 

Country and Industry of UBO 
A-2. Selected Financial and Operating Data of Affiliates, by 

Country and Industry of Foreign Parent 



Part II. U.S. Affiliate Financial and Operating 
Data — Nonbank U.S. Affiliates 

Group B. Balance Sheet 

B- 1 . Balance Sheet of Affiliates — Assets, Industry of Affili- 

ate by Account 

B-2. Balance Sheet of Affiliates — Liabilities and Owners' 
Equity, Industry of Affiliate by Account 

B-3. Balance Sheet of Affiliates — Assets, Country and In- 

dustry of UBO by Account 

B-4. Balance Sheet of Affiliates — Liabilities and Owners' 

Equity, Country and Industry of UBO by Account 

B-5. Balance Sheet of Affiliates — Assets. Country and In- 
dustry of Foreign Parent by Account 

B-6. Balance Sheet of Affiliates — Liabilities and Owners' 

Equity. Country and Industry of Foreign Parent by 
Account 

B-7. Total Assets of Affiliates, Industry of Affiliate by 
Country of UBO 

B-8. Total Assets of Affiliates, Country of UBO by Industry 
of Affiliate 

B-9. Total Assets of Affiliates, Industry of Affiliate by 
Country of Foreign Parent 

B-10. Total Assets of Affiliates, Industry of Affiliate by In- 
dustry of UBO 

B- 1 1 . Total Assets of Affiliates, Country of UBO by Industry 
of UBO 

B-12. Total Assets of Affiliates, Country of Foreign Parent by 
Country of UBO 

B-13. Total Liabilities of Affiliates, Industry of Affiliate by 
Country of UBO 

B-14. Owners' Equity of Affiliates, Industry of Affiliate by 
Country of UBO 

B- 15. Balance Sheet of Affiliates — Assets at Close FY 1979, 
Industry of Affiliate by Account 

B-16. Balance Sheet of Affiliates — Liabilities and Owners' 
Equity at Close FY 1979, Industry of Affiliate by 
Account 

B- 17. Balance Sheet of Affiliates — Assets at Close FY 1979, 
Country and Industry of UBO by Account 

B-18. Balance Sheet of Affiliates — Liabilities and Owners' 
Equity at Close FY 1979, Country and Industry of 
UBO by Account 

B-19. Balance Sheet of Affiliates— Assets at Close FY 1979, 
Country of Foreign Parent by Account 

B-20. Balance Sheet of Affiliates — Liabilities and Owners' 
Equity at Close FY 1979, Country of Foreign Parent by 
Account 



Group C. Composition of Kxternal Financial Position 

C— 1. External Financial Position of Affiliates, Selected In- 
dustry of Affiliate and Transactor by Account 

C-2. External Financial Position of Affiliates That Have 
UBO's in Canada, Selected Industry of Affiliate and 
Transactor by Account 

C-3. External Financial Position of Affiliates That Have 
UBO's in France, Selected Industry of Affiliate and 
Transactor by Account 

C-4. External Financial Position of Affiliates That Have 
UBO's in Germany. Selected Industry of Affiliate and 
Transactor by Account 

C-5. External Financial Position of Affiliates That Have 
UBO's in the Netherlands, Selected Industry of Affili- 
ate and Transactor by Account 

C-6. External Financial Position of Affiliates That Have 
UBO's in the United Kingdom, Selected Industry of 
Affiliate and Transactor by Account 

C-7. External Financial Position of Affiliates That Have 
UBO's in Switzerland, Selected Industry of Affiliate 
and Transactor by Account 

C-8. External Financial Position of Affiliates That Have 

UBO's in Japan, Selected Industry of Affiliate and 
Transactor by Account 



Group D. Property, Plant, and Equipment 

D-l. Property, Plant, and Equipment of Affiliates, Industry 
of Affiliate by Type and Where Carried in Balance 
Sheet 

D-2. Property, Plant, and Equipment of Affiliates, Country 
and Industry of UBO by Type and Where Carried in 
Balance Sheet 

D-3. Property, Plant, and Equipment of Affiliates. Country 
of Foreign Parent by Type and Where Carried in Bal- 
ance Sheet 

Gross Book Value of Property. Plant, and Equipment of 
Affiliates, Industry of Affiliate by Country of UBO 

D-5. Net Book Value of Property, Plant, and Equipment of 
Affiliates, Industry of Affiliate by Country of UBO 

D-6. Gross Book Value of Land Owned by Affiliates, Indus- 
try of Affiliate by Country of UBO 

D-7. Change in Property, Plant, and Equipment of Affiliates, 
Industry of Affiliate by Account 

D-8. Change in Property, Plant, and Equipment of Affiliates, 
Country and Industry of UBO by Account 

D-9. Property, Plant, and Equipment Expenditures by Affili- 
ates, Industry of Affiliate by Country of UBO 

D-10. Gross Book Value of Property. Plant, and Equipment of 
Affiliates. Industry of Affiliate by Use 

D- I 1 . Gross Book Value of Property, Plant, and Equipment of 
Affiliates, Country and Industry of UBO by Use 
*D- 12. Gross Book Value of Property. Plant, and Equipment of 

Affiliates. State by Use 
*D-13. Gross Book Value of Property, Plant, and Equipment of 

Affiliates. State by Industry of Affiliate 
*D- 14. Gross Book Value of Property, Plant, and Equipment of 

Affiliates, State by Country of UBO 
*D-15. Gross Book Value of Property, Plant, and Equipment of 

Affiliates. State by Industry of UBO 
*D-16. Gross Book Value of Property. Plant, and Equipment of 
Affiliates. State by Country of Foreign Parent 

'Contains data disaggregated by State 



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*D-17. Gross Book Value of Property, Plant, and Equipment 
Used for Agricultural and Forestry Purposes by Affili- 
ates, State by Industry of Affiliate 

*D-18. Gross Book Value of Property, Plant, and Equipment 
Used for Agricultural and Forestry Purposes by Affili- 
ates, State by Country of UBO 

*D-19. Gross Book Value of Property, Plant, and Equipment 
Used for Manufacturing by Affiliates, State by Industry 
of Affiliate 

*D-20. Gross Book Value of Property, Plant, and Equipment 
Used for Manufacturing by Affiliates, State by Country 
of UBO 

*D-21. Gross Book Value of Property, Plant, and Equipment 
Used for Commercial and Residential Purposes by Af- 
filiates, State by Industry of Affiliate 

*D-22. Gross Book Value of Property, Plant, and Equipment 
Used for Commercial and Residential Purposes by Af- 
filiates. State by Country of UBO 

*D-23. Number of Affiliates With Property, Plant, and Equip- 
ment, State by Size Class 

*D-24. Number of Affiliates With Property. Plant, and Equip- 
ment, State by Country of UBO 

*D-25. Number of Affiliates With Property, Plant, and Equip- 
ment, State by Use 

*D-26. Number of Affiliates With Property, Plant, and Equip- 
ment Used for Agricultural and Forestry Purposes, 
State by Country of UBO 

*D-27. Number of Affiliates With Property, Plant, and Equip- 
ment Used for Manufacturing, State by Country of 
UBO 

*D-28. Number of Affiliates With Property. Plant, and Equip- 
ment Used for Commercial and Residential Purposes, 
State by Country of UBO 
D-29. Property, Plant, and Equipment Expenditures by Affili- 
ates, Industry of Affiliate by Type 
D-30. Property, Plant, and Equipment Expenditures by Affili- 
ates, Country and Industry of UBO by Type 
D-31. Acres of Land Owned by Use, Acres of Land Leased 
for Agricultural Purposes, and Acres of Mineral Rights 
Owned or Leased, by Affiliates, by Industry of 
Affiliate 
D-32. Acres of Land Owned by Use, Acres of Land Leased 
for Agricultural Purposes, and Acres of Mineral Rights 
Owned or Leased, by Affiliates, by Country and Indus- 
try of UBO 
D-33. Acres of Land Owned by Affiliates, Industry of Affili- 
ate by Country of UBO 
D-34. Acres of Mineral Rights Owned or Leased From Others 
by Affiliates, Industry of Affiliate by Country of UBO 

*D-35. Acres of Land Owned by Use, and Acres of Mineral 
Rights Owned or Leased, by Affiliates, by State 

*D-36. Acres of Land Owned by Affiliates, State by Industry 
of Affiliate 

*D-37. Acres of Land Owned by Affiliates, State by Country of 
UBO 

*D-38. Acres of Land Owned by Affiliates, State by Industry 
of UBO 




"Contains data disaggregated by State 



Group E. Income Statement 

E-l. Income Statement of Affiliates. Industry of Affiliate by 

Account 
E-2. Income Statement of Affiliates, Country and Industry of 

UBO by Account 
E-3. Income Statement of Affiliates, Country of Foreign Par- 

ent by Account 
E-4. Total Income of Affiliates. Industry of Affiliate by 

Country of UBO 

Sales by Affiliates, Industry of Affiliate by Country of 

UBO 

Sales by Affiliates, Country of UBO by Industry of 

Affiliate 

Sales by Affiliates, Industry of Affiliate by Country of 

Foreign Parent 

Sales by Affiliates, Industry of Sales by Industry of 

Affiliate 

U.S. Income Taxes of Affiliates. Industry of Affiliate 

by Country of UBO 

Net Income of Affiliates. Industry of Affiliate by Coun- 
try of UBO 

Employment and Employee Compensation 

Employment and Employee Compensation of Affiliates. 

Industry of Affiliate by Type 

Employment and Employee Compensation of Affiliates. 

Country and Industry of UBO by Type 

Employment and Employee Compensation of Affiliates, 

Country of Foreign Parent by Type 

Employment of Affiliates. Industry of Affiliate by 

Country of UBO 

Employment of Affiliates. Country of UBO by Industry 

of Affiliate 

Employment of Affiliates. Industry of Affiliate by 

Country of Foreign Parent 
*F-7. Employment of Affiliates. State by Industry of Affiliate 

*F-8. Employment of Affiliates. State by Country of UBO 

*F-9. Employment of Affiliates. State by Industry of UBO 

*F-10. Number of Affiliates With Employment. State by Size 

Class 
*F-1 1 . Number of Affiliates With Employment. State by Coun- 
try of UBO 
F-12. Affiliates' Employees Covered by Collective Bar- 
gaining Agreements. Industry of Affiliate by Country of 

UBO 
F-13. Employee Compensation of Affiliates. Industry of Af- 
filiate by Country of UBO 
F-14. Wages and Salaries of Affiliates. Industry of Affiliate 

by Country of UBO 
* F— 1 5 . Wages and Salaries of Affiliates. State by Industry of 

Affiliate 
* F— 1 6 . Wages and Salaries of Affiliates. State by Country of 

UBO 
* F— 1 7 . Wages and Salaries of Affiliates. State by Industry of 

UBO 
F-18. Expenditures for Employee Benefit Plans of Affiliates. 

Industry of Affiliate by Country of UBO 
F- 1 9. Employment of Affiliates. Industry of Sales by Industry 

of Affiliate 
F-20. Employment of Affiliates. Industry of Sales by Country 

of UBO 
F-21 . Employment of Affiliates. Industry of Sales by Industry 

of UBO 




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F-22. Employment. Wages and Salaries, and Hours Worked 
Associated With Manufacturing Sales of Affiliates, In- 
dustry of Sales by Type 

F-23. Number of Production Workers Associated With Manu- 
facturing Sales of Affiliates. Industry of Sales by Coun- 
try of UBO 

F-24. Number of Production Workers Associated With Manu- 
facturing Sales of Affiliates, Industry of Sales by Indus- 
try of UBO 

F-25. Wages and Salaries Per Hour of Production Workers 
Associated With Manufacturing Sales of Affiliates, In- 
dustry of Sales by Country of UBO 

F-26. Wages and Salaries Per Hour of Production Workers 
Associated With Manufacturing Sales of Affiliates, In- 
dustry of Sales by Industry of UBO 



Group G. U.S. Merchandise Trade 

G-l. U.S. Merchandise Trade of Affiliates, Product, Whose 
Product, and Intended Use by Transactor 

G-2. U.S. Merchandise Trade of Affiliates, Country of Des- 
tination or Origin by Transactor 

G-3. U.S. Merchandise Trade of Affiliates, Industry of Af- 
filiate by Transactor 

G-4. U.S. Merchandise Trade of Affiliates, Country and In- 
dustry of UBO by Transactor 

G-5. U.S. Merchandise Trade of Affiliates. Country of For- 
eign Parent by Transactor 

G-6. U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates, Industry of Affili- 
ate by Country of UBO 

G-7. U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates to the Foreign Par- 
ent Group. Industry of Affiliate by Country of UBO 

G-8. U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates to Foreigners Other 
Than the Foreign Parent Group, Industry of Affiliate by 
Country of UBO 

G-9. U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates, Industry of Affiliate 
by Country of UBO 

G-10. U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates by the Foreign Par- 
ent Group, Industry of Affiliate by Country of UBO 

G-l 1. U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates by Foreigners Other 
Than the Foreign Parent Group, Industry of Affiliate by 
Country of UBO 

G-l 2. U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates. Industry of Affili- 
ate by Product and Whose Product 

G-l 3. U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates. Country and Indus- 
try of UBO by Product and Whose Product 

G-14. U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates to the Foreign Par- 
ent Group. Industry of Affiliate by Product and Whose 
Product 

G-l 5. U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates to the Foreign Par- 
ent Group, Country and Industry of UBO by Product 
and Whose Product 

G-l 6. U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates to Foreigners Other 
Than the Foreign Parent Group. Industry of Affiliate by 
Product and Whose Product 

G-17. U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates to Foreigners Other 
Than the Foreign Parent Group. Country and Industry 
of UBO by Product and Whose Product 

G-18. U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates, Country of Desti- 
nation by Industry of Affiliate 

G-19. U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates. Country of Desti- 
nation by Country of UBO 



G-20. U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates to the Foreign Par- 
ent Group, Country of Destination by Industry of 
Affiliate 

G-21. U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates to the Foreign Par- 
ent Group, Country of Destination by Country of UBO 

G-22. U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates to Foreigners Other 
Than the Foreign Parent Group, Country of Destination 
by Industry of Affiliate 

G-23. U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates to Foreigners Other 
Than the Foreign Parent Group, Country of Destination 
by Country of UBO 

G-24. U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates, Industry of Affiliate 
by Product 

G-25. U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates. Country and Indus- 
try of UBO by Product 

G-26. U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates by the Foreign Par- 
ent Group, Industry of Affiliate by Product and Whose 
Product 

G-27. U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates by the Foreign Par- 
ent Group, Country and Industry of UBO by Product 
and Whose Product 

G-28. U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates by Foreigners Other 
Than the Foreign Parent Group, Industry of Affiliate by 
Product 

G-29. U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates by Foreigners Other 
Than the Foreign Parent Group, Country and Industry 
of UBO by Product 

G-30. U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates, Industry of Affiliate 
by Transactor and Intended Use 

G-31. U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates, Country and Indus- 
try of UBO by Transactor and Intended Use 

G-32. U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates. Country of Origin 
by Industry of Affiliate 

G-33. U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates. Country of Origin 
by Country of UBO 

G-34. U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates by the Foreign Par- 
ent Group, Country of Origin by Industry of Affiliate 

G-35. U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates by the Foreign Par- 
ent Group, Country of Origin by Country of UBO 

G-36. U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates by Foreigners Other 
Than the Foreign Parent Group, Country of Origin by 
Industry of Affiliate 

G-37. U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates by Foreigners Other 
Than the Foreign Parent Group. Country of Origin by 
Country by UBO 



Group H. Miscellaneous 

H-l. Interest Receipts and Payments of Affiliates, by Indus- 

try of Affiliate 

H-2. Production Royalty Payments, Taxes Other Than In- 
come and Payroll Taxes, and Subsidies and Grants Re- 
ceived by Affiliates, by Industry of Affiliate 

H-3. Research and Development Expenditures by Affiliates, 
by Industry of Affiliate 

H-4. Interest Receipts and Payments of Affiliates, by Coun- 
try and Industry of UBO 

H-5. Production Royalty Payments, Taxes Other Than In- 
come and Payroll Taxes, and Subsidies and Grants Re- 
ceived by Affiliates, by Country and Industry of UBO 

H-6. Research and Development Expenditures by Affiliates, 
by Country and Industry of UBO 



25 



Part III. Direct Investment Position and Balance of 
Payments Data — All U.S. Affiliates 

Group I. Foreign Direct Investment Position in the United 
States 

1-1 . Foreign Direct Investment Position in the United States, 

Industry of Affiliate by Account 
1-2. Foreign Direct Investment Position in the United States, 

Country of Each Member of the Foreign Parent Group 

by Account 
1-3. Foreign Direct Investment Position in the United States, 

Industry of Affiliate by Country of Each Member of the 

Foreign Parent Group 
1-4. Foreign Direct Investment Position in the United States 

at Close FY 1979, Industry of Affiliate by Account 
1-5. Foreign Direct Investment Position in the United States 

at Close FY 1979, Country of Each Member of the For- 
eign Parent Group by Account 

Group J. Addition to the Foreign Direct Investment Position in 
the United States 

J-l. Addition to the Foreign Direct Investment Position in 

the United States, Industry of Affiliate by Component 

J-2. Addition to the Foreign Direct Investment Position in 

the United States, Country of Each Member of the For- 
eign Parent Group by Component 

J-3. Direct Investment Capital Inflows, Industry of Affiliate 

by Country of Each Member of the Foreign Parent 
Group 

J-4. Equity and Intercompany Account Inflows, Industry of 

Affiliate by Country of Each Member of the Foreign 
Parent Group 

J— 5. Reinvested Earnings, Industry of Affiliate by Country 

of Each Member of the Foreign Parent Group 

J-6. Equity and Intercompany Account Inflows, Industry of 

Affiliate by Account 



J-7. Equity and Intercompany Account Inflows, Country of 

Each Member of the Foreign Parent Group by Account 

J-8. Net Increase in Foreign Parents' Equity Holdings in Af- 

filiates as a Result of Transactions With U.S. Persons, 
Industry of Affiliate by Type 

J-9. Net Increase in Foreign Parents' Equity Holdings in Af- 

filiates as a Result of Transactions With U.S. Persons, 
Country of Each Member of the Foreign Parent Group 
by Type 

Group K. Direct Investment Income 

K-l. Direct Investment Income, Industry of Affiliate by 

Component 
K-2. Direct Investment Income, Country of Each Member of 

the Foreign Parent Group by Component 
K-3. Direct Investment Income, Industry of Affiliate by 

Country of Each Member of the Foreign Parent Group 

Group L. Direct Investment Fees and Royalties 

L-l. Direct Investment Fees and Royalties, Payments and 

Receipts by Affiliates, Industry of Affiliate by Type 
L-2. Direct Investment Fees and Royalties. Payments and 

Receipts by Affiliates, Country of Each Member of the 

Foreign Parent Group by Type 
L-3. Net Payments of Direct Investment Fees and Royalties 

by Affiliates, Industry of Affiliate by Country of Each 

Member of the Foreign Parent Group 

Part IV. Direct Investment Position and Balance of 
Payments Data — Nonbank U.S. Affiliates 

Group M. Selected Data 

M-l. Selected Direct Investment Position and Balance of 
Payments Data for Nonbank Affiliates, by Country of 
Each Member of the Foreign Parent Group 



26 



TABLES 



General notes to tables 



• Unless specified as being for the close of fiscal year (FY) 1979, bal- 
ances and direct investment position data are as of the close of FY 
1980; all other data are for FY 1980. See methodology for definition 
of a U.S. affiliate's 1980 fiscal year. 

• Detail may not add to totals because of rounding. 

• An asterisk "(*)" indicates a value between -$500,000 and 
+ $500,000, or less than 500 acres, as appropriate. 

• A "(D)" indicates that the data in the cell have been suppressed to 
f avoid disclosure of data of individual companies. 

• The coverage of a given table — whether all U.S. affiliates or only 
nonbank U.S. affiliates — is indicated in the upper right-hand corner 
of the table. 

• A foreign parent is the first person outside the United States in a 
U.S. affiliate's ownership chain that has a direct investment interest 
in the affiliate. 

• An ultimate beneficial owner (UBO) is that person, proceeding up a 
U.S. affiliate's ownership chain beginning with and including the 
foreign parent, that is not owned more than 50 percent by another 
person. 

• A foreign parent group consists of (1) the foreign parent, (2) any for- 
eign person, proceeding up the foreign parent's ownership chain, that 
owns more than 50 percent of the person below it, up to and includ- 
ing the UBO, and (3) any foreign person, proceeding down the own- 



ership chain(s) of each of these members, that is owned more than 50 
percent by the person above it. 

• The major industry "petroleum" includes all of the various three- 
digit BEA petroleum subindustries. All other major industries ex- 
clude these petroleum subindustries. For example, mining excludes 
crude petroleum (no refining) and gas; manufacturing excludes petro- 
leum and coal products; retail trade excludes gasoline service sta- 
tions; wholesale trade excludes petroleum wholesale trade, and so 
on. 

• In this publication, "finance, except banking" includes holding 
companies. 

• The individual countries or industries included in a country or indus- 
try group shown in the heading or stub of a table may be ascertained 
by referring to tables 8 and 9 (for countries) or tables 5 and 6 (for in- 
dustries) in the methodology. 

• OPEC is the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. The 
members of OPEC are: Algeria, Ecuador, Gabon, Indonesia, Iran, 
Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, and 
the United Arab Emirates. 

• In the tables disaggregated by State, "other territories and offshore" 
consists of the Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, U.S. off- 
shore oil and gas sites, and all other U.S. territories and possessions. 
The "foreign" category consists primarily of movable fixed assets 
temporarily located outside the United States and any foreign assets 
carried directly on the U.S. affiliates' books. 

• All footnotes follow the last table. 



27 



PARTI. 

U.S. Affiliate Financial and Operating 
Data— All U.S. Affiliates 



ALL U.S. AFF ILIA7 ES 



Table A-1. — Selected financial and Operating Data of Affiliates* by Country and Industry of UBO 



Millions of dollars 



Total 
assets 



Net 

inc ome 



Em- 
ployee 
c ompen- 
s a t ion 



Number of 
empl oyees 



Nonb ank s 



Mi I lions of dot lar s 



Total 
as set s 



Net 
i ncome 



Em- 
ployee 
compen- 
s at i on 



Number of 
employees 



Millions of dollars 



Total 
asset s 



Sales 
1/ 



Net 

i re or e 



Em- 
ployee 
co»pen- 
sat i on 



Nuaoe r 

of e« - 

cloy ees 



( 1 ) (2) 
1 

All countries/ all industries 521*972 436*155 



(3) (4) (5) 

9*918 4 1*522 2,112*123 



(9) 



(10) 



(13) 



(1 4) 



(15) 

78.191 



292*033 412*705 8*917 40*047 2,033*932 229,939 23,450 1,001 



1,4 75 



By country 

Canada 66,139 37,304 1,264 6,061 293,724 47,879 35,456 1,068 5,997 290,018 18,261 1,848 196 64 3,706 

Europe 285,440 270,571 5,989 29,820 1,519,727 186,081 259,414 5,645 28,958 1,477,099 99,359 11,157 344 862 42,628 

European Communities (9) 228,992 238*273 5*602 25*572 1*297*049 157*959 230*040 5,431 24,942 1,266,721 71,032 8,233 171 630 30,328 

Belgium (D) (D) (0) (0) <D> 4,120 5,469 131 472 25,383 (D) (0) (0) (D) CO) 

Denmark (D> <D> (D) 218' (0) 524 940 4 215 14,890 (0) (0) (0) 3 (0) 

France 41,101 42*46B 293 4,780 210,401 25,654 40,806 280 4,697 206,359 15,447 1,662 13 83 4,042 

■ — Germany 38,801 46*663 180 7*068 376*720 31,196 45,620 196 7,039 375,865 7,605 1,043 -16 29 855 

Ireland ( D) <0) -1 155 (D) 413 584 1 153 8,918 (0) (0) -2 2 (D) 

Italy 11,887 3,821 -96 (D) 16,260 2,473 2,692 -120 363 15,575 9,415 1,129 lit (D) 685 

luinbourg 883 901 -2 88 4,806 883 901 -2 88 4,806 C 

Netherlands 40,030 39,090 1,795 4*319 187*808 36*103 38*618 1*778 4*293 186*688 3*927 472 17 26 1»12C 

- — United Kingdom 84,876 97,827 3,276 8,010 447,591 56,594 94,410 3,162 7,623 428,237 28,282 3,417 113 387 19,354 

Other Europe 56,449 32,298 387 4,248' 222,678 28,122 29,373 213 4,016 210,378 28,327 2,925 174 232 12,30C 

Austria 330 242 -5 28 1*304 330 242 -5 28 1*304 

Finland 380 179 -5 34 2,875 380 179 -5 34 2,875 C 

Liechtenstein 361 396 -12 63 3,058 361 396 -12 63 3,058 C 

Norway 335 370 -9 63 3,257 335 370 -9 63 3,257 C 

Spain 5,094 614 45 79 5,232 180 119 1 12 751 4,913 495 44 67 4,481 

Sweden 4,087 6,897 58 830 41,672 4,087 6,897 58 830 41,672 C 

Switzerland 44*322 22*966 310 3*105 162,293 22*031 20*627 185 2*947 154.813 22,291 2,339 125 158 7,480 

Other 1,540 635 6 46 2,987 417 544 (•) 40 2,648 1,123 91 5 7 339 

-Japan 97,950 90,967 882 2*342 125*335 27*626 84*207 729 2*140 115*258 70,324 6,760 154 202 10,077 

Australia* N. Zealand* 8 S.Africa 7*982 16*422 700 630 29*511 6*973 16*350 677 624 29*231 1*009 72 24 6 28C 

Latin America 24*781 9,842 461 1,458 76,789 7,766 8,153 315 1,413 74*456 17*015 1,688 146 45 2,333 

South S Central America 19*538 5*953 (D> 431 22*573 3*516 4*355 17 399 21*084 16*023 1*597 (D) 32 1*489 

Argentina 6,549 770 (D> (0) 1,040 149 88 -1 10 769 6,400 682 (0) (0) 271 

Brazil 4,532 1,064 62 18 801 113 629 -11 6 281 4,419 436 73 12 52C 

Mexico 4,504 971 -3 83 4,085 674 661 -16 80 3*939 3*830 310 13 3 146 

Panama (0) 1*400 35 231 (0) 1*611 1*397 35 230 12,157 (0) 3 (•) 1 (0) 

Venezuela 1,257 1,086 (0) 23 1*280 534 (0) 4 19 1,109 722 (0) (0) * 171 

Other (D) 661 9 <D> (D) 434 (0) 5 55 2,829 (0) (D) 4 (D) (D) 

Other Western Hemisphere 5,243 3,889 (D) 1,026 54,216 4*250 3*798 298 1*013 53*372 993 91 (0) 13 844 

Bahamas 864 1,161 -22 209 17,771 864 1,161 -22 209 17,771 C 

Bermuda 514 (D) 1 (D) <D> 514 (D) 1(D)(0) C 

Netherlands Antilles 3,734 (0) (0) (D> (0) 2,742 (D) 327 (0) <0) 993 91 (0) 13 844 

U.K. Islands, Caribbean .... 122 61 -9 17 1,571 122 61 -9 17 1,571 C 

Other 8 12 (*) 5 (D) 8 12 (*) 5 (0) C 

Middle East 14,508 3,914 55 566 29,234 7,273 3,305 27 454 22,800 7,235 609 28 113 6,434 

Israel 4,511 852 (0) 106 5,078 681 589 17 68 3*346 3*831 264 (0) 38 1,7*2 

Other 9*997 3*061 (D) 460 24,156 6*593 2*716 11 386 19*454 3*404 345 (0) 74 4,702 

Kuwait 822 181 8 35 2,744 822 181 8 35 2,744 C 

Lebanon 512 372 -9 72 3,997 512 372 -9 72 3,997 C 

Saudi Arabia (D) (D) (0) 335 15,709 4,941 1,956 23 263 11,089 (0) CD) (D) 72 4,62C 

United Arab Emirates 118 34 -6 (D) ( D ) 118 34 -6 (D) (D> 

Other ( D> (D) -5 (D) (D) 201 173 -5 (D) (D) (0) (0) (•) 2 82 

Other Africa, Asia, S Pacific .. 19,577 3,888 125 387 24,694 2,840 2,572 16 204 11,961 16,737 1,315 109 183 12,733 

Other Africa 107 33 3 7 486 107 33 3 7 486 

Other Asia & Pacific 19,470 3,854 122 380 24,208 2,733 2,539 13 197 11,475 16,737 1,315 109 183 12,733 

Hong Kong (D) (0) 117 (D> <D) 1*212 1*048 32 137 8,542 (D) (D) 85 (D) <0) 

Philippines 756 574 -13 37 1*628 239 521 -10 (D) (0) 517 54 -3 (D ) <0 ) 

South Korea 3*578 1*088 -6 38 1*858 1.124 835 -12 28 1*375 2*454 253 5 " 483 

Other <D> <D) 24 (D) (D) 159 136 2 (0) (0) (0) (D) 21 12 (D ) 

United States 5*594 3*248 442 258 13*109 5*594 3*248 442 258 13,109 

Addendum--OP£C 11,099 3,770 63 415 21*420 6*670 3*289 28 333 16*284 4,429 481 35 63 5,136 

By industry 

Government 34,658 10.705 -85 1*676 60*045 7*319 7*784 -196 1*588 56*072 27,339 2,921 110 87 3,973 

Individuals, estates, 8 trusts . 62,726 44*629 1,074 5,674 335*516 43*843 42,502 973 5,376 318,064 18,883 2,127 101 297 17,452 

Petroleum 45*941 48*916 4*230 2.857 103*924 45*941 48*916 4*230 2*857 103*924 C 

Agriculture 592 1*959 -29 86 5*715 592 1,959 -29 86 5,715 C 

dining 8*745 18*805 506 988 42*862 8*745 18*805 506 988 42,862 

Construction 2,418 4,133 -18 798 35,965 2,418 4,133 -18 798 35,965 C 

Manufacturing 76,580 103,170 738 17,393 861,017 76*580 103*170 738 17*393 861*017 C 

Transp.* con., & pub. utilities (D) 6*244 -45 1*097 ( D) 3,695 6,239 -45 1,096 53,604 (D) 5 (*) (D ) 

Wholesale and retail trade 20,185 85*038 434 2,792 175,261 20*185 85*038 434 2,792 175,261 C 

Banking 192,245 59,891 972 1*380. 69,845 11,931 41,853 190 314 14,310 180,315 16*039 782 1*066 5 5.535 

Holding companies 25.527 33,437 1,228 4,785 248,429 23,238 33,191 1.224 4.773 247.821 2.290 246 4 13 606 

Other finance and insurance (D) 13.983 839 1.185 (0) 37.000 13.871 836 1,174 60,272 (D) 112 3 (D ) 

Real estate 8,146 2,429 54 300 14,219 8,146 2,429 54 300 14,219 C 

Services 2,400 2,815 20 510 44.826 2.400 2.815 20 510 44,826 C 



30 



ALL U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table A-2. --Sel ec t ed Financial and Operating Data of Affiliates* by Country and industry of foreign Parent 



Milli ons of do I la rs 



Total 
assets 



Net 

income 



Em- 
ployee 
c ompen- 
sat ion 



Number of 
empl oyees 



Millions of dollars 



Total 
assets 



Net 

i ncome 



Em- 
ployee 

C ompen- 
sat ion 



Number of 
empl oyee s 



Millions of dollars 



Total 
assets 



Sales 
1/ 



Net 
income 



Em- 
ployee 
compen- 
sat ion 



Number 
of em- 
ployees 



(2) (3) (4) (5) 

521,972 436,155 9,918 41.522 2,112,123 



I?) (8) C9> 

292.033 412,705 8,917 40,047 



'mii cm (i2> <i3) <i4) 

2,033,932 229,939 23,450 1,001 1,475 



(15) 

78,191 



All countries, all industries 



By country 

Canada 59,740 32,658 765 4,747 221,830 41,479 30.810 569 4,683 218,124 18,261 1,848 196 64 3,706 

Europe 298,536 280,935 7,062 30,181 1,544,761 188,301 269,060 6,658 29,189 1,492,392 110,235 11,874 403 992 52,365 

European Communities <9> 249,564 251,902 6,766 26,019 1,329,405 161,701 242,183 6,496 25,205 1,286,673 87,864 9.719 271 814 42,732 

Belgium (0) (0) <D> (D) (D) 3,955 5,308 120 472 25,239 CD) CO) 10) CD) ID) 

Denmark (D) <D) (D) 209. (D) 500 915 6 206 14,451 (0) CO) CO.) 3 10) 

France 33,915 33,746 215 3, 358* 132,787 19,487 32,190 202 3,296 130,098 14,428 1,556 13 62 2,689 

Germany 35,271 42,842 116 6,31Q 344,186 27,665 41,799 132 6,281 343,331 7,605 1,043 -16 29 855 

Ireland (D) (0) -1 155 (D) 406 592 2 153 8,922 CO) CD) -2 2 CO) 

Italy 9,865 1.616 28 95 4.600 4S0 487 4 74 3.915 9,415 1,129 24 21 685 

Luxembourg <D) (D) -18 (0) (0) 1,326 1,392 -21 141 6,384 CD) CO) 3 CO) CD) 

Netherlands 86,406 88,917 5,153 7,565 358,533 65,539 86,947 5,038 7,352 344,759 20,867 1,970 115 213 13,774 

United Kingdom 70,512 75,954 1,125 7,613 428,678 42,372 72,553 1,013 7,229 409,574 28,140 3,401 112 384 19,104 

Other Europe 48,972 29,033 295 4,162 215.356 26.600 26.878 162 3.984 205,719 22,372 2,155 133 178 9,637 

Austria 292 218 -4 21 881 292 218 -4 21 881 

Finland 232 170 -8 30 2,598 232 170 -8 30 2,598 C 

Liechtenstein 289 (D) -1 32 1,844 289 CD) -1 32 1,844 

Norway 333 359 -9 55 3,075 333 359 -9 55 3,075 

Spain 4,982 588 49 74 4,946 110 ( D) 6 9 525 4,871 CO) 43 66 4,421 

Sweden 3,959 6,663 64 798 40,301 3,959 6,663 64 798 40,301 C 

Switzerland 37,444 20,267 196 3,106 158,763 21,067 18,694 112 3,001 153,866 16,377 1,573 84 105 4,877 

Other 1,442 <D> 9 46 2,948 319 526 3 39 2,609 1,123 CO) 5 7 339 

Japan 97,893 90,917 882 2,328' 124,385 27,569 84,157 728 2,127 114,308 70,324 6,760 154 202 10,077 

Australia, N.Zealand, S S.Africa 2.508 <D» 167 185 12,694 1,499 1,219 143 179 12,414 1,009 CO) 24 6 28C 

Latin America 47,598 25,803 940 3,691 186,940 29,879 24,053 796 3,635 183,902 17,719 1,750 144 56 3,038 

f 

South & Central America 19,066 ( D) 158 416 22,424 3,043 (D) 20 383 20,935 16,023 (0) 138 32 1,489 

Argentina 6,456 692 CD) 7 ( D) 56 10 C«) 1 CD) 6,400 682 CO) 6 (0) 

Brazil 4,504 1,006 67 15 681 84 (D) CD) 3 161 4,419 CD) CD) 12 520 

Mexico 4,268 851 4 68 3,345 438 541 -9 65 3,199 3,830 310 13 3 146 

Panama (0) 1,898 28 290 (D) 2,207 1,896 28 290 15,850 CO) 3 C«) 1 CD) 

Venezuela 869 CD) (D) (D) 849 146 59 4 CO) 678 722 CO) CO) CO) 171 

Other (D) 268 7 CD) CD) 112 CD) CD) CD) CO) CO) CO) CO) CO) CD) 

Other Western Hemisphere 28,532 (0) 782 3,276 164,516 26,836 CD) 776 3,251 162,967 1,696 CO) 6 24 1,549 

Bahamas (D) (0) (0) 141 (0) CD) (0) CO) 141 CO) 

Bermuda 7,193 3,671 (D) 543 26,354 7,193 3,671 CD) 543 26,354 C 

Netherlands Antilles (D) (0) 421 CD) (0) 13,254 13,431 420 2,046 96,800 CD) CO) 1 CD) CD) 

U.K. Islands, Caribbean .... < at (0) 2 (0) CD) 5,640 2,317 -4 517 28,069 CD) CO) 5 CD) CD) 

Other (D) (D) 1 5 (D) CD) (0) 1 5 CD) C 

Middle East 8,600 2,220 58 237 12,423 1,365 1,611 30 124 5,989 7,235 609 26 113 6,434 

Israel 4,410 793 (D) 101 4,859 5 79 529 15 63 3,127 3,831 264 CD) 38 1,732 

Other 4,190 1,427 <0) 136 7,564 786 1,082 15 61 2,862 3,404 345 CO) 74 4,702 

Kuwait 438 <D) 15 (D) (0) 438 CD) 15 CD) CD) C 

Lebanon 2 (♦) <•) 2 < •) C») C 

Saudi Arabia 3,420 <0) 19 119 6,651 CD) (D) CO) CD) CD) (0) CO) CO) CD) (0) 

United Arab Emirates (0) 4 (0) 1 (0) ( D) 4 <D) 1 CD) C 

Other (D) (D) 1 (0) <D> <0) 40 1 1 111 (D) CO) (•) CD) CD) 

Other Africa, Asia, & Pacific .. 7,097 (D) 44 153 9,090 1,940 1,795 -8 111 6,803 5,157 CD) 52 42 2,287 

Other Africa 251 <D> 5 28 1,372 251 (0) 5 28 1,372 

Other Asia & Pacific 6,846 2,189 39 125 7,718 1,689 (0) -13 83 5,431 5,157 CO) 52 42 2,287 

Hong Kong 1,480 594 33 62 4,364 442 504 4 49 3,577 1,037 90 29 13 787 

Philippines 422 314 -8 10 476 84 (0) -4 3 135 339 (0) "3 7 341 

South Korea 3,571 1,088 -6 38 1,849 1,118 835 -11 27 1,366 2,454 253 5 11 483 

Other 1,373 193 20 16 1,029 45 38 -2 4 353 1,328 155 21 12 676 

Addendum--OPEC 5,372 1,628 54 158 8,769 942 1,147 19 75 3,633 4,429 481 35 83 5,136 

By industry 

Government (D) (0) (D) 59 CD) 1,019 1,091 27 56 2,296 CD) CD) ID) 3 CO) 

Individuals, estates, 5 trusts . 17,660 16,099 185 1,111 62,725 8,536 15,159 138 943 53,261 9,124 940 47 168 9,464 

Petroleum 32,092 37.352 2.052 2.264 75,670 32,092 37,352 2,052 2,264 75,670 

Agriculture 596 1,938 -27 81 5,431 596 1,938 -27 81 5,431 C 

Mining 3,325 2,989 -47 594 28,211 3,325 2,989 -47 594 28,211 

Construction 2,152 3,493 5 589. 28,544 2,152 3,493 5 589 28,544 

Manufacturing 68,003 93,664 305 15,603 742,312 68,003 93,664 305 15,603 742,312 

Transp., com.- '. pub. utilities (0) 3.472 -33 1.214 (D) 3,787 3,467 -34 1,212 59,115 (0) 5 C*) 1 CD) 

Wholesale and retail trade 20,762 97,703 480 2,750 173,358 20,762 97,703 480 2,750 173,358 

Banking 216,245 41,436 1,014 (0) 68,623 11,032 (0) 117 292 13,375 205,214 CO) 897 CD) 55,248 

Holding companies CD) 117,061 (D) 13,198 ( D) 90,929 116,070 5,026 13,020 701,970 CD) 990 CO) 178 CO) 

Other finance and insurance .... (D) (0) 818 CD) <0) 41,083 (D) 818 1,844 90,657 CO) CD) CO CO) CO) 

Real estate 7,344 2,005 55 278' 13,274 7,344 2,005 55 278 13,274 

Services 1,372 2,076 2 520 46,458 1,372 2,076 2 520 46,458 



31 



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PARTH. 

U.S. Affiliate Financial and Operating 
Data — Nonbank U.S. Affiliates 



NONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table B-1 .--Balance Sheet of A f f i I i at e s--A s se t s . Industry of Affiliate by Account 

[Millions of dollarsj 



Current assets 



Cash 
items 



Current receivables 



Trade 
ac counts 
and 
trade 
not es 
receiv- 
able 



I nven- 
tones 



Noncurrent assets 



Proper- 
ly 
pi an 1 . 

and 
equip- 
ment* 
net 



Equity 
invest- 
nent in 

other 

U.S. 
atfi li- 

ates 



Equity 
invest- 
ment in 
f or e l yn 
busi- 
ness 
enter- 
prises 



Other 
non- 
current 
invest- 
ments 



Trade 
accounts 
a nd 
trade 
no t es 
receiv- 
able 



(3) (4) (5) (6) 

11*389 66/361 59,420 6/840 

169 628 438 190 

55 75 (D) <0) 

85 405 263 142 

30 148 (0) ( 0) 



(10) 



(11) 
4,674 
74 



(12) 

9,279 



(0) 
(D) 



< 0) 



(13) 

7,464 

52 
( 0) 
CD) 

(•) 



<1 4) 
4 ,942 

(0) 

( 0) 
< 0) 



11 5) 

1 3, 1 1 5 

2U1 
67 
(0) 
(0) 



All industries 292,033 164,073 



Mining ........ 

Metal mining 
Coal 



Nonmetallic minerals, ex. fuels 



6,813 
1 ,466 
3,205 
2,143 



1 ,520 
330 
695 

49S 



41,665 44,759 127,960 88,485 



4,' i 
14 ! 

88 

,'4 5 



250 
57 

118 
75 



5,293 
1 ,136 
2,509 
1 ,648 



3,770 

1,015 

1 ,785 

969 



< 0) 



63 



( u) 



Petroleum 44,060 14,403 

Oil 8 gas extraction 2,712 < D) 

Crude pet. (no refin.) S gas 1,589 (0) 

Oil 8 gas field services ... 1,124 312 

Petroleum & coal products mfg. 33,273 (0) 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 6,007 3,315 

Other 2,067 <D) 



Manufacturing 81,684 

Food & kindred products 8,203 4,271 

Grain mill & bakery products 873 361 

Beverages .................. 3,564 1,654 

Other 3,767 2,257 

Chemicals & allied products .. 26,086 10,142 

Industrial chemicals 14,544 5,687 

Drugs 2,500 1,066 

Soap, cleaners, 8 toiletries 2,878 1,296 

Agricultural chemicals ..... 4,845 (D) 

Other 1,320 (D) 



(0> 
CD) 

(0) 

64 
602 
1 73 

( 0) 



39,987 2,367 



279 
25 
79 

1 75 

454 
278 
51 
75 
34 
15 



6,674 

338 

145 

193 

3, 9.1 4 

2,328 

95 

16,108 

1,538 
145 
640 
753 

4,253 

2,461 
391 
458 
724 
219 



5,718 
279 
116 
163 

(D) 

(D) 
45 

1 4,521 

1,320 
140 
(D ) 
CD) 

3,711 

2,081 
339 
424 

(0) 

(D) 



956 
59 

,'v 
30 

(D) 

(D) 
50 

1,587 

218 
5 

(0) 
<0) 

541 

380 

52 

34 
( D) 

<0 ) 



2,830 
36 
18 
18 

2,077 

698 

20 



2,203 
171 
842 

1,190 

4,858 

2,717 
585 
61 3 

( D) 

CD) 



(D) 
(D) 

< D) 

38 
CD) 

116 
( D) 



18,870 2,641 



251 
19 
93 

1 59 

578 
232 

38 
150 
105 

53 



29,656 
(D) 
< D) 

81 1 
(D) 
2,692 
( D) 



3,932 

51 2 

1,910 

1 ,509 

1 5,944 
8,857 
1 ,434 
1 ,581 
( 0) 
(0) 



27,126 

(0) 
( D) 

652 
(0) 
2,425 
( D) 



223 
23 



41,697 30,689 



2,746 

(0) 

(0) 

( Ds 

(D> 

< D) 
1,101 

782 
(0) 

466 



CD) 
<t>) 
(D) 



15 

5 



4 8 
236 

(D) 

2 

(D) 

CD) 



1,162 
1 1 7 
< D) 
CD) 
<D) 
CD) 
CD) 

3,428 

(D) 
( •) 
(0) 



1,218 
44 7 

(D) 
1 51 

(0) 

ID ) 



231 
38 

14 
25 

CD) 
73 

( D) 

534 

53 

26 

4 

23 

131 

24 



CO) 
(D) 



58 
30 
23 

7 
23 

5 
( •) 

672 

34 
1 
4 

29 

218 

157 
( D) 

1 

( D) 





85? 
81 
(0) 
CD) 
(D) 

1 uc 

(D) 

5,219 

CD) 
<D) 
(D) 
CD) 

(D) 

(0) 
268 
64 2 

(D) 
97 



Primary & fabricated metals .. 

Primary metal industries ... 

Ferrous .... .............. 

Nonferrous 

Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery .................... 

Machinery, except electrical 

Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Office & computing mach. . 

Other 

Electric & electronic equip. 

Radio, TV, & coram, equip. 

Electronic components .... 

Other 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products 8 apparel . 
Lumber & furniture ......... 

Paper 8 allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber & plastics products . 

Stone, clay & glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 

Motor vehicles 8 equipment 

Other 

Instruments 8 related prods. 
Other 



Wholesale trade ............. 

Motor vehicles & equipment 
Metals & minerals ......... 

Other durable goods ....... 

Farm-product raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade ................... 

Food strs.,eat. & drink. places 
Retail trade, nee 



Finance, except banking 



Ins urance 



Rea I estate 



Other industries ............... 

Agriculture .................. 

Forestry is fishing 

Construction ................. 

Transportation ............... 

Communication & pub. utilities 
Services ..................... 

Hotels & oth. lodging places 

Business services .......... 

Motion pictures 5 TV tape .. 

Engineering & architecture . 

Other 



10,277 
7,595 
2,257 
5,337 
2,682 

17,427 
7,645 
1 ,863 
1 ,238 
1 ,201 
3,342 
9,782 
2,512 
4,456 
2,815 

19,690 

1 ,078 

535 
3,416 

2 ,064 
1 ,309 
4,436 
4,476 
3,265 
1 ,212 
1 ,357 
1 ,019 

50,068 
10,308 
15,081 
13,373 
7,196 
4,111 

9,685 
4,551 
5,135 

32,291 

36,240 

19,872 

11 ,320 

1 ,615 

101 

2,596 

2,388 

248 

4,372 

1 ,256 

1 ,571 

234 

443 

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5,008 
3,658 
1 ,017 
2,641 
1,350 

10,919 
5,027 
1 ,010 
874 
819 
2,323 
5,892 
1 ,537 
2.577 
1 ,779 

9,646 

670 

302 

1 ,034 

977 

726 

1 ,752 

2,703 

1 ,889 

814 

840 

641 

40,262 

8,244 

11 ,478 

1 1 ,321 

5,975 

3,244 

4,821 
1 ,884 
2,937 

26,655 



5,527 

4 ,586 

383 

12 

1 ,793 

874 

69 

1 ,456 

203 

573 

90 

289 

301 



401 
168 
63 
106 
232 

bib 
353 

53 

44 
125 
131 
283 

39 
194 

50 

598 
49 
24 
37 

1 l 1 
44 
76 

176 

1 32 
44 
49 
32 

2,394 
314 
756 
688 
411 
225 

639 

417 

2,617 

740 

603 

(D) 

48 

5 

185 

(D) 

1 5 

352 

111 

76 

5 

98 

62 



1,891 
1,372 

363 
1,010 

519 

4,733 

2,177 

373 

357 

299 

1,148 

2,556 

674 

1,169 

713 

3,693 
242 
127 
445 

4 4 6 

291 
739 

856 
626 
2 1 
343 
224 

1 8,710 
2,998 
6,617 
5,1 18 
2,314 
1,663 

1,160 

155 

1,005 



3,935 

958 

2,017 

162 

5 

625 

486 

23 
717 

57 
279 

47 
154 
179 



1,768 

1 ,288 

332 

956 

4 8 

4,433 

2,043 

357 

340 

286 

1 ,061 

2,390 

581 

1,122 

687 

3,288 
222 
1 19 
398 
415 
272 
706 
639 
507 
1 5 1 
317 
201 

1 6,442 
2,769 
5,535 

4,680 
2,069 
1,388 

1,101 
1 44 
956 

1 5,542 

3.433 

521 

1,706 
138 
2 
542 
425 
17 
581 

,.4 

227 
(D) 

1 33 
<D) 



123 
84 
31 
54 
39 

.5 
134 
16 
18 
1 4 
87 
166 
93 
48 
26 

405 

20 

8 

47 

32 

20 

5 5 

197 

1 18 

79 

26 

23 

2,268 
229 

1.082 
438 
245 
275 

59 
11 
48 

529 

502 

4 5? 

311 
23 

2 
83 
61 

6 

136 

13 

53 

(D) 

21 
(D) 



2.316 
1 .815 

530 
1.285 

501 

5,069 

2,286 

565 

4 1 

361 

951 
2,782 

724 
1,078 

980 

4,424 
362 
128 
446 
325 
345 
654 
1,472 
1,053 
418 
5V8 
295 

16,200 
4,301 
3,511 
4,954 
2.271 
1.164 

2,732 
1.292 
1 .440 

1 

3 

1 7 

539 

1 20 

1 

1 26 

85 

18 

190 

12 

89 

(D) 

18 
(D) 



400 
30 2 

61 
241 

98 

481 

210 

19 

63 

34 

94 

271 

101 

135 

35 

931 
1 8 
23 

107 
94 
46 

283 

220 
78 

141 
50 
90 

2.95 8 
631 
594 
561 
979 
193 

291 

216 

75 

7,967 

21,633 

3.949 

( D) 
54 
1 
857 
(D) 
13 
197 
24 
129 
( D) 

18 
(D) 



5,269 
3,937 
1,241 
2,696 
1 ,332 

6,508 

2,619 

853 

564 

382 

1,01 9 
3.890 
975 
1 .879 
1 .036 

10.044 

408 

233 

2.382 

1 .086 

583 

2,685 

1 ,773 

1 ,376 

398 

517 

377 

9,807 
2,064 
3,603 
2,052 
1.221 
866 

4.864 
2.666 
2.198 

5.635 

9.928 

14 .345 

6,734 
1,232 

90 
803 

1 ,513 

180 

2 ,916 
1 ,053 

997 

1 44 

154 

S68 



4,235 
3,342 
(D) 
<D) 

893 

CD) 

1,737 
426 
268 
277 
766 

CD) 
41 1 

CD) 
728 

(0) 
340 

(D) 

2,107 
654 
493 

(0) 

1 ,04 1 
840 
201 
251 
245 

5,114 
1,654 
(0) 
1,343 

( D) 

( D I 

3,517 

(D> 

CD) 



462 

12,283 

5,168 
( D) 
CD) 
( 0) 
1,285 

125 
2,242 

979 

71 1 
33 
75 

442 



93 
67 
3 
65 
25 

367 
179 



1 
CD) 

188 
CO) 
CD) 
(0) 

273 
(D) 
(*) 



(0) 

CD ) 

( l>> 

(0) 

1 
2 

670 

(0) 

413 

62 

24 

CD) 



21 
(0) 
(0) 

1,515 

222 

526 

268 
25 
3 
47 
24 
( •) 
169 
2 
(0) 
CO) 
(0) 

(«) 



381 
225 
4 
222 
155 

537 
31 2 

16 1 
49 
(0) 
CD) 

225 
(0) 

60 
(0) 

(0) 

1 6 
(0) 
CO) 
(0) 

10 

(0) 

267 

213 

54 

151 

62 

1 ,948 
8o 

1, 567 

63 

193 

40 

CD) 
CO) 

(0) 



40 
37 



/4 

72 



191 
25 


16 

1 1 

139 
(0) 

48 
<•) 
( t>) 
<D) 



CD) 

CD) 



135 

46 
(0) 
(•) 

4 
(0) 



ID) 
(D) 

16 

174 
5 

29 
24 

10 
7 
CD) 

29 
(0) 
(0) 

29 
(0) 

371 

49 
100 

54 
1 26 

42 

4V 
4U 

iu 

810 

4,642 

549 

227 
32 

<D> 

1 12 
(0) 



54 

10 

21 

( • ) 

5 
16 



( D ) 
CD) 



1 54 

42 

5 

3 

( 0) 

CD) 

1 12 
( 0) 
CD) 
CD) 

193 
( •) 

( • ) 
( D) 

10 
( D) 
CD) 

< D ) 
( • ) 
I D) 
C 0) 

2 

645 

( 0) 

388 

96 

63 

( D) 

64 
52 
12 

1 .482 

645 

535 

( D) 

( D) 

2 

51 

37 

3 

147 

( D) 

13 

< D) 

3 
( 0) 



447 
1 93 
56 
1 38 
253 

(D) 
302 

(0) 

li 

(0) 

CO) 

(0) 
281 
351 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

5 

1 4 7 
(0) 
(0 ) 

223 
(0) 
(0) 
CD) 
CO) 
(D) 

1.059 
1 1 5 

(D) 

433 
ID) 

(D ) 

(0) 

497 
(D) 

CD) 

447 

CD) 
CD) 

(• ) 
CO) 
(0 ) 
5 1 
1 66 
35 
CO) 

4 
1 S 



'-3 



NONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table B-2.— 


Balance Sheet of A f f i I i a t es--L i abi I i t i es and 
CMillions of dollars^ 


)wners* Equity, Industry of Affiliate 


by Account 






Total 




Liabilities 




Owners' eoui c / 






Total 


Current liabil 


t i es 


Noncurrent liab 


li t i es 


Total 


Incorpc 


rated ait 


I tates 


Unincor- 




Total 


T r ade 

ac count s 

and 

trade 

notes 
pay abl e 


Other 


Tota I 


Long- 
terra 
debt 


Other 


Total 


C ap i t a I 
stock U 


Retained 
earnings 


af fili- 
ates 




(1) 


C2) 


C3> 


(4) 


(5) 


C6> 


C7> 


C8> 


C9) 


C10) 


C11) 


CI 2) 


C13) 




292/033 

6/81 3 
1 z466 
3/205 
2/143 

44 ,060 
2/71 2 
1 /589 
1/124 

33/273 
6/007 
2/067 

81 »684 

8.203 

873 

3/564 

3/767 

26/086 
1 4,544 
2,500 
2,878 
4,845 
1,320 

10/277 
7/595 
2,257 
5,337 
2.682 

I 7/427 
7/645 
1 /863 
1 ,238 
1/201 
3/342 
9/782 
2/51 2 
4,456 
2,815 

1 9,690 
1 ,078 
535 
3,41 6 
2/064 
1/309 
4/436 
4,476 
3,265 
1,212 
1 ,357 
1 ,01 9 

50,068 
10,308 
1 5,081 
1 3,373 

7,196 
4,111 

9,685 
4/551 
5/135 

32/291 

36,240 

1 9,872 

I I ,320 
1 ,61 5 

101 

2,596 

2,388 

248 

4,372 

1,256 

1 ,57 1 

234 

443 

869 


207,925 

2,969 
995 

1,203 
771 

27,102 
CD) 
<D> 

732 
(0) 
4,645 
CD) 

50,609 

5.216 

669 

1/836 

2/710 

14/846 
8/709 
1/267 
1,515 
2/718 
633 

6/503 
5/008 
1,722 
3,286 
1,495 

11,320 
5,266 
1,303 
781 
596 
2,586 
6,054 
1,622 
2,624 
1,808 

1 2,724 

721 

361 

1,848 

1,119 

851 

3,14 1 

3,128 

2,197 

931 

931 

624 

40,461 

8,008 

11,911 

11,147 

6,113 

3,284 

6,809 
3,241 
3,567 

29,077 

27,975 

15,059 

7,862 

978 

32 

2,053 

1,507 

199 

3,095 

1.003 

970 

242 

275 

604 


117,888 

741 

228 
363 
150 

10,834 
585 
307 
279 
7,433 
2,586 
230 

24,558 

2,939 
276 
886 

1 ,777 

5,836 
3,335 

61 2 

594 

1 ,02 1 

274 

2,952 

2,173 

775 

1,397 

780 

6,972 

3,224 

648 

567 

384 

1,625 

3,749 

1,108 

1 ,528 

1 ,1 13 

5,858 

393 

204 

804 

491 

38 1 

1 ,058 

1 ,724 

1 ,074 

65C 

472 

5 5 1 

34,01 9 
6,688 
9,976 
9,427 
5,238 
2,691 

2,904 
1 ,284 
1 ,61 9 

24,31 3 

13,634 

3,386 

3,501 

297 

9 

1 ,235 

696 

65 

1 ,200 
201 
41 2 

( D) 
1 88 

( D) 


74,121 

548 

58 

180 

110 

5,660 
262 
145 
117 
3,245 
2,048 
105 

12,640 

1 ,339 
131 
46S 

3,148 
2,040 
253 
235 
478 
142 

1 , 573 

1,201 

475 

726 

372 

3,674 

1,937 

455 

271 

186 
1,025 
1,737 
441 
728 
569 

2,905 
171 

1 16 

295 
233 

217 

596 
875 
Si. 1 
334 
249 
1 S5 

23,023 
5,359 

6,642 
5,580 
3,726 
1,716 

1 ,610 
748 
862 

17,357 

10,775 

932 

1,776 

I 16 

3 
674 
433 

37 
514 

75 
21 7 

27 

82 

II 3 


43,767 

392 
170 

183 
40 

5,174 
323 
162 
1 62 

4,188 
538 
1 24 

1 1,91 8 

1,600 
145 
422 

1,033 

2,688 
1,295 
359 
560 
542 
1 53 

1,379 
972 
300 
672 

407 

3,299 

1,287 

193 

296 
1 98 
600 
2,01 2 
667 
800 
545 

2,953 
222 
88 
509 
258 
164 
462 
849 
532 
517 
223 
1 78 

10,996 
1,329 
3,334 
3,847 
1,512 
975 

1,294 
537 
757 

6,955 

2,859 

2,454 

1,725 

181 
6 
561 
263 
28 
686 
126 
195 

(D) 
106 

<D> 


90,037 

2,229 
767 
840 
622 

16,268 
CD) 
CD) 

4 54 
CD) 
2,059 
CD) 

26,052 

2,277 

393 
950 
933 

9,010 

5,3 75 

655 

920 

1,697 

364 

3,551 

2,836 
947 

1,889 
715 

4,348 

2,042 
655 
215 
212 
961 

2,3 06 
514 

1,096 
695 

6,866 
328 

1 58 
1,044 

628 

470 
2,083 
1 ,404 
1,1 23 

281 

4 59 
292 

6,442 
1,320 
1,935 
1,720 
875 

5 93 

3,905 
1,957 
1,948 

4,765 

14,342 

1 1,674 

4,361 

681 

23 

818 
811 
1 34 

1 ,895 
802 
559 

CD) 
86 

(D) 


67,462 

1,930 
757 
CD) 

< D) 

12,688 
CD) 
CD) 

383 
CD) 
1 ,733 

791 

22,596 

1,840 
360 
C D) 

I 0) 

7,837 

4,881 
CD) 
C D) 

< t>> 
C D) 

3,242 

2,587 

849 

1 ,738 
655 

3,733 

1,812 

564 

182 
159 
906 

1 ,921 

( 0) 
852 

CD) 

5,943 
293 

149 
786 
518 
422 

1,91 8 

1 ,159 

( D) 

(D) 
418 
278 

5,812 
1 ,216 
1,833 
1 ,527 
679 
558 

3,089 
1 ,630 
1 ,459 

4,533 

1 ,677 

11 ,264 

3,872 

650 

23 

709 
129 
1 ,659 
749 
443 

41 

71 
354 


22,575 

299 
10 
(0) 
CD) 

3,580 

(0) 

CD) 

71 
CD) 

325 
CD) 

3,456 

436 
33 
(0) 
CD) 

1,173 

493 
<D> 
ID) 

<D) 

(L.) 

509 

249 

98 

151 

60 

61 5 

230 
91 
32 
53 
55 
384 
(D) 

244 
(D) 

923 

35 

9 

257 

110 

48 

165 

245 

(D) 

(0) 

41 

1 4 

630 
104 
102 
193 

196 
36 

816 

527 
489 

231 

12/664 

409 

489 

31 

CO 

114 

102 

5 

236 

53 

115 

CD) 

1 6 
CO) 


84/108 

3/844 

471 

2/002 

1/371 

16/958 
CD) 
CD) 

392 
CD) 
1/362 
CD) 

31,075 

2/987 

204 

1/727 

1/057 

1 1,240 
5,835 
1,233 
1,363 
2,127 
682 

3,774 

2,5 86 

535 

2,051 
1,167 

6,107 

2,379 

560 

457 

606 

756 

3,728 

890 

1,832 

1,006 

6,966 

357 

174 

1,569 

944 

458 

1,296 

1,348 

1,067 

281 

426 

395 

9,607 
2,300 
3,171 
2,226 
1,083 
827 

2,876 
1,309 
1,567 

3,213 

8,265 

4,813 

3,458 
637 

69 
543 
881 

50 

1,278 

253 

600 

-9 
168 
265 


74,760 

2,011 
CO) 
CD) 
1,375 

16,634 
CD) 
CO) 

281 
CO) 
1,325 
(0) 

30,067 

C 0) 

204 
CD) 

( 0) 

10,714 
5,331 
1 ,233 
CO) 
CD) 
CD) 

I D) 
CD) 

549 
CD) 
1,187 

6,080 
2,353 
CD) 
457 

606 
CD) 
3,728 

889 
1,832 

1,006 

6,854 

356 
CO) 
1,495 

940 
CD) 
CD) 
1,350 
1,067 

282 
CO) 

395 

9,419 

2,300 

3,172 

2/197 

CO) 

ID) 

2/838 
1/304 
1/534 

3/054 

6,182 

1,939 

2,616 
353 

26 
513 
859 

".6 
818 
163 
246 

-9 
165 
253 


40,508 

1,127 
222 
CO) 
CD) 

4,880 
671 
525 
145 

2,801 

CO) 

ID) 

18,329 

CO) 

108 
CO) 
CO) 

6,115 

3,800 
786 

CD) 
61 9 

CD) 

CD) 

CO) 

391 
CO) 

826 

4,260 

1,768 

CO) 
261 
455 

CD) 

2,493 
926 
659 
907 

4,216 
233 

CD) 
706 
354 

CD) 

CD) 

1,043 
793 
250 

CO) 
228 

5,649 

1,337 

1,274 

2,036 

CD) 

CO) 

1 ,686 

1,206 

480 

2,006 

2,434 

2,161 

2,237 

338 

22 

399 

64 5 
61 
773 
113 
370 
16 
104 
171 


34,251 

884 
(0) 
-35 

CO) 

11,754 
CD) 
CO) 

135 
10) 
CD) 
(0) 

11,739 

1,458 

96 

1 ,109 

253 

4,599 

1,531 
447 
825 

CO) 

CO) 

1,223 

863 
158 

705 

361 

1,820 
585 
162 
197 
150 
76 

1,235 
-37 

1,172 
99 

2,639 
122 

92 
789 
586 

82 
423 
307 
275 

32 

71 
167 

3,770 
962 

1,898 
161 
615 
13* 

1,152 

98 
1,053 

1,048 

3,7*8 

-222 

379 

15 

4 

115 

215 

-14 

45 

50 

-125 

-24 

62 

83 


9,3*8 






CD) 






Nonmetallic m i ne r at s,e x . fuels 


-4 
3 23 




1 40 


Crude pet. (no refin.) & gas 
Oi I & gas field services ... 

Petroleum & coal products mfg. 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 


25 

1 11 

CO) 

38 
CO) 




1,007 


Grain mill 8 bakery products 


CO) 


CD) 




CO) 


Chemicals ■. alliec products .. 


526 

5 03 




Soap/ cleaners* & toiletries 


CD) 
(D) 

CO) 


Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 


CD) 
CD) 
-14 




CO) 


Fabricated metal products .. 


CO 
27 


Machinery, except electrical 
Construction machinery ... 
Special industry machinery 
Office & computing mach. . 


27 
CD) 

C 
C 
(0) 


Electric S electronic equip. 
Radio, TV, & comm. equip. 
Electronic components .... 


CO 
CO 

c 






1 12 


Textile products & apparel . 


2 
CD) 


Paper 6 allied products .... 

Rubber & plast ics products . 

Stone, clay S glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 

Motor vehicles & equipment 


74 

4 

CO) 

CD) 

-2 



-2 


Instruments 6 related prods. 


CO) 






1 88 


Motor vehicles & equipment ... 


CO 
-1 




29 


Farm-product raw materials ... 


CO) 

CO) 

39 


Food strs./eat. S drink. places 


5 

3* 




1 60 
2,082 




2,87* 




8*2 




2£* 




** 




2C 




22 


Communication & pub. utilities 


5 
4 60 


Hotels s oth. lodging places 


51 
35* 


Motion pictures 4 TV tape .. 
Engineering & architecture . 


CO 

3 
11 



34 



NONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table B-3. --8al ance Sheet of Affiliates — Assets/ Country and Industry of USO by Account 

[Millions of dollarsj 



Total 



Cash 

items 



Current assets 
Current receivables 



Total 



Trade 

ac count s 

and 

trade 

notes 

recei v- 

able 



Inven- 
tor i es 



Noncurrent assets 



Proper- 
ty 
plant t 

and 
equip- 
ment , 
net 



Equ i t y 
invest- 
ment it 

ot her 

U.S. 
af «i li- 

at es 



Equ i t y 
invest- 
ment in 
f or ei yn 

bus i - 

ne ss 
enter- 
prises 



Other 

non- 
current 
invest- 

ment s 



Tr ade 
ace ount s 
and 
trade 
no t es 
receiv- 
able 



(2) 

164.073 



<3> (4) <5> (6) <7) <8> (9) 

11.389 66,261 59,420 6,840 41,665 44,759 127,960 



All countries, all industries 292,033 



88,485 



4,674 



9,279 



7,464 



4,942 13, 1 1 5 



By country 

Canada 47,879 23,404 1,267 9,093 8,313 781 4,137 8,907 24,475 14,480 788 1,594 3,615 1,173 2,825 

Europe 186,081 101,056 7,139 37,997 33,886 4,111 27,574 28,346 85,025 63,176 3,176 4,099 2,957 2,851 8,766 

European Communities (9) 157,959 81,581 6,331 28,996 25,405 3,591 22,526 23,727 76,378 57,230 2,954 3,769 1,915 2,687 7,825 

Belgium 4,120 1,545 129 554 544 10 754 108 2,576 (D> 300 ID) (D) ID) 99 

Denmark 524 319 (D) 131 123 8 102 <D> 205 164 <0> (•) CD) 4 (0) 

France 25,654 16,950 2,556 5,454 4,950 503 4,761 4,179 8,704 6,438 342 815 325 116 667 

Germany 31,196 16,536 914 6,040 5,341 699 6,639 2,943 14,660 10,433 663 1,109 32l 184 1,95C 

Ireland 413 160 <D) 58 57 1 54 (0) 253 ID) 110 (*) ID) 

Italy 2,473 1,606 108 614 466 149 725 159 867 <D) ID) ID) 27 (0) 34 

Luxembourg 883 590 34 271 250 20 162 123 293 248 19 5 4 2c 

Netherlands 36,103 11,475 577 4,863 4,200 664 3,090 2,945 24,628 19,957 1,150 545 389 687 1,900 

United Kingdom 56,594 32,401 1,918 11,010 9,474 1,537 6,240 13,232 24,193 17,552 448 711 816 1,541 3,124 

Other Europe 28,122 19,475 808 9,001 8,482 520 5,048 4,618 8,647 5,946 223 33U 1,042 165 941 

Austria 330 154 20 48 41 7 77 9 176 97 5 (•) (D) <0) <D ) 

Finland 380 178 32 64 (D) (D) 40 42 202 147 23 2 <*) 4 26 

Liechtenstein 361 187 5 74 71 4 103 5 174 167 1 (•) 1 (•) 4 

Norway 335 218 < D) 55 54 2 85 (D) 117 ( D) <D) <•) (0) 1 3 

Spain 180 114 3 75 73 3 24 12 66 54 4 (•) 4 (•) 4 

Sweden 4,087 2,482 137 1,034 980 54 1,171 140 1,605 760 23 212 <D) (0) (D) 

Switzerland 22,031 15,857 579 7,549 7,144 404 3,402 4,327 6,175 4,528 145 116 594 57 735 

Other 417 285 (D) 102 (D) <D) 145 <D) 132 (0) (D) (*) <D) 1 <D ) 

Japan 27,626 22,018 1,826 11,385 10,574 810 6,526 2,282 5,608 3,830 340 162 265 600 409 

Australia, N.Zealand, S S.Africa 6,973 3,925 272 1,891 (D) <D> 1,521 242 3,048 ( D) 42 (D) 2 18 173 

Latin America 7,766 3,463 429 1,393 1,212 181 1,095 545 4,303 3,098 32 <D> 216 41 (0) 

South & Central Airerica 3,516 1,505 171 627 522 105 540 167 2,011 1,398 12 <D) 124 23 (0) 

Argentina 149 80 7 46 (D) CD) <D> CD) 69 58 <•) 8 12 

Brazil 113 97 10 30 25 5 26 31 16 13 <*) <*) 1 (•) 1 

Mexico -. 674 301 24 115 96 19 146 16 372 326 4 <•) 15 2 25 

Panama 1,611 573 84 230 205 25 224 35 1,038 (0) 1 ID) (0) 5 82 

Venezuela 534 234 20 123 CD) CD) 42 49 300 264 2 1 (0) 10 ID) 

Other 434 219 25 82 <D) (D) (0) (D) 215 (0) 4 4 28 5 <D ) 

Other western Hemisphere 4,250 1,958 258 766 690 76 555 378 2,292 1,700 20 70 92 18 392 

Bahamas 864 461 54 162 103 58 209 37 403 <0) (0) <D) <D) ID) 51 

Bermuda 514 232 CD) (D) ID) 9 (D) 19 281 ID) l«) CD) (D) (D ) 

Netherlands Antilles 2,742 1,192 ID) CD) (0) 6 (D> (0) 1,550 (D) ID) 4 48 (D) (D ) 

U.K. Islands, Caribbean 122 67 5 8 5 2 ( D) <D) 55 < D) <•> 2 <*) ID) 

Other 8 5 CO 2 2 <•) 3 (O 3 3 (•) 

Middle East 7,273 5,018 201 2,637 2,526 111 304 1,876 2,256 1,738 165 66 153 44 90 

Israel 681 513 45 (D) <D) 16 42 CD) 168 CD) (D) ID) 31 3 13 

Other 6,593 4,505 156 <D> (D) 95 261 < D) 2,088 ( D) (D) (D) 122 41 77 

Kuwait 822 (0) 15 43 43 1 CD) CO (0) 528 86 65 (•> ID) 

Lebanon 512 (0) 71 53 45 8 74 CD) ID) 141 <0) (0) CD) ID) 30 

Saudi Arabia 4,941 CD) 63 CD) (D) 84 CD) (D) CD) 799 (D) 1 19 Co) 2? 

united Arab Emirates 118 (0) 4 4 2 2 < D) CD) (D) 98 3 I') 1 ID) 

Other 201 (DJ 4 (D) (D) C«) (D) ( D) CO) CD) <0) (0) (D) 4 

Other Africa/ Asia, & Pacific .. 2,840 (D) 90 (D) (D) (D) 415 (0) (0) 972 (D) CD) 44 (D) (D ) 

Other Africa 107 ( D) <D) (D) 4 CD) 5 CD) ( D> CD) (•) ID) (•) 1 

Other Asia & Pacific 2,733 1,561 (D) 941 CD) CD) 410 (DJ 1,172 CD) (D) 2 44 (D) (D ) 

Hong Kong 1,212 377 44 146 136 9 119 68 834 (D) (0) 2 41 31 36 

Philippines 239 130 12 50 (D) (0) 53 16 109 ( D) (•) (•) (D) 

South Korea 1,124 991 12 725 483 242 223 31 133 50 (*> 3 (D) (D) 

Other 159 63 CD) 20 CD) (D) 15 (D) 96 94 (•) 1 1 

United States 5,594 < D) 165 (0) (D) 26 92 CD) (D) (0) (D) CD) 212 (D) 266 

Addendum — OPEC 6,670 4,509 111 (D) (D) 94 255 ( D) 2,161 1,828 126 2 111 37 58 

By industry 

Government 7,319 3,803 304 1,726 1,410 316 1,544 230 3,516 CD) (D) 229 110 100 153 

Individuals, estates, S trusts . 43,843 24,246 1,485 10,073 9,465 608 4,658 8,030 19,597 14,081 582 2,007 778 501 1,647 

Petroleum 45,941 14,560 (D) 6,800 5,747 1,052 2,801 (D) 31,381 27,545 1,092 823 558 (D) CD) 

Agriculture 592 305 30 139 128 11 125 11 287 252 12 (0) (0) 2 6 

Mining 8,745 4,789 231 2,247 (D) CD) 2,109 202 3,956 2,020 156 (0) 13 68 (D) 

Construction 2,418 1,583 200 512 446 66 CD) (D) 835 ( D) 53 15 108 (D) 207 

Manufacturing 76,580 43,450 2,526 18,673 16,799 1,874 19,927 2,324 33,130 24,102 1,126 2,301 358 1,237 4,005 

Transp., coin., & pub. utilities 3,695 1,972 292 953 838 115 553 174 1,723 1,356 76 64 19 58 151 

Wholesale and retail trade 20,185 15,581 1,171 7,786 7,053 734 5,073 1,550 4,604 2,788 490 173 235 500 418 

Banking 11,931 10,968 (D) 4,084 3,898 185 CD) 4,418 963 (D) 75 CD) 60 ( D) (D) 

Holding companies 23,238 10,486 764 4,152 3,780 372 4,051 1,519 12,751 7,585 195 2,032 376 350 2,214 

Other finance and insurance . 37,000 28,212 845 8,136 7,436 699 269 18,962 8,788 1,230 256 63 4,645 1,048 1,546 

Real estate 8,146 3,306 258 509 (D) (0) 58 2,482 4,840 3,863 210 2 162 347 256 

Services 2,400 811 147 471 426 45 81 111 1,589 423 ( D) CD) CO) 19 CD) 



35 



NGN&ANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table B-4. — Balance Sheet of Af f i I i a t es--L i abi I i t i es and Owners* Equity, Country and Industry of 

UBO by Account 

[Millions of dollars} 



Liabilities 
Current liabilities * Noncurrent liabilities 



Trade 

account s 

and 

trade 

notes 
payable 



Other 



Tota I 



Long- 
term 
debt 



Other 



Owners' equi ty 
Incorporated affiliates 



Total 



Capi t a I 
stock 1/ 



Retained 

earnings 



Uninco r- 

porat ed 

af f ili - 

ates 



(1) 
292,033 



<2) 

207,925 



(4 ) 



<9> 

84,108 



(121 



C13) 
9,348 



All countries, all industries 



1 1 7 . 



74,121 



43,767 90,037 67,462 22,575 



74,760 40,508 34,251 



By country 

Canada 47,879 35,995 13,762 9,168 4,594 22,233 13,789 8,443 11,884 10,163 5,305 4,858 1,721 

Europe 186,081 127,943 70,853 40,815 30,038 57,090 44,205 12,885 58,138 52,182 29,153 23,029 5,956 

European Communities <9> 157,959 106,318 55,485 31,506 23,979 50,833 39,345 11,488 51,641 46,565 25,246 21,319 5,076 

Belgium 4,120 2,145 1,023 578 445 1,122 CD) (0) 1,976 1,410 785 625 565 

Denmark 524 405 281 179 102 124 112 12 119 119 CO) CD} C*) 

France 25,654 19,635 13,559 7,707 5,852 6,075 5,270 806 6,019 5,782 3,448 2,334 237 

Germany 31,196 20,907 11,067 6,685 4,382 9,840 7,751 2,090 10,289 9,402 7,011 2,392 886 

Ireland 413 345 139 42 97 206 (0) (0) 68 62 CD) ID) 6 

Italy 2,473 1,936 1,336 676 659 600 537 63 537 482 800 -317 55 

Luxembourg 883 695 502 256 246 193 178 14 188 153 158 -4 35 

Netherlands 36,103 21,681 7,317 3,675 3,642 14,365 9,870 4,495 14,422 12,384 4,859 7,525 2,038 

United Kingdom 56,594 38,570 20,262 11,709 8,553 18,308 14,541 3,767 18,024 16,769 8,069 8,701 1,254 

Other Europe 28,122 21,625 15,368 9,309 6,059 6,257 4,860 1,397 6.497 5,617 3,907 1,710 88C 

Austria 330 301 149 120 28 152 149 3 29 23 40 -18 7 

Finland 380 275 120 44 75 155 (0) (D) 105 < D) CO) 2 CO) 

Liechtenstein 361 301 191 142 49 109 107 3 60 47 47 ( •) 13 

Norway 335 236 124 79 45 112 109 3 99 53 45 8 46 

Spain 180 141 86 67 19 55 (0) (0) 39 27 26 (»> 13 

Sweden 4,087 2,829 1,616 1,001 614 1,213 (0) (0) 1,259 < D) (D) 398 CD) 

Switzerland 22,031 17,198 12,831 7,644 5,187 4,367 3,373 . 993 4,833 4,090 2,794 1,296 743 

Other 417 345 251 211 40 94 93 (*) 72 50 28 2Z 22 

Japan 27, 626 22,191 18,375 13,889 4,485 3,817 3,414 403 5,435 5,278 3,592 1,686 158 

Australia, N.Zealand, S S.Africa 6,973 4,620 3,356 1,895 1,461 1,264 1,097 167 2,354 2,329 549 1,780 25 

Latin America 7,766 5,129 2,579 1,453 1,127 2,550 2,285 265 2,636 2,246 1,024 1,223 3 SC 

South g. Central America 3,516 2,447 1,128 637 492 1,319 1,225 95 1,068 874 527 347 154 

Argentina 149 129 67 19 48 61 60 1 20 8 10 -2 13 

Brazil 113 136 104 60 44 32 <D) <0) -23 -28 28 -56 5 

Mexico 674 496 252 171 81 244 239 5 178 109 103 6 69 

Panama 1,611 948 377 175 202 571 CO) <0) 664 651 328 323 13 

Venezuela 534 422 181 (0) (0) 241 2Z7 14 113 72 25 47 41 

Other 434 317 147 (0) (0) 170 162 8 117 63 33 29 54 

Other western Hemisphere 4,250 2,682 1,451 816 635 1,231 1,061 170 1,568 1,372 497 876 196 

Bahamas 864 620 254 101 153 366 246 120 244 CO.) 147 CO) CO) 

Bermuda 514 389 174 131 44 214 191 23 125 122 119 3 3 

Netherlands Antilles 2,742 1,559 981 566 414 578 CO) (0) 1,183 (0) 205 CD) CD) 

U.K. Islands, Caribbean .... 122 107 39 16 23 68 CO) (0) 15 12 24 -13 3 

Other 8 7 3 1 1 4 4 (•) 2 2 2 C*) <•) 

Middle East 7,273 5,907 4,371 (0) (0) 1,536 1,478 58 1,366 563 CO) CO) 8C4 

Israel 681 475 <0> 258 (0) CO) 125 <0) 206 205 CD) CD) 1 

Other 6,593 5,432 (0) (0) 524 CD) 1,352 (D) 1,160 357 319 39 803 

Kuwait 822 470 61 31 30 409 (D) CD) 352 51 67 -15 3C1 

Lebanon 512 359 89 48 41 270 260 10 153 115 95 19 38 

Saudi Arabia 4,941 4,385 <D> (D) 420 (D) (D) 21 556 191 138 53 365 

United Arab Emirates 118 82 17 (0) (0) 65 CO) < D) 36 CD) 2 ID) <0) 

Other 201 136 (D) 20 <D) <D> <D> 4 64 CD) 17 ID) CD) 

Other Africa, Asia, 4 Pacific .. 2,840 2,404 (0) 882 (0) CD) 811 (D) 437 ID) CD) ID) CD) 

Other Africa 107 48 12 6 7 36 35 C«) 59 6 CD) CO) 53 

Other Asia & Pacific 2,733 2,356 <D> 876 (0) (0) 776 CD) 378 CD) <D) 10) CD) 

Hong Kong 1,212 935 <D) 127 (D) < D) 555 ( D) 277 173 142 30 1 C4 

Philippines 239 198 127 63 64 71 70 1 40 18 25 -6 22 

South Korea 1,124 1,112 1,015 666 350 97 96 1 12 < DJ CD) -21 CD} 

Other 159 110 55 21 34 55 55 CO 49 <D> 17 CD) CO) 

United States 5,594 3,736 CD) (D) (0) ( D) 383 ( D) 1,858 CD) CD) CO) CD) 

Addendum--OPEC 6,670 5,527 4.118 (0) <D) 1,410 1.350 60 1.143 326 261 64 817 

By industry 

Government 7.319 4.906 2.483 1.496 987 2.423 2.284 139 2,413 1,962 1,626 335 4 52 

Individuals, estates, 8 trusts . 43,843 32,429 19,157 13.825 5,332 13.272 11.800 1.472 11.414 9.035 4,255 4,780 2,378 

Petroleum 45,941 27,680 10,585 5,412 5,173 17,095 13,457 3,637 18,262 16,074 4,742 11,333 2,188 

Agriculture 592 504 315 149 166 189 185 3 89 53 78 -25 36 

Mining 8,745 5,436 3,660 2,009 1,651 1,777 1,635 142 3,309 2,960 1,490 1,470 349 

Construction 2,418 1,887 1,042 542 500 844 725 119 531 500 431 69 21 

Manufacturing 76,580 51,788 29,974 17.587 12.387 21,813 19,202 2,611 24,792 24,036 16,045 7,990 7 56 

Transp., con.. 5 pub. utilities 3,695 2,412 1,265 912 353 1,147 975 172 1,283 1,261 1,033 228 22 

Wholesale and retail trade 20,185 16,111 13,138 9,563 3,575 2,973 2,451 522 4,074 3,948 2,543 1,406 126 

Banking 11,931 10,836 8,341 4,622 3,720 2,495 (D) (D) 1,094 1,024 898 126 7C 

Holding companies 23,238 15,036 7,282 4.072 3.211 7.754 6.267 1.486 8.202 7,931 3,858 4,072 271 

Other finance and insurance 37,000 29,974 17,907 12,856 5,051 12,066 2,135 9,932 7,027 5,005 2,477 2,528 2,022 

Real estate 8,146 6,922 2,012 586 1,426 4,910 4,648 261 1,225 722 833 -111 5 03 

Services 2,400 2,006 727 490 237 1,279 CD) (0) 394 249 200 49 145 



36 



NONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table B- 5. -- Ba t ance Sheet of A f f i I ■ a t es-- As se t s , Country and Industry of Foreign Parent by Account 

[Millions of dollars] 



Total 



Cash 
items 



Curren t a sse t s 
Current receivables 



Trade 
accounts 
and 
trade 
notes 
receiv- 
able 



Inven- 
tories 



Noncurrent assets 



Proper- 
ty 
pi ant , 

and 
equip- 
ment * 
net 



Equ i t y 
invest- 
ment i r 
other 
U.S. 
affili- 
ates 



Equi t y 
invest- 
ment in 
f or ei gn 
busi- 
ness 
ent er- 
pr i se s 



Other 

non- 
cur r en t 
in ves t - 

men t s 



Trade 
ace ount s 
and 
trade 
no t es 
receiv- 
able 



(2) 

164,073 



<3> 

1 1 ,38° 



<•>) 



All countries/ all industries 292,033 



By country 



41,665 44,759 127,960 



4,674 9,279 



4,942 13,115 



Canada 41,479 20,284 1,133 8,323 7,671 653 3,436 7,391 21,195 12,689 623 902 3,729 893 2,359 

Europe 188,301 103,450 7,310 38,993 34,372 4,621 27,695 29,452 84,851 60,748 3,355 5,787 2,826 3,113 9,021 

European Communities <9> 161,701 84,217 6,501 29,964 25,812 4,153 22,812 24,940 77,484 56,119 3,063 5,424 1,789 2,928 8,16C 

Belgium 3,955 1,488 119 554 546 9 757 59 2,467 1,513 285 CO) (0) (0) 1U3 

Denmark 500 304 (0) 126 119 7 94 (0) 196 159 <D> (•) CD) (0) 13 

France 19,487 14,175 2,323 4,389 3.946 442 3,550 3,913 5,312 ( D) 294 655 288 79 CD) 

Germany 27,665 14,754 848 5,285 4,646 639 5,730 2,891 12,911 CD) 578 96U 305 183 (0) 

Ireland 406 162 (0) 58 57 1 54 CD) 245 235 (0) 1 <•) CD) 

Italy 450 297 25 112 83 28 112 49 154 110 2 31 4 16 

Lunembourg 1,326 1,001 61 583 480 104 231 125 325 201 1 (0) 12 (0) 22 

Netherlands 65,539 25,965 1,418 9,722 7,885 1,836 6,499 8,327 39,574 31,482 1,527 2,620 336 954 2,655 

United Kingdom 42,372 26,071 1,614 9,135 8,049 1,086 5,785 9,536 16,302 9,845 368 663 813 1,565 3,048 

Other Europe 26,600 19,233 809 9,028 8,560 468 4,884 4,512 7,367 4,629 292 363 1,038 185 861 

Austria 292 143 20 43 36 7 72 8 149 73 10) <•) 1 CD) ID; 

Finland 232 163 31 60 (D) CD) 40 32 69 52 3 2 <*) 4 t 

Liechtenstein 289 90 14 29 27 3 36 11 199 <D) 1 C«) <D) <•) <0) 

Norway 333 218 <D> 55 53 2 85 <D) 115 (D) (0) (•) (0) 1 3 

Spain 110 102 2 (D) <D) 1 21 (D) 8 if) ID) (•) CD) 

Sweden 3,959 2,391 136 992 938 54 1,126 137 1,568 733 (D) 212 <D> (0) 152 

Switzerland 21,067 15,862 579 7,683 7,323 360 3,361 4,239 5,205 3,458 242 149 591 78 687 

Other 319 265 <D) (D) 87 <D) 142 10 54 46 <*) <*) (D) 1 (D) 

Japan 27,569 21,991 1,825 11,378 10,569 809 6,520 2,268 5,579 3,815 340 159 265 590 409 

Australia, N.Zealand, S S.Africa 1,499 483 57 199 173 25 155 73 1,016 (0) 22 CD) 1 (D) 91 

Latin America 29,879 15,712 968 6,103 5,681 422 3,299 5,341 14,167 10,404 208 1,650 504 230 1,17 1 

South & Central America 3,043 1,325 165 524 427 97 504 131 1,719 1,130 21 (D) 108 13 (D) 

Argentina 56 (D) 4 (D) 5 (D) !•> (D) ID) 2 ID) 1 <•) 

Brazil 84 78 8 18 15 3 23 29 6 5 <*) f) CO 1 

Menico 438 251 20 97 79 18 128 6 186 159 1 8 (») 19 

Panama 2,207 814 106 328 295 33 300 80 1,393 869 18 ID) 79 8 ID) 

Venezuela 146 72 (D) 18 (0) (0) (0) 10 74 53 1 (D) 2 <D ) 

Other 112 ( D) (0) (D) <D) CD) (D) <D) (D) 42 <•) (D) 2 1 

Other Western Hemisphere 26,836 14,387 803 5,579 5,254 325 2,795 5,210 12,449 9,275 188 <D> 396 217 (D) 

Bahamas (0) ( D) ( D) <D) CD) 66 (D) 22 338 <D) 3 CD) 4 C«) 32 

Bermuda 7,193 4,623 (0) 1,389 1,371 18 567 <D) 2,570 (0) (0) (D) S6 (0) 239 

Netherlands Antilles 13,254 4,971 434 1,767 1,569 198 1,772 999 8,283 7,064 65 175 302 54 624 

U.K. Islands, Caribbean 5,640 4,392 84 (D) (D) 43 256 <D) 1,249 851 (D) (0) 34 CD) ID) 

Other (D) CD) 2 <D) <D) <•) (D) <•) 10 9 1 

Middle East 1,365 766 45 415 354 61 217 89 599 305 104 CD) 98 <D) 21 

Israel 579 444 34 346 (D) ( D) ( D) <D) 136 CD) (D) CD) 30 3 12 

Other 786 322 11 69 (D) CD) (D) <D) 463 CD) (D) 1 67 CD) 8 

Kuwait 438 CD) 6 CD) CD) f) 5 CD) (0) ID) <D) 10) C«) CD) 

Lebanon 2 (•) <•> (*) f) <•) 2 2 <• ) 

Saudi Arabia (D) (0) 3 (0) ( D) (D) ( D) 1 29 (D) 1 CD) CD) 

united Arab Emirates (D) 2 (*) 1 CO <») 2 CD) CD) 3 1 (* ) 

Other CD) 11 1 5 5 (•) (•) 5 (D) 31 <D> (D) CD) (• ) 

Other Africa, Asia, & Pacific .. 1,940 1,388 51 850 599 250 342 145 552 CD) 22 ID) 41 80 43 

Other Africa 251 144 12 23 19 4 CD) CD) 106 (D) CO) CD) 1 (0) 

Other Asia & Pacific 1,689 1,243 39 826 580 246 CO) CO) 446 270 10) 40 80 (0) 

Hong Kong 442 170 19 73 70 3 67 12 272 CD) CD) CD) CD) 9 

Philippines 84 60 6 22 22 C*> (D) (D) 24 CD) ID) I') 1 

South Korea 1,118 991 12 725 483 242 223 31 127 43 (•) 3 CD) (D) 

Other 45 22 2 7 6 1 1 3 2 3 2 1 < » ) 11 

Addendum--0°EC 942 403 29 88 CD) CD) CD) (0) 540 329 92 2 81 19 1t 

By industry 

Government 1,019 382 16 76 (0) CD) 227 63 636 476 9o CD) 2 CD) 

Individuals, estates, & trusts . 8,536 4,822 336 2,102 1,914 187 1,636 749 3,714 2,876 82 334 154 o5 203 

Petroleum 32,092 8,544 726 5,323 4,705 618 2,152 343 23,548 19,881 1,051 876 501 <D> CD) 

Agriculture 596 293 29 135 123 11 119 11 303 272 6 CD) 3 3 ID) 

Mining 3,325 1,319 27 518 495 23 712 61 2,006 1,402 CD) 157 13 66 CD) 

Construction 2,152 1,408 166 474 409 65 93 675 744 410 53 9 110 CD) (0) 

Manufacturing 68,003 39,970 2,408 17,421 15,585 1,836 17,951 2,190 28,033 20,339 1,095 1,671 348 1,312 3,268 

Transp., comm., & pub. utilities 3,787 1,606 303 716 622 94 436 151 2,181 1,781 92 (0) 16 61 CD) 

Wholesale and retail trade 20,762 16,370 1,179 8,342 7,582 760 5,292 1,558 4,392 2,678 484 151 225 500 353 

Banking 11,032 10,129 CD) 3,628 3,457 171 CD) CD) 903 143 75 87 CO) CD) CO) 

Holding companies 90,929 44,845 2,835 17,044 14,927 2,118 12,180 12,785 46,084 32,274 980 5,752 1,478 944 4,656 

Other finance and insurance 41,083 31,489 CD) 9,656 8,946 710 (0) CD) 9,594 1,314 238 184 4,256 1,U38 2, 5 5 

Real estate 7,344 2,248 195 454 CD) (D) 60 1,539 5,096 4,136 221 1 225 230 283 

Services 1,372 647 144 372 324 48 50 81 725 505 CD) 27 40 20 ID) 



i 1 



KONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table B-6. — Balance Sheet of Affiliates — liabilities and Owners' Equity/ Country and Industry of 

Foreign Parent by Account 

[Millions of dollars] 



Liabilitie 
Current liabilities 



Trade 

accounts 

and 

trade 

not es 
payable 



Other 



Noncurrent liabilities 



Long- 
term 
debt 



Owners' equi ty 
Incorporated affiliates 



Total 



Capa tal 
stock 1/ 



Retained 
earnings 



Unincor- 
por a t ec 
affili- 
ates 



<2> 
207,925 



< 3) <4) (5) 

117.888 74,121 43,767 



<13) 

9,346 



All countries, all industries 292,033 



3y country 



74,760 40,508 34,251 



Canada 41,479 31,844 12,708 8,806 3,902 19,136 10,917 8,219 9.635 7,977 4,959 3,018 1,658 

Europe 188,301 128,774 71,459 40,929 30,529 57,315 44,242 13,073 59,527 54,236 28,858 25,377 5,292 

European Communities (9) 161,701 108,132 56,562 31,611 24,951 51,570 39,807 11,763 53,569 48.951 24,582 24,368 4,618 

Belgium 3,955 2,019 1,041 553 489 977 (0) (D) 1,937 <D) <0) 612 Co) 

Denmark 500 386 266 170 95 121 109 12 113 114 72 42 <♦) 

France 19,487 15,101 11,348 6,479 4,869 3,754 3,129 625 4,385 < 0) <OJ 1.88* <D) 

Germany 27,665 18,529 9,878 5,761 4,117 8,651 6,634 2,018 9,136 8,236 6,211 2,075 851 

Ireland 406 340 139 42 97 201 <D) <D> 66 62 40 23 4 

Italy 450 330 256 126 130 74 72 3 120 91 138 -46 29 

Lu«embourg 1,326 1,047 790 491 299 258 235 22 278 278 453 -175 C 

Netherlands 65,539 40,990 15,963 7,264 8,699 25.027 18,827 6,201 24,549 22,597 7,402 15,195 1.952 

United Kingdom 42,372 29,389 16,882 10,726 6,156 12,507 9,864 2,643 12,983 11,825 7,065 4,759 1,158 

Other Europe 26,600 20,641 14,896 9,318 5,578 5,745 4,435 1,310 5,959 5,285 4,276 1,009 674 

Austria 292 268 141 117 24 128 124 3 24 24 36 -12 <•) 

Finland 232 174 108 38 70 66 52 14 58 58 62 -4 C 

Liechtenstein 289 188 56 32 24 132 128 3 100 CD} <D) <•) (0) 

Morway 333 234 122 77 45 112 109 3 98 52 45 8 46 

Spain 110 86 70 62 9 16 13 3 24 22 18 * 2 

Sweden 3,959 2,734 1,526 984 542 1,208 <D) <D) 1,226 <D) ^D> 407 (0) 

Switzerland 21,067 16,684 12,638 7,808 4,830 4,045 (0) (0) 4,383 3,815 3,233 583 567 

Other 319 273 234 200 34 39 38 <•) 45 45 22 23 C 

Japan 27,569 22,151 18,366 13.888 4.478 3.785 3,382 403 5.419 5.263 3,584 1,680 155 

Australia, N. Zealand, S S.Africa 1,499 1,006 49C 384 106 516 <D> (0) 493 45* 154 302 37 

Latin America 29,879 21,506 12,905 8,909 3,996 8,601 7,881 720 8,373 6,542 2.656 3,886 1.831 

South t. Central America 3,043 2,047 984 552 433 1,062 973 89 997 873 583 290 124 

Argentina 56 49 ( D) <D> <D> (0) < 0) (*) 7 4 3 1 3 

Brazil 84 108 88 (0) (D) 20 (D) <D) -24 -25 <0J <0) 1 

Menico 438 316 199 149 49 117 113 4 122 85 87 -2 37 

Panama 2,207 1,389 558 283 275 831 773 58 818 752 455 297 66 

Venezuela 146 95 46 (0) (0) 48 <D) (0) 51 49 <D) ID) 3 

Other 112 90 <D) 30 (D) <D> 37 (0) 22 9 6 3 13 

Other Western Hemisphere 26,836 19,459 11,921 8,357 3,563 7,539 6,907 631 7,376 5,669 2,073 3,596 1.707 

Bahamas <D> 464 209 78 131 255 208 47 < 0) < DJ 115 I D) 12 

Bermuda 7,193 5,215 (0) <0) CD) (0) 1,085 (D) 1,978 1,953 lOJ 10) 25 

Netherlands Antilles 13,254 8,778 3,774 2,019 1,755 5,004 4,764 239 4,476 2,997 1,149 1,847 1,475 

U.K. Islands, Caribbean 5,640 4,984 (0) (D) (0) <D> (0) (0) 657 465 (D) <D) 191 

Other (0) 19 (0) <0) 2 <D> ( D) (D) < 0) <D) 4 <») 

Middle East 1,365 912 615 379 235 298 293 5 453 (D) <0) 45 < t» 

Israel 579 436 328 (0) <D) 107 105 2 144 144 <o) <0i <•) 

Other 786 477 286 (D) (0) 190 188 3 309 ( o) 34 i ) <OJ> 

Kuwait 438 <D) 26 11 14 (0) (0) 1 <D) 14 ID) (0) CD) 

Lebanon 2 2 1 (•) 1 1 1 <*) ( ••> 1 -1 <»> 

Saudi Arabia <D) <D) (D) (D> <D) <D) (0) <•) 8 8 2 6 l») 

United Arab Emirates (0) <D) ( D) (D) <•) 7 7 (D) ( B) <•) ID) 1 

Other <D> 52 13 (D> <D> 39 38 1 (D) <D) <D) «•) 18 

Other Africa, Asia. 4 Pacific .. 1.940 1.732 1.346 826 520 386 < D) <D> 208 < 0) (DJ -58 (D) 

Other Africa 251 165 100 12 88 65 ( D) ID) 86 ( DJ ID) -3 <0) 

Other Asia It Pacific 1.689 1,567 1,245 814 432 321 296 26 122 82 137 -55 40 

Hong Kong 442 351 158 99 59 194 ( D) <D) 91 54 76 -21 37 

Philippines 84 74 54 36 18 19 CD) (DJ 10 11 16 -5 -1 

South Korea 1,118 1,109 1,015 666 350 93 93 £*) 9 9 30 -21 C 

Other 45 34 18 13 5 15 15 <*) 12 8 14 -7 4 

Addendum--OPEC 942 576 332 161 171 244 232 12 366 CD) CD) 22 ID) 

By industry 

Government 1,019 684 343 173 170 341 339 2 334 40 58 -18 2 «4 

Individuals, estates, & trusts . 8,536 6,184 3,830 2,766 1.064 2.354 2.070 284 2,352 1,722 666 1,056 63C 

Petroleum 32,092 18,773 7,314 4,672 2,642 11,459 8,928 2,531 13,319 11,240 3,964 7,277 2,078 

Agriculture 596 501 307 145 162 194 191 3 95 52 76 -23 42 

Mining 3,325 1,846 774 420 354 1,072 969 103 1,479 1,159 1,190 -32 321 

Construction 2,152 1,660 918 480 438 742 627 115 492 459 357 102 33 

Manufacturing 68,003 46,577 27,502 16,170 11,332 19,074 16,933 2,141 21,426 20,651 14.300 6,351 775 

Transp., comm., 5 pub. utilities 3,787 2,146 925 578 348 1,221 1,050 171 1,641 1,593 1,388 205 47 

Wholesale and retail trade 20.762 16.791 13,887 9,827 4,059 2,904 2,410 495 3,971 3,808 2,575 1,233 163 

Banking 11,032 9,942 7,409 (D) ID) 2,533 ID) (D) 1,090 1,066 879 187 24 

Holding companies 90,929 61,927 31,469 18,107 13,361 30,459 25,847 4,612 29,001 26,848 11,403 15,445 2,153 

Other finance and insurance 41,083 33,713 20,759 (D) (0) 12,954 <D) <D) 7.370 5,266 2,651 2.615 2.1C4 

Real estate 7,344 6,103 1.831 608 1,223 4,272 4,065 207 1,241 593 742 -149 648 

Services 1,372 1,077 620 364 257 457 394 63 295 261 258 3 34 



38 



NONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table B-7. — Total Assets of Affiliates/ Industry of Affiliate by Country of UBO 
[Millions of dollars] 



All c oun- 
t r i es 



Tot a I 



Eur ope 

Of uhich- 



Ge rtnany 



Nether- 
lands 



Uni ted 
K ingdom 



Switzer- 
land 



Japan 



Austra- 
lia/ 
New Zea- 
land/ 

dnd 

South 

Africa 



Latin 
Ane rica 



Middle 
East 



Other 

Africa/ 

Asia/ 

drio 

Paci f ic 



Uni ted 
St a tes 



A ad en - 

aura- - 
OPEC 



(4) 

25*654 

41 3 

39 

374 





C6) 

36/103 

( D) 


(D> 

( 0) 



(8) 
22/031 

(0) 



<9 ) 

27,626 

5 


u 
5 



(10) 
6/973 



(0) 
CD) 



(11) 

7/766 

5 
4 

2 



(12) 

7/273 

<D) 
(0) 

(01 



< 1 3) 

2/840 

2 

u 
2 

u 



< 14) 
5/594 



(1 5) 

6/6 70 




C 




All industries 292/033 47/879 186/081 



Mining ........ 

Hetal mining 

Coal 

N o nmeta I I i c a 



i ne r al s.ex . f uel s 



6/813 
1 z466 
3/205 
2/143 



3/342 
985 

< 0) 

< DJ 



3.092 
1 41 
(0) 

( 0) 



193 
<D) 
(D) 





136 
(0) 
CD) 

(0) 



( D ) 

( in 



CD) 



Petroleum 44/060 

Oil & gas extraction ......... 2/712 

Crude pet. < no refin.) & gas 1/589 

Oil & gas field services ... 1/124 

Petroleum & coal products mfg. 33/273 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 6/007 

Other 2/067 

Manufacturing .................. 81/684 



Food & kindred products ...... 

Grain mill & bakery products 
Beverages .................. 

Other 

Chemicals & allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs ...................... 

Soap/ cleaners/ & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 

Other 

Primary & fabricated metals • • 

Primary metal industries ... 

Ferrous .... .............. 

Nonferrous ............... 

Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery ...... .............. 

Machinery/ except electrical 

Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Office & computing ma c h . . 

Other 

Electric & electronic equip. 

Radio/ TV/ & comm. equip. 

Electronic components .... 

Other 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products & apparel . 

Lumber & furniture ......... 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber & plastics products . 

Stone/ clay S glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 
Motor vehicles S equipment 
Other 

Instruments & related prods. 

Other 



Wholesale trade 

Motor vehicles & equipment 
Metals & minerals ......... 

Other durable goods ....... 

Farm-product raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade ................... 

Food strs./eat. & drink. places 
Retail trade/ nee ............ 



Finance/ except banking 
Insurance .............. 



Real estate 



Other industries ............... 

Agriculture .................. 

Forestry & fishing ........... 

Construction ................. 

Transportation ............... 

Communication & pub. utilities 
Services ..................... 

Hotels & oth. lodging places 

Business services .......... 

Motion pictures & TV tape .. 

Engineering & architecture . 

Other 



8/203 

873 

3/564 

3/767 

26/086 
14/544 
2/500 
2 .878 
4/845 
1 /320 

10/277 

7,595 
2/257 
5/337 

2/682 

1 7/427 
7/645 
1 /863 
1/238 
1/201 
3/342 
9/782 
2/512 
4,456 
2/815 

19/690 
1 /078 
535 
3/416 
2/064 
1 /309 
4,436 
4,476 
3/265 
1 »212 
1 /357 
1,019 

50z068 
10z308 
15z081 
13z373 
7,196 
4z111 

9,685 
4,551 
5,135 



19,872 

11 ,320 

1 ,615 

101 

2,596 

2,388 

248 

4,372 

1 ,256 

1 ,571 

234 

443 

869 



3,368 
1,497 
1 ,010 
487 
( 0) 
( D) 

( D) 



2/636 

< D) 
CD) 
<0) 

553 

< 0) 



< 0) 

371 
20 

1 ,869 
1 ,556 
( D) 
( D) 
313 

3,966 
(0) 
CD) 
( 0) 

2 
( 0) 
(D> 
<D) 

< D) 

< 0) 

4/116 

21 1 
<D> 
<D) 
1 /038 

181 
1 /710 
(DJ 
CD) 
<D> 
( D> 
20 

1 z898 
( •) 

425 

610 

19 

844 

820 
624 
196 

5z051 

9z869 

7z764 

2z627 

201 

9 

277 

1z568 
163 
409 
121 

166 


29 

92 



38z292 
(0) 
<D> 

360 
<D> 
<D> 

960 



13z140 60z542 



4z868 

649 

1z248 

2z971 

24z860 
1 4,241 

(0) 

2z749 

(D) 

1z299 

6z704 
4,615 
1,438 
3,177 
2,089 

10,488 
4,932 
1,126 
1,101 
738 
1,968 
5,556 
1,579 
2/376 
1 ,600 

13,622 

633 

259 

2/255 

736 

988 

2/648 

4/356 

3/227 

1/1 29 

992 

755 

22/116 
5/399 
3/547 
6/185 
5.080 
1/904 

7,933 
3,832 
4,101 



20,974 
7,1 34 

6,315 

929 
69 
2.066 
(D) 
(D) 
2.742 

481 
1,189 
(D) 

344 
(D) 



CO) 

92 
(D) 

coo 

(D) 

(D) 



9,253 

235 



186 

49 

1z?93 
837 
<D> 
CO) 
IBJ 

<D> 

1z704 
1z673 
<D) 
(D) 
31 

31 1 

(D) 

(0) 

(D) 

<D) 
49 

(D) 

5 
1 

<0> 

5/210 
19 

(0) 

(D) 

CD.) 

<D) 

( D) 

2/521 

<D) 

(0) 
57 
198 

5/108 

(D) 
288 
278 

(0) 
246 

<D> 
(D) 
59 

<D ) 

255 

4 1 6 

1/853 
64 
(0) 
(D) 

30 
<D) 

785 

ID) 

474 



4 

<D) 



360 
77 
77 

<D) 
<D> 
(D) 

1 7/766 

94 



( D) 



24 
<D) 

10/347 
5,329 
<D) 

443 
< D) 
(0) 

1,288 
402 
252 

149 

887 

2,478 

1,045 
89 

217 
<D) 
( D) 
1,433 
<D) 

238 
(0) 

3,558 

121 

168 

44 

327 
364 
460 

1 ,560 

<D) 

(D> 
423 
91 

5,459 

2,551 

768 

1 /630 
<D) 
( D) 

1/788 

1 /698 

91 

495 

2/938 

1/153 

1/042 

268 

20 

521 

85 



148 

1 1 

9 



1 1 8 

10 



(D) 
<D> 
ID) 
(D) 
ID) 
(D) 
730 

6/132 

161 

< D) 

ID) 
( D) 

3/023 
(D) 
ID) 
(0) 


<D) 

(0) 
(0) 
(0) 
CD) 

ID) 

2/278 

(D) 

(D) 

< D) 


17 
( D) 
(D) 
<D) 



(D) 


5 



(0) 
141 
3 
4 

4 

(D) 



688 

< D) 
<D) 

1 04 
44 
(D) 

744 
<D) 

< D> 

1/061 
3/513 

2.056 

( D) 
28 

131 
<D) 
1 
452 
( 0) 
<D) 


<D> 
14 



<D> 

2 00 
(0) 
(D) 
(0) 

co) 
co) 

14/646 

2,714 
CO) 
(0) 
1,1 36 

5/502 
4,488 
289 
<D> 
(D) 
CD) 

1/141 

1 15 
(D) 
( D) 
1 /D25 

2/716 

1/664 
618 
284 

<D) 

(0) 

1,053 

<D) 
225 

(D) 

2,572 

345 



(D) 

289 

356 

320 

7 

4 

3 

254 
( D) 

5,064 

520 

1 ,313 

2,1 36 

547 

547 

CO) 

<D) 
CD) 

4,706 

9,872 

1 ,938 

1 ,424 

204 
1 3 

296 
ID) 
( D) 

765 
( D) 

1 21 
CO) 
85 

193 



160 
54 
(D) 
<0) 
<D) 
(D) 



7,650 

(D) 
(D) 

5 
<D) 

3,365 
CD) 
1/673 
(D) 

2 
<D> 

( D) 
( D) 



70 

880 
(0) 
<D) 
45 

270 
(D) 


ID) 
CD) 

687 
62 
1 
ID) 
I 0) 
(D) 
ID) 
CO) 
(D) 



129 

38 

2/069 
1 
71 
(D) 
<D) 

1 19 

307 
CD) 
CD) 

CO) 

3/700 
874 

<D) 

2 34 

4 

<D) 
87 

194 
(D) 
139 

(D) 
(D) 



894 

(D) 

< D) 




(D) 



3/885 

355 

4 
(D) 
CD) 

311 
CD) 

75 
(0) 
(D) 

1 

1 /I 94 
( D) 

139 
ID) 
CD) 

899 

501 


(0) 
(D) 

399 
<D) 

185 
(0) 

1,125 

167 
<D) 
CO) 
CD) 

114 
27 
<D) 
CD) 
<D) 

197 
4 

18/724 
4.521 
5.978 
5/708 
2/014 
503 

161 
(D) 

( D> 

2/082 



654 
846 

22 


54 
CD) 
<D> 
567 
377 
32 
30 
ID) 

co) 



(0) 

CO) 

(D) 






519 

(0) 




ID) 

CD) 




ID) 





1 1 1 

(D) 
CD) 


(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(0) 




CD) 






2 71 


(D) 



(0) 

(0) 

CD) 





o 

CD) 

CO) 

CO) 

(D) 
56 


68 

116 



1 16 

CO) 

ID) 

86 

129 
CD) 


( D) 
(D) 


CD) 


(D) 




(D) 



1/208 
(D ) 

18 
(D) 


(0) 
CO) 

2/806 

(D) 



CO) 

(D) 



CO) 

( D) 



( D) 
CD) 

( D) 

CO) 



271 
153 

(D) 
< D) 
1 19 

CD) 

( D) 


( 0) 

I D) 





244 

(D) 




CO) 

(0) 






(D) 

CD) 

664 

48 
CD) 

141 
(0) 
CD) 

559 



559 

421 

CD) 

1/414 

ID) 
213 
1 
< D) 

<D) 



1 V? 

51 
31 

CD) 

( •) 

CO) 






u 

384 



(0) 

CO) 





< 0) 

o 



124 
( 0) 

I 0) 







( 0) 



10) 
< 0) 



CD) 
CO) 

< .) 



327 

( D) 
10) 
C D) 







CD) 


1 .843 

492 

38 
CD) 
I 0) 
(0) 


279 
1 78 
(0) 


< D) 

1 



3 

1 





'21 7 

130 

(D) 
CD) 



CD) 



CO) 

I 0) 







CO) 

(0) 

69 
<D) 
(D) 
433 



94 



ID) 
CD) 



132 
1 

80^ 



I 0) 
I 0) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 



u 
79 

48 

1 => 



163 
( D) 

< D) 




( D) 



191 




u 









1 



u 
1 



( D) 
( 0) 



1 


( D) 

176 

(D) 




( 0) 

5 

I D) 


u 


< D) 



143 




3 


3 

CD) 

( b> 
115 
79 



C D) 



l D ) 

(0) 
CO 

I ) 



c 



c 
c 
)) 



1 94 



CO i 

CD) 



(0) 
ib 1 



c 



L 
CD) 

c 

1.906 

442 

65 
(D ) 
ID) 

1 



24C 

1 57 

(D) 

C 
ID) 

1 4 



39 



t.ONBAI.r U.S. AFFILIATES 



.--Total Assets of 

CMi 



Affiliates, Country of U80 by Industry of Affiliate 
llions of do I I arsj 



All 
indus- 
tries 



Mining 



Petro- 
leum 



Manuf ac t ur ing 



F ood 
and 
kindred 
prod- 
ucts 



Chemi- 
cals and 
allied 
prod- 
uc t s 



Pr i mar y 

and 
fabri- 
cated 
metals 



Machin- 
ery 



Other 

manuf ac* 

t ur i ng 



whole- 
sale 
trade 



Detail 
trade 



Finance. 

except 

bank ing 



Insur- 
ance 



Real 
es tate 



Cther 

indus- 

tr ies 



<1 ) 



(2) 
6,813 
5,342 
3.092 

( D) 

1 15 


413 

193 

CD ) 
(0) 
(0) 

1 36 



<3> 
44,060 

3,368 

38,292 

37,605 
( D) 
(0) 
( D) 
360 

(0) 

35 
CD) 
(0) 

686 




o 

( 0) 
( D) 
(0) 
160 
4 

894 

( 0) 

1,208 

(0) 


I) 
1 
CD) 

( ) 



(4) 



(5) 
8,203 
2,636 
4,868 

< 0) 


(0) 
235 

94 


34 
( D) 

161 
2,714 

<D> 

<0) 




< 0) 
( 0) 

1 

< D) 



355 
(0) 
(0) 

( D) 




( 0) 



<6) 
26,086 
553 
24,860 

21 ,359 

(0) 

CD) 

1,793 

10,347 





CD) 

3,023 

5,502 

3,502 




4 



1 32 

3,365 



311 
(D) 
(0) 

( D) 



(7) 

10,277 

1,869 

6,704 

5,040 
473 

(0) 

1,704 

1,288 

1 

(0) 

(0) 

1,U1 

1 ,664 



< D) 


(D) 


CD) 
(0) 



1 ,194 

111 
271 

(0) 


128 

( D) 

4 




(8) 
1 7,427 

3,966 

10,488 

8,296 

<D> 

(0) 

311 
2,478 
( D) 

472 



2,278 

2,716 

2,193 

< D) 

< 0) 

<o) 

45 



1,208 

880 



899 

(D) 

( 0) 

(0) 



u 




(0) 

( 0) 



<9> 
19,690 

4,116 

13,622 

(0) 
(0) 

32 
5,210 
3,558 
(0) 

222 
(0) 
<0) 
2,572 

(0) 

34 
185 
<D) 

4 
2 
( D) 

687 
(0) 

1 ,125 

271 

244 

CD) 

3 



< D> 

(0) 



(10) 

50,068 

1,898 

22,116 

18,603 
302 

<o; 

5,108 

5,459 

(0) 

1,264 
468 
688 

5,064 

3,513 

84 

13 

CD) 

107 

23 

771 

2,069 

CD) 

18,724 

(0) 

664 

60 5 
19 
60 
158 
( 0) 
CD) 
(0) 



(11) 

9,685 

820 

7,933 

7,571 

284 



(0) 

1,788 

5 

(0> 
744 

<0) 

363 
(0) 



1 

o 

o 

(0) 
307 



161 

1 16 

559 

32 


3 



526 
490 

34 
2 






<12) 
32,291 

5,051 
19,684 

CO] 

336 


(0) 

495 



61 

1,061 
4,706 

(0) 


CD) 

1 

(0) 

(0) 

118 
CD) 

2 

2,082 

(0) 

421 

(0) 

< 0) 



(13) 

36,240 

9,869 

20,974 

16,724 
(0) 



255 

2,938 


(0) 


3,513 
9,872 

4,250 


(0) 



(0) 

(D> 

<0) 

3,700 


375 

(0) 

(o; 
(0) 

o 

(0) 






(D) 


(0) 



(14) 

19,872 

7,764 

7,134 

6,013 

(0) 

(0) 

416 
1,153 
(D) 

172 

93 

2,056 

1 ,936 

1,120 
7 



78 

(0) 

32 



874 

(0) 

654 

86 

1,414 

738 

66 

17 

260 

46 

174 

174 

677 

147 

80 

373 

76 




(15) 

11,320 

2,627 

6,315 

(0) 
50 

(D) 

1,853 

1,042 

CD) 
61 
30 

(0) 

1,424 

(D) 
(D) 
CO) 

CD) 

9 
26 
92 

CD) 
27 

846 

129 
(D) 

CD) 

CD) 

CO) 
82 
32 
4C 
30 

285 
41 

154 
75 
1 9 
(•) 



All countries 292,033 

Canada 47,879 

Europe 186,081 

European Communities (9) ..... 157,959 



Belgium ....... 

Ce nmar k ....... 

France 

Germany ....... 

Ireland 

Italy 

Lu xemb our g . . . . 
Netherlands ... 
United Kingdom 



Other Europe ... 
Austria ...... 

Finland ...... 

Liecht en stein 
Norway ....... 

Spain ........ 

Sweden ....... 

Switzerland 

Ot her 



Japan 

Australia, N. Zealand, 



Latin Amer i c a . 

South & Centi 
Ar gent ina 
Brazi I 
Mexico 
Panama 
Venezuela , 
Ot her 



al America 



Other Western Hemisphere . 
Bah am as ...... .......... 

Bermuda ...... .......... 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands, Caribbean 
Other 



.120 

524 

25,654 

31 ,196 

413 

2,473 

883 

36,103 

56,594 

28,122 
330 
380 
361 
335 
180 
4,087 

22,031 
417 



27,626 

S.Africa 6,973 



7,766 

3,516 
149 
113 
674 

1,611 
534 
434 

4,250 
864 
514 

2,742 
1 22 



CD) 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



81,684 
1 3,140 
60,542 

50,319 

1,286 

CD) 

9,253 
1 7,766 

CD) 
729 
168 

6,1 32 
1 4,646 

1 0,223 

64 

206 

37 

74 

(0) 

2,123 

7,650 

(D) 

3,885 

519 

2,806 

CD) 

3 



168 

582 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 
CD) 
(D) 

CO) 

20 
CD) 



C D) 
CD) 



(0) 



59 



CO) 
CD) 



CD) 

CD) 



CD) 



(0) 

C D) 



C D) 



Mi dd le Eas t 

Israel 

Other 

Kuwait ........ 

Le banon ...... . 

Saudi Arabia . . 
United Arab Em' 
Ot her 



Other Africa, Asia, S F 
Other Africa ........ 

Other Asia £ Pacific 

Hong Kong .... ..... 

Philippines ....... 

South Korea ....... 

Ot her 



United States 
Add endum-- OP EC .. 



7,273 
681 

6,593 
822 
51 2 

4,941 
118 
201 

2,840 
107 

2,733 

1 ,21 2 
239 

1 ,124 
159 

5,594 

6,670 



CD) 
( D) 
CD) 

(0) 



( D) 
CD) 
CO) 



163 
(0) 



384 
CD) 
<D) 
CD) 
213 
28 

CD) 

21 7 
CD) 
CD) 

106 
CD) 


6 

191 

194 



(0) 

CD) 




130 

130 
C D) 
C D) 






(D) 
(0) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



124 



124 
(0) 
CD) 






3 


3 



3 



C D) 
(D) 



C D) 
( D) 
CD) 



< D) 

(D) 

(0) 

(D) 

( 0) 



2 

1 76 
ID) 



327 
CD) 
(0) 







(D) 

CD J 



CD) 

4 
CD) 
CD) 

33 
1,020 
CO) 

1 ( 3 

(D) 












94 

94 
> 






(0) 
402 

CD) 



CD) 

132 
(0) 
CD) 
CD) 
«•) 
(0) 



(D) 

(0) 



1,843 

(0) 

(D) 
657 
114 
820 

( 0) 

(0) 

862 

35 

828 

626 

96 

( 0) 

(D) 

115 

1,906 



492 
59 
433 
(D) 
(0) 
(0) 
CO) 
26 



CD) 

CO) 
(0) 
CO) 



25 



48 

8 



75 
442 



40 



NONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table B-9. --Total Assets of 



Affiliates* Industry of Affiliate by Country 
[Millions of dollars} 



of Foreign Parent 



All coun- 
tries 



Europe 

Of yhi c h-- 



Germany 



Net her - 
lands 



Uni t ed 
Kingdom 



Swi uef 

I and 



Austra- 
lia. Nek 
Zea- 
land* 
and 
South 
Africa 



latin 
America 



Mi ccl e 
E ast 



Ot her 
Africa* 

Asia* 

and 

Pac i f i c 



Aoden- 

oum — 

OPEC 



(2) 

4 1*479 

1*929 
<D> 

750 
(D) 

4*371 

1*465 
1*045 

420 
(0) 
(D) 

386 



<3> 

1 88*301 

4, 742 
CD) 
2*452 
CD) 

37*192 
834 
(D) 
<D) 
< D) 
3*977 
CD) 



(4) 

19*4 87 

177 
39 

1 38 




<5> 
27,665 

263 

(0) 
(0) 



354 
77 
77 




(D) 

co) 

1 5*051 



(6) 
65*539 

<0) 

(D) 
(0) 
<D) 

33*473 
280 
78 
202 
( o) 
(0) 
( U) 

1 1 .026 

759 

180 

(D) 

(0) 

3*407 
1 *455 
24 
(0) 
ID) 
CD) 

529 
(0) 
< D) 
(D) 

<D ) 

3*050 

<D> 

CD) 

ID) 

(0) 

128 
(D) 
CD) 
CD) 



3*281 
CD) 

5 
CD) 
CD) 

139 
CD) 
CO) 
CD) 
CD) 

28 1 
( D) 

6*324 

CD) 

(D) 
454 
21 7 

CD) 

822 
(D) 
CD) 

1*183 

3*41 3 

4*153 

10) 
232 

1 <. 1 
CD) 

3 

564 

76 

4 5^ 



28 

2 



(8) 

21 *067 

CO) 


2 

C 0) 

1 46 
CO) 
CD) 


( D) 
CD) 


7*710 

(0) 

I 0) 

5 

C D) 

2*549 

C 0) 
767 
161 
2 

CO) 



C 10) 
1 .499 

C 0) 




< D) 

CD) 

CO) 
CD) 






193 

C D) 




I 0) 

(0) 





111) 

29*879 

(0) 

( 0) 

2 
2 

1 *594 
394 
C 0) 
(0) 
(D) 
CD) 
CD) 

7*228 

262 
C D) 
( D) 

223 

CO) 
CO) 
( 0) 
CD) 
C 0) 
CD) 

307 

188 
C D) 
CD) 

1 19 

C 0) 
122 


CO) 
< 0) 
CD) 
CO) 

4 
CO) 
(0) 

1 .195 
37 
CD) 

U 

C D) 
1 64 

CD) 





C D) 

CD) 

3*560 

CD) 
242 
500 

C D) 
356 

1 *040 

30 

1 *010 

4*108 

CD) 

5*395 

CD) 

592 
16 
C 0) 

130 
1 

«a 

271 
CD) 
CO) 
C D) 

166 



C 1 2) 

1 *365 











u 


I) 





C13) 

1,940 

ii 







IJ 
J 





CD) 

CD) 


2 

CD) 

CD) 




CD) 




3 




3 



3 



u 
1 

i 
I 



i 


C D) 

1 

CD) 



u 

2 



u 


< 0) 



1 *1 70 

C 0) 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

CO) 

CD) 

2 

CO) 

132 
(D) 
CO) 

CD) 

8 
5 

C D) 

(D) 



( 1 4) 

942 








u 
o 



o 





All industries 



Mining ........... ........ 

Metal mining ........... 

Coal 

Nonmetallic m i ne r a I s,e * . 



fuels 



Petroleum ...................... 

Oil & gas extraction ......... 

Crude pet. C no refin.) & jas 
Oil & gas field services ... 

Petroleum & coal products mfg. 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 

Other 



Manufacturing 



Food & kindred products ...... 

Grain mill & bakery products 

Beverages 

Other 

Chemicals & alliec products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs ......... .............. 

Soap, cleaners, & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 

Other 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 

Primary metal industries ... 

Ferrous .... .............. 

Nonf errous ............... 

Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery .................... 

Machinery, except electrical 

Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Office & computing mach. . 

Other 

Electric & electronic equip. 

Radio, TV, £ comm. equip. 

Electronic components .... 

Other 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products 8 apparel . 

Lumber & furniture ......... 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber & plastics products . 

Stone, clay & glass products 

Tr-anspor t a t i on equipment ... 
Motor vehicles S equipment 
Other 

Instruments & related prods. 

Other 



Wholesale trade 

Motor vehicles & equipment 
Metals & minerals ......... 

Other durable goods ....... 

Farm-product r au materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade ................... 

Food strs.,eat. S drink. places 
Retail trade, nee 



Finance, except banking 
Insurance .............. 



Real estate 



Other industries 

Agriculture .... .............. 

Forestry & fishing ........... 

Construction ................. 

Transportation ............... 

Communication & pub. utilities 
Services ..................... 

Hotels & oth. lodging places 

Business services .......... 

Motion pictures 6 TV tape .. 

Engineering i architecture . 

Other 



6,813 
1 ,466 
3,205 
2.143 

44,060 
2*71 2 
1*589 
1 *124 

33*273 
6*007 
2*067 

81 ,684 

8*203 

873 

3*564 

3*767 

26*086 
1 4*544 
2*500 
2,878 
4*845 
1*320 

10*277 

7,595 
2.257 
5*337 
2*682 

1 7*427 
7*645 
1*863 
1 *238 
1*201 
3*342 
9,782 
2,51 2 
4,456 
2,815 

19,690 
1 ,078 
535 
3,41 6 
2,064 
1 ,309 
4,436 
4,476 
3,265 
1,212 
1,357 
1 ,019 

50,068 
10,308 
1 5,081 
13*373 

7,196 
4*111 

9*685 
4,551 
5,135 

32,291 

36,240 

1 9,872 

11,320 

1,615 

101 

2,596 

2,388 

248 

4,372 

1 ,256 

1,571 

234 

443 

869 



9,712 60,453 



2,406 
CD) 
CD) 
67 

268 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 



1 ,985 
1*557 
(0) 
CO) 
428 

3*372 
CD) 

51 
10) 

2 

CD) 
(D) 
CO) 
CO) 
CD) 

1 *682 
211 
161 

CD) 
132 
49 
264 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

(D) 

CD) 

1 *884 
CO 
457 

619 

19 

788 

547 
CD) 
CO) 

5*100 

10*112 

5*703 

2*122 

58 

9 

284 

1*226 

160 

"585 

102 

172 



29 

8.' 



5*145 

792 

1*248 

3*105 

21*899 

12*070 
1*226 
2*745 
CD) 
CO) 

6*673 
4*649 
1*473 
3*176 
2*024 

11*225 
5*657 

1*812 
1 *09 7 
724 
2*024 
5,568 
1 ,587 
2,380 
1 ,600 

15*511 

662 

210 

2*255 

1,762 

980 

3,472 

4,362 

3,227 

1,135 

97 1 

837 

24, 159 
3,894 
8,172 
5*871 
4,244 
1 ,978 

7*829 
4*041 
3*789 

19, 746 

20,685 

7,247 

6, 248 

920 

72 

2,068 

CO) 

C ) 

2,360 
482 
877 

CD) 
344 

C 0) 



1 41 



CD) 
CD) 



75 


CD) 



7,723 

229 



186 

43 

1 ,793 
837 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

1 ,704 
1 ,673 
C D) 
CD) 
31 

311 
CD) 
CD) 

(D) 
C D) 

49 
ID) 

5 

1 

C D) 

3,686 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
< D) 
CD) 
CO) 
2,521 
CD) 
CD) 
98 
1 98 

3.462 

CO) 
1 93 
237 

CD) 

CO) 

76 
27 

49 

(0) 

255 

75 

( D) 

37 
CD) 
C D) 

27 
CD) 

335 

CD) 

47 



4 

C D) 



CD) 



24 
( 0) 

7.954 
3.040 
60 
443 
C D) 
CO) 

1.282 
402 
252 
149 
880 

2.396 

966 

123 

213 
I 0) 
CD) 
1 .430 
CO) 

236 
CO) 

3,325 

64 

85 

44 

327 

353 

460 

1 ,560 

CD) 

<D) 

356 

76 

4*847 
2*276 
649 
1 .579 
C D) 
CO) 

1 .788 

1 .698 

91 

358 

2.938 

1 .044 

1 .020 

249 

17 

521 

85 



1 48 

11 

9 



118 

10 



<D ) 
CD) 

850 
200 

CD) 

CD) 

CO) 

CO) 

CO) 

14,577 

2*371 

CD) 
CD) 
772 

5*358 
4*478 
268 
CO) 
<D> 
CO) 

990 

1 1 5 
CD) 
CD ) 

875 

2*707 

1*664 
618 
284 

(D) 

CD) 

1 *04 3 

CD) 
219 

C D) 

3,152 

339 

CD) 
389 
151 
320 



CD) 

4*838 

520 

1,338 

1,953 

547 

480 

4,568 
CD) 

C D ) 

4*740 

9,784 

1*580 

(D) 
1 76 
27 
288 

85 
<0 ) 

710 
CD) 

126 
CD) 
84 
1 5 4 



C 0) 
CD) 



1*376 
CD) 
< D) 
66 


492 
(0) 


CD) 
CD) 

1*031 
137 

CD) 

CD) 

(D) 

CO) 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 



1 55 

82 

1*936 

CD) 
427 
607 
449 

(D) 

200 
(D) 
CD) 

CD) 

3.683 

163 

(D) 
152 

130 
C D) 



238 



210 



C D) 

(0) 



5 



5 

CD) 
CD) 

CO) 




8 84 


3.854 

355 

4 
(D) 
C 0) 

311 
1 73 

75 
CD) 
CD) 

1 

CD) 

CD) 

139 
CO) 
25 

86"? 

501 


CD) 
CD) 

368 
C D) 

1 54 
C D) 

CD) 

167 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

1 14 
27 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

1 97 



18.724 
4*521 
5*978 
5*708 
2.014 
503 

161 
CD) 
CD) 

2.082 

375 

632 

CD) 
22 

54 
< D) 
CD) 
562 
372 
32 
30 
C D) 
CD) 



CD) 



CO) 
CD) 

( 0) 


CD) 

CD) 

<D) 





( D) 






59 



CO) 





CO) 



u 



254 

C D) 

134 

29 



CD) 

CD) 


( D) 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

1 t v 

CO) 


3 

C D) 



C 0) 



<D) 




( D) 



CO) 
CO) 
C«) 



318 

C D) 

C D) 

CD) 


2 










471 

62 



U 

2 





1 9 



4 j 1 

57 

1 




CD) 
CO) 



CO) 
CD) 

CD) 





1 6 

2 



1 

14 



4] 



NONBANK U.S. AfFlJ.lAT.ES 



Table 8-10. --Total Assets of Affiliates* Industry of Affiliate by Industry of U80 

CM i 1 1 i ons of dol I ars3 





A I I 
indus- 
tries 


Govern- 
ment 


Individ- 
uals, 

estates, 

and 

trusts 


Petro- 
leum 


Agr 
cult 


- 
jre 


M i n i ng 


C on- 

s tr uc- 

t i on 


Manufac- 
turing 


T rans- 
porta- 
t i on. 
c ommu- 
nica- 
t i on, 
and 
public 
uti ti- 
tles 


uhole- 

sa le and 

retail 

trade 


Banking 


Holding 

coapa- 

ni es 


Other 

finance 

and 

insur- 
ance 


Real. 
estate 


Serv- 
ices 




< 1 ) 


(2) 


< 3) 


(4) 


<5> 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(153 




292,033 

6*813 
1 ,466 
3*205 
2*143 

4 4,060 
2*712 
1 ,589 
1,124 

33,273 
6*007 
2,067 

81 ,684 

8*203 

873 

3,564 

3,767 

26,086 
14,544 
2*500 
2*878 
4,845 
1,320 

10,277 
7,595 
2,257 
5,337 
2*682 

1 7*42? 
7*645 
1 *863 
1 *238 
1*201 
3*342 
9.782 
2,512 
4,456 
2*815 

19,690 
1 ,078 
535 
3,416 
2,064 
1 ,309 
4,436 
4 ,476 
3,265 
1 ,212 
1 ,357 
1,019 

50.068 
10,308 
15,081 
1 3,373 

7,1 96 
4,111 

9,685 
4,551 
5.135 

32.291 

36.240 

19,872 

11,320 

1 ,615 

101 

2,596 

2,388 

248 

4,372 

1 .256 

1 .571 

234 

443 

869 


7.319 

(D) 
(D) 

< D) 



< 0) 
<D) 


(D> 

3 
(D) 



2,755 




D 

(D> 
(D> 

(0 ) 





( D) 
(0) 
(D) 
(D) 
3 

74 
(D) 

3 
(D ) 

D 
(0) 
(D) 


(D) 

D 

(0 ) 

3 
3 
3 

<D> 

3 
3 

(0) 

(D) 

(0) 

3 


1,057 
( 0) 
( D) 

485 
(D ) 
(0) 


3 
3 

CD) 

3 

1 ,277 

944 


24 

3 
(0) 
( D> 
29j 
206 
( D ) 

3 

CD ) 


43,843 

368 
CD) 
( D) 
(0) 

725 

433 
254 

I 79 
(0) 

( D) 
(D3 

9,767 

361 
91 
30 

240 

( t>) 
(0) 
( D) 
124 

< D) 

10 

1,107 

II 2 
CD) 
(0) 

996 

532 

492 

76 

126 

< D) 
(0) 

40 
CD) 
(D) 

23 

(D) 

193 
274 
321 
51 8 
336 
885 
(0) 

to) 

(D) 
108 
138 

5,937 
1 06 

1 ,21 5 
897 

3,252 
467 

1 ,420 
463 
957 

8,227 

(D) 

8,247 

(D) 

1 ,033 
59 

225 
( 0) 

1 
1 ,920 

566 

71 2 
( 0) 

128 
<D) 


4 5,941 

(D) 

13 
(D) 

(D) 

40,424 
1.550 
1.015 
536 
(0) 
(0) 
1.141 

962 

<D) 


(0) 



84 5 

(D) 



(D) 


CD) 

CD) 

CD) 




CD) 
CD) 

(0) 





1 


1 



(D) 












(0) 

<D) 


(D) 
<0) 



1 





1.910 



66 

(D) 

3 


3 


(0) 



<D) 




(D) 


59? 

5 



5 









35 

( 0) 



(D) 















(D) 

< D> 

< D) 



2 


















<D> 



(D) 

(D) 

< D> 

1 



1 

2 


8 

<D) 
87 

(0) 




5 
5 






8*74 5 

639 
376 
(D) 

(0) 

184 
<D) 
<D) 



(D) 



2,537 







(0) 

(D) 




(D) 


1,097 

(0) 

(D) 

CD) 
CD) 

<D) 







(D) 



<D) 

(0) 



(D) 

CD) 

3 

(D) 




5 


(D) 



CD) 

2 







3 

CD) 


1 

<D) 




(D) 


2 




2 


2,418 














47 




















1 
1 





1 






46 




(D) 


3 

(D) 







39 



39 



(D) 


<D) 

3 



189 

(0) 




2,031 
1 


CD) 
65 

3 

<D) 

1 


76.580 

1,536 
916 
<D) 
<D) 

162 
(0) 
(0) 


<0) 

2 
(D) 

49,846 

S.985 
(D) 
<D) 
3,221 

1 7 , 5 54 
13.254 

1.922 

(D) 
1 46 

CD) 

5,1 35 

4,113 
1,037 
3,076 
1 ,021 

11,773 
6,277 
1,463 
1.021 
1,134 
2.659 
5.495 
(D) 
2.519 
CD) 

9,399 
683 
223 

1.655 

1,435 
774 

1.616 

1 ,499 

(D) 

(D) 
945 
570 

18,378 
7,319 
1 ,434 
7,966 
39 
1 ,619 

(03 
(0) 
(03 

2,279 



67 

< D) 
(D) 

1 
40 
3 
<D) 
369 

121 
26 
(D) 
(0) 


3,695 






564 
<D) 

(D) 
CD) 


(D) 
(0) 

1,552 

(0) 


CD) 
(D) 



c 

c 





(D) 




c 

CD) 

(03 

<D) 




(D) 


ID) 
CD) 
CD) 



300 




(D) 

CD) 






(0) 


91 


4 

61 

3 

23 

(D) 


(D) 

1 

(D) 

76 

1.3 50 
4 
CD) 


CD) 
118 
55 
(0) 
(D) 

1 
21 


20,185 

1 




1 

(D) 





(D) 


1.696 

349 
(0) 


(0) 

(D) 




CO) 



(D) 
(0) 
CD) 
CD) 


145 
145 

CD) 



(*) 

(0) 






(0) 

(D) 


1 

(D) 






(0) 

14.765 
2.678 
6,323 

1,907 
2.40? 
1.4 51 

2,849 

2.09? 

752 

(D) 



215 

242 
CD) 




(D) 


15 
(0) 

4 



CD) 


11.931 







7 
7 
7 





(0) 

(03 



(0) 








































921 



921 



1 



i 

8.916 
(0) 
121 

(S3 

(03 





ID) 

5 




5 


23.238 

(ft) 

18 

4 
(0) 

1.666 
373 
(0J 
CD) 
(0) 
(0) 
(O) 

12.221 

(S3 
(03 
(03 
71 

2.730 
288 
347 

(0) 

(03 

(0) 

1.541 
(03 
937 

(O) 

(D) 

2,737 
(03 
(03 
(ft) 

3 
34 
(ft) 
(ft) 
(ft) 

(D) 

<o; 

(ft) 

(ft) 

1.316 

(ft) 

134 
1.895 
(ft) 
(63 

4 
(ft) 

20 5 

2.728 
(0) 

230 
1.048 
1.21 9 
(ft) 

1.238 

(ft) 

(ft) 

1.182 

(D) 

1.063 

736 

198 

1 

88 

(0) 

(0) 

277 

49 

W 
(0) 
(ft) 
(ft) 


37.000 

(0) 


(0) 



(ft) 
(0) 

(ft) 






129 







(ft) 




2 
(0) 

(ft) 





(0) 

58 
(ft) 



(0) 

14 
(ft) 



(ft) 



43 

(ft) 





(e) 







(ft) 



218 

(ft) 

6 
31 
(ft) 

(ft) 


(03 

8.609 

26,815 

755 

1 59 
(0) 



(03 


81 

(0) 

1 

(ft) 


8,146 







3 
3 
3 






a 


























c 





















1 




1 




22 

(ft) 
(ft) 

.1 



7,764 

31 5 
7 


(0) 




(D) 

37 
(03 





(ft) 


2.400 




CO) 









(ft) 


N o nm et a I I i c minerals/ex. fuels 




(ft) 




2 


Crude pet. (no refin.) & gas 
Oil & gas field services ... 

Petroleum 6 coal products mfg. 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 



2 


(ft) 






(ft) 


Grain mill & bakery products 













Chemicals & allied products .. 







Soap* cleaners* A toiletries 







Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 


eel 

CD) 







Fabricated metal products .. 


2 

4 


Machinery* except electrical 
Construction machinery ... 
Special industry machinery 
Office & computing mach. . 


4 



4 




Electric & electronic equip. 
Radio* TV/ & comm. equip. 
Electronic components .... 












(ft) 


Textile products & apparel . 






Paper & allied products .... 

Rubber & plastics products . 

Stone* clay S glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 

Motor vehicles & equipment 



5 



CD) 

(ft) 



Instruments & related prods. 








188 


Motor vehicles & equipment ... 


<D) 
(O) 




(0) 


Farm-product raw materials ... 


(0) 

(ft) 

(D) 


Food strs.*eat. & d ri n k . p I ace s 


(ft) 






5 
(D) 




24 




801 




1 









CO) 




(ft) 


Communication & pub. utilities 


(»> 

754 


Hotels & oth. lodging places 


29* 
135 


Motion pictures £ TV tape .. 
Engineering £ architecture . 


8 
111 

206 



42 



N0N8ANK U.S. AFF lLlATt S 







Table 


3-1 1 .--Total 


Assets of Af f i ll 
CM i I I i ons 


ates, Countr 
dol larsJ 


1 


f UBO by 1 


ndu s t r y 


of U80 
















Al I 
indus- 
tries 


Goven- 
men t 


Individ- 
uals, 
estates, 

and 
trusts 


Petro- 
leum 


Agr 
cul t 


i - 

u r e 


Mining 


Con- 
struc- 
tion 


Manufac- 
turing 


Trans- 
porta- 
tion, 
commu- 
nica- 
tion, 
and 
public 
utili- 
ties 


Uhol e- 

sa I e and 

retail 

trade 


Banking 


Holdinj 

coopa - 

n i e s 


Other 

finance 

and 

insur- 
ance 


Real 
estate 


Serv- 
ices 




< 1 ) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(1 5) 






292,033 

47,879 

186,081 

157,959 

4 ,1 2D 

524 

25,654 

31 ,196 

41 3 

2,473 

883 

36,103 

56,594 

28,122 
330 
380 
301 
335 
180 
4,087 

22,031 
41 7 

27,626 

6,973 

7,766 

3,516 
149 
1 1 3 
674 

1 ,61 1 
534 

4 34 

4,250 
864 
514 

2,742 

122 

8 

7,273 
681 

6,593 
822 
51 2 

4,941 
1 18 
201 

2,840 
107 

2,733 

1,21 2 
239 

1 ,124 
159 

5,594 

6,670 


7,319 

601 
5,610 

5,305 

(D) 



3,601 

(D) 

(0 ) 

460 



3 

952 

306 
(D) 
2 
3 
(D ) 



3S 



8 2 

3 

3 

CD) 

(D> 

3 


(D) 



3 

(0) 

3 
3 





3 

933 

3 

931 

6 51 


(0 ) 
(D> 



<D> 

(D) 

34 



(0) 

(D) 


936 


43,843 

8,852 

20,783 

16,986 

24 3 

46 

4,022 

8,41 1 

(•) 

430 

43 

1 ,61 7 

2,173 

3,797 

79 
151 
298 

64 
1 3? 

69 
2.906 

93 

435 

1 it. 

1,847 

1,390 
103 

42 
356 

27 
514 
349 

457 
286 
143 

(D) 
20 

CD) 

5,759 
180 

5,578 

<D> 
512 

4,694 

( D) 
193 

(0) 

55 
(D) 

541 
(D) 

43 
(D) 

(D) 

5,637 


4 5,941 

3,520 

4 0,862 

40,602 
(D> 



1,172 

304 



1 



22,047 

(D> 

260 







69 



<D) 

CD) 



(0) 

(0) 

33 









33 


33 















1 


1 

1 






(D) 




592 

39 

429 

41 2 
2 
2 

8 



< 0) 


4 

(D) 

16 
1 




2 


14 


66 



54 

54 




(D) 

( D) 

(0) 


















2 


2 



J 

2 



2 

( D) 


8,745 

2,070 

(0) 

(D) 

557 



<D> 

93 









668 

(0) 





(D) 



u 




(0) 
(0) 

(0) 




(D) 

(D) 



2 


2 












'J 
u 








J 


5 

3 


2,418 

19 

2,118 

(0) 
ID) 

3 

988 

517 



(D) 


<D) 
376 

<D> 



3 





(D) 

CD) 



157 

(0) 

3 





u 





3 




3 


( D) 

(D) 
3 




3 

21 



21 



<D) 

(0) 



1 



76,580 

10, 150 

54,981 

44,317 

616 

182 

5,949 

16,119 

37 

1,184 

1 54 
4,442 

15,634 

10,6 64 

49 

195 



86 

11 

2,628 

7,590 

106 

10,146 

518 

2 57 

( D> 
(D! 

24 

122 

1 



(D) 

ID) 

( D ) 




CD) 

(D) 

1 27 
<0) 
CD) 

(D) 




u 


328 


328 

85 
(D) 

216 
(0) 

73 

(0) 


3,695 

2,056 

1.109 

1,063 



<0> 

71 

67 

( ' ) 


3 
(0) 
679 

46 



7 
O 

29 
5 
5 

306 

<D) 

1 U5 

(D) 




(D) 

(D) 



(») 

(D) 


(D) 





2 
2 








CD) 


(D) 
(0) 


(D) 







20,185 

895 

4,978 

4,573 

550 
15 

316 
1 ,81 1 

CD) 
(D) 

634 
1,200 

405 
<D) 
(0) 


(0) 

9 
(D) 
1 63 

127 

1 2,944 

186 

48 

(0) 


(D) 
CD) 

(0) 


2 

CD ) 

(0) 



(0) 




(D) 



(0) 




(D) 




1,037 

1,037 
ID) 
(D) 

800 
ID) 

CD) 

(D) 


1 1,931 

69 

1 1 .390 

11.1 74 

(D) 



( D) 
192 

5 

(D) 

<D) 

< D) 

21 6 







<D> 


199 

(D) 

<D) 

(D) 









ID) 

(0) 

(0) 





CD) 

(D) 






u 

29 

29 
<D ) 



(D) 

CD) 




23,238 

4,229 

1 3,57o 

11,932 

108 

(D) 

3,523 

59 

CD) 

U 

471 

3,037 

4,376 

1,6'.'. 





62 





67 6 

906 



(D) 

(D) 

4,324 

1,485 
(0) 

U 

u 

1,439 

u 

CD) 

2,840 
(D) 
ID) 
2,583 
69 


10 
10 



u 



194 

CD) 

(D) 

(D) 




1 

<D) 

J 


37,000 

8,218 

26,249 

15,679 

( D) 



(D) 

3,039 

( D) 
1-7 7 

CD) 

1,278 
10,861 

10,570 


(D) 



(D) 

<D) 

ID) 

9,999 


1 ,650 

66 

573 

(D) 



(0) 


(D> 




CD) 

354 
CD) 
<0) 



u 

2 


2 

2 



b 



to) 



(D) 

(D) 



1 

CD} 

2 


8,146 
5,816 
1 ,779 

1 ,754 

9 



53 

41 1 





62 

778 

44 1 

25 
U 


u 




25 


282 

3 
1 1 y 

25 





( D) 
C D) 

3 

93 
( 0) 

66 
( D) 
(D) 



19 

CD) 

( v> 

(D) 






117 



1 17 

94 

15 



7 

1 1 

5 1 


2, 400 






1,344 








European Communit 




631 












CD) 






CD) 









Italy 










(D ) 






1 9 


United < i ngdo m 




id ■> 




(D) 
























1 













(D > 






8 1 












1 1 7 


Australia, N.Zealan 


1, S S.Africa 


CD) 

ID ) 


South & Central A 




2 1 



















(D) 













Q 




(D) 










r.e t he r I a nd s Ant 
U.K. Islands, C 


Hies 

aribbean .... 







Midd le Eas t 




5 













c 













u 










C 
5 


Other Africa, Asia, 


& Pac if ic 


(D) 




fie 









































c 









43 



N0N6ANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



-12. --Total Assets of Affiliates* Country of Foreign Parent by Country of UBO 
CMittions of dollars} 







All coun- 
tries 


Cana 


ia 


E u rope 


J apan 


Austra- 
lia, 
New Zea- 
land, 

and 

South 

Af ri ca 


Latin 

A me r i ce 


Middle 
East 


trier 
Africa, 

Asia. 

and 

Pacific 


United 
States 


Adden- 

Sub 

OPEC 




Tota I 


Of yhi ch-- 




f ra nc e 


Germany 


Nether- 
lands 


United 
K i ngdom 


Switzer- 
land 






( 1 ) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


15) 


C6) 


(7) 


C8) 


C9) 


CIO) 


C11) 


C12) 


(12) 


C 14) 


CI 5) 






292/033 

41/479 

1 88/301 

161 ,701 

3,955 

500 

19,487 

27,665 

406 

450 

1 ,326 

65,539 

42,372 

26,600 
292 
232 
289 
333 
110 
3,959 

21 ,067 
31 9 

27,569 

1 ,499 

29,879 

3,043 

56 

84 

438 

2,207 

1 46 

1 1 2 

26,836 

( D> 
7,193 
13,254 
5,640 
< 0) 

1 ,365 

579 

786 

438 

2 

CD) 

( D) 

(D) 

1 ,940 

251 

1 ,689 

442 

84 

1,118 

4 5 

942 


47,879 

38,957 

8,398 

( D) 



3 
1 




8,354 

CD) 

(0) 




CD) 




(0) 







434 

5 




5 



479 
(D) 
( D) 

11 1 
83 
( D> 




□ 
U 





D 










186,081 

2,111 

1 73,504 

147,1 28 

3/955 

500 

1 9,487 

27,660 

4 06 

450 

1 ,326 

51 ,312 

42,031 

26,375 
2 92 
2 32 
235 
333 
1 10 
3,9 59 

20,895 
319 



CD) 

1 0,357 

326 




326 



10,032 

44 
CD) 
7,477 
(0) 














CD) 

86 
CD) 

(0) 








2 5,6 54 

( D) 

21,596 

21.418 
CD ) 


19,431 



(D) 

21 5 
(D) 

178 


3 




175 






CD) 

40 




40 

I) 

CDJ 


CD) 

550 
(0) 














CD) 

(D) 











31 ,196 

CD) 

28,532 

27/808 



(D) 
2 7,54 7 



(D) 

2 

CD) 

725 


27 




698 





CD) 

3 




3 



CD) 




CD) 

CD) 













i 
1 












36,103 

20 

35,20? 

34/849 

CD) 



CD) 


3 

l«) 
34,768 

CD) 

360 


3 
3 
D 


360 
3 





874 

2 


3 
3 
2 



873 



873 
3 




3 


3 
















56,594 

425 

55/586 

CD) 

2 
2 


4 



CD) 
40,1 17 

CD) 




CD) 





(0) 





CD) 

558 

CD) 





CD) 




CD) 

13 

CD) 

362 

57 












CO) 
CD) 

(D ) 

CD) 








22/031 

<D) 
1 9,1 70 

165 





1 

CD) 



3 

138 
CD) 

19,005 





55 







1 8.950 







2/793 

140 




140 




2/653 


CD) 

2/562 

CD) 





Q 







(D) 

CD) 










27,626 
CD) 
CD) 

CO 




D 
U 


CO 


CD) 








CD) 



27.569 



<D) 

1 






1 




CD) 


5 

CD) 












1 


i 

1 








6.973 

CO 

CO) 

CD) 









CD) 

(D) 

54 








5 4 




(0) 

(D) 












CD) 





26 

CD) 



























7,766 

5 

101 

89 



O 




CD) 

CD) 

1 1 



11 






a 







7,656 

2.568 

56 

84 

438 

1,731 

1 46 

112 

5,088 
S70 

CDJ 

3,586 
480 

CD) 










4 
4 





U 

154 


7,273 



512 

476 







345 
131 

36 



CD) 






(DJ 







5.397 

64 




64 




5,333 


CDJ 

1.289 
CD) 



1,364 

579 

785 

438 

2 

CD) 

(S) 

CD) 










778 


2.840 

CD) 

CD) 









CD) 

CD) 

5 
O 


5 











(D) 

CD) 





CD) 




<DJ> 



1 

521 
<fi) 









c 






CD) 

161 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
1 ,118 
45 

10 


5,594 

CD) 

105 

33 



4 




CD) 

CD) 

72 



3 

a 





69 

O 





CD) 

CD) 





CD) 




CO) 

93 
CD) 

238 
(O) 



1 

1 




1 




CO) 


CO) 


CD) 




1 


6.670 













185 




(0) 


















































67 


United < i n ^do m 




CD) 




CD) 




















4 






a 




















CD) 
















Australia, N.Zealand, S S.Africa 



5,6 98 


South s Central A 




20-4 






















52 






146 






t 


Other Western Hemisphere ..... 


S.493 
7 






(0) 


Netherlands Ant 
U. K. I si ands, C 


aribbean .... 


1.433 
(0) 

3 






778 













778 






438 













CD) 


United Arab Emi 




CD) 


Other Africa* Asia/ 


5 Pacific . . 


10 
(0) 




f i c 


CD) 



























CD) 






940 






— ....... 



44 



NONdANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



B-13. --Total Liabilities of Affiliates, Industry of Affiliate by Country of UBO 
[Millions of dollarsJ 





All coun- 
tries 


Canada 


Europe 


J apan 


Austra- 
lia/ 
New Zea- 
land, 

and 

South 

Africa 


Latin 

Ame r l c a 


Mi ddl 
Eas t 


e 


Other 

Africa, 

Asia, 

and 
Pacific 


Uni ted 
States 


A dd e n - 
dum — 
OPEC 




Total 




Of which-- 




France 


Ge r man y 


Ne t her- 

l dnils 


Uni ted 
K i nqdom 


Switzer- 
land 






(1 ) 


(2) 


<3> 


(4) 


(5J (6) 


(7J 


(8) 


(9) 


(10J 


( 1 1 ) 


( 12) 


(13J 


( 14J 


(1 5) 




207,925 

2,969 

27, 102 

50,609 

5,216 

14,846 
8,709 
1 ,267 
1 ,515 
2,718 
638 

6.503 
5,008 
1,495 

1 1 ,320 
5*266 
6,054 

12,724 

721 

361 

1,848 

1,119 

851 

3,141 

3,128 

931 

624 

43,461 

8,008 

11,911 

11,147 

6,11 3 

3,284 

6,809 
3,241 
3,567 

29,077 

27,975 

1 5,059 

7,862 

978 

32 

2,053 

1 ,507 

199 

3,095 


35,995 
1 ,529 
2,534 

8,252 

1.234 

325 
( 0) 


(D) 
(0) 
(0J 

1,275 

1 ,058 
217 

2,628 

(D) 

(DJ 

2,790 
168 
(DJ 
(0J 

(D) 
132 

(D) 

( 0) 
(DJ 
23 

1,406 

(D) 
277 
475 

(DJ 
638 

549 

439 
140 

4,533 

9,004 

6,500 

1,637 

1 34 

1 

221 

8 5 6 
141 
304 


127,943 

1.169 

22,887 

37,471 

3,438 

1 4,1 36 
8,507 
(D) 
1,435 
(D) 
(0J 

4,217 
3,1 12 

1,1 05 

7,030 
3,1 85 
3,844 

8,650 
385 
1 71 

1,181 
528 
639 

1,637 

3,009 
668 

4 32 

17,860 
4,297 
2,847 
5,078 
4,231 
1,407 

5,566 
2,781 
2,785 

1 7,983 

15,363 

5.236 

4,409 

5 30 
23 

1,641 
(D) 
(D) 
1 ,816 


19,635 
(0 ) 

(D ) 

5,623 

1 51 

935 

463 
(D) 

(n ) 
(0J 

(D) 

1,177 

1,1 53 

24 

250 
(D) 
(D) 

3,129 
16 
5 
(DJ 
(0J 
(DJ 
(D) 
(D) 
63 
107 

4,383 

(DJ 
285 
21 

(DJ 
188 

(0) 

(0) 
35 

CD > 

167 

303 

(D) 
34 
5 
679 
(DJ 
(DJ 
606 


20,907 
(DJ 
298 

1 1 ,490 

51 

6,455 
3,736 

(D) 

163 
(0) 
(D) 

857 
294 
563 

1 ,677 
688 
988 

2,450 

91 

92 

23 

255 

242 

(DJ 

(0) 

280 

62 

4,131 
1 ,804 
651 
1,385 
(D) 
(0) 

1 ,204 

(DJ 

(DJ 

323 

1,948 

672 

(D) 
1 1 1 
A 
461 
(DJ 


99 


21 .681 

(DJ 

(DJ 

3.865 

126 

1 .874 

(DJ 

(DJ 

(D) 


(DJ 

(DJ 
(0J 
(DJ 

1 .356 

(DJ 

( D) 

(DJ 


4 


(DJ 
81 
3 
2 

(DJ 
3 

592 
(DJ 

350 
(D) 

32 
(DJ 

51 4 
<D) 
(0) 

784 

2.779 

1.688 

(D) 
18 

130 
(DJ 

1 
(DJ 


38.570 

(DJ 

(DJ 

8.423 

1,948 

2.701 
2.199 
1 17 
(DJ 

1 
(0) 

498 

82 

417 

1 ,756 
966 

790 

1,520 

1 82 



(DJ 

180 

231 

212 

7 

(DJ 

(0J 

3,866 
362 
907 

1,708 
459 
4 30 

(DJ 
(DJ 

(0J 

4,233 
7,323 

1,418 

1,023 

1 1 1 

3 

(D) 

ID) 

(D) 
53 5 


17,198 

(DJ 

109 

5.026 

(DJ 

1.791 
(D) 
(0) 
(D) 

2 
(DJ 

(DJ 

(DJ 
50 

720 
(DJ 

( D ) 

465 

40 
1 
(DJ 
(DJ 
(DJ 
(DJ 
(DJ 

108 
(D) 

1 ,695 
1 

60 
(DJ 
(DJ 

94 

237 
(D) 
(DJ 

(DJ 

2,635 

637 

(DJ 
154 
3 
(D) 
(D) 


1 i3 


22,191 
(»J 

864 

2,276 

261 

1 61 
(D ) 
(DJ 
(OJ 
(OJ 
( • ) 

(0 J 

(D) 
18 

514 
215 
299 

(OJ 
(DJ 

( D) 
(OJ 
(D) 
66 
23 
(D) 
161 
4 

1 5,631 
3,349 
5,324 
4,769 
1,747 
441 

103 
(D) 
(DJ 

1,893 

(DJ 

511 

(0) 
1 7 

26 
(D) 
(D) 
458 


4,620 

(DJ 

(DJ 

345 
(0J 

(D) 




(D) 



u 

1 07 
(D) 
(DJ 

43 
43 



183 


(D) 


(DJ 

3 
(DJ 




(D) 

(OJ 

(DJ 

<D) 
53 


64 

84 



84 

(DJ 

(DJ 

(DJ 

1 1 3 
(DJ 


(D J 
(DJ 


(DJ 


5.129 
(DJ 

633 
1.667 
(OJ 

(OJ 

< • ) 
(DJ 

3 
(D) 



(OJ 
(OJ 

(0 ) 

(0) 

(DJ 
(D) 

165 

(D) 



5 

(DJ 




(DJ 

(DJ 

(D J 

37 
(D) 
1 U 

98 
(OJ 

431 



4 S1 

(0 J 

(D ) 

1.026 

(DJ 

145 
( • ) 
(DJ 

(DJ 


1 71 


5.907 
(DJ 
( 0) 

301 
(OJ 

(D) 


U 

(0) 




105 
(D) 
ID I 

(DJ 

(D) 



(0) 


(D) 



(*) 







1 

( OJ 
(DJ 
(0) 
(0) 


(0) 



D 


(0) 



1.013 

4U6 
(0) 
<D ) 
(0) 
(DJ 



237 


2,404 

( • ) 

i 
(DJ 

1 1 1 
(DJ 



(OJ , 



u 

2 



2 

5 

(DJ 
(DJ 

(DJ 

1 

(DJ 



4 


(DJ 



u 

(OJ 

(D) 

71 
(D) 
< D) 
(OJ 

73 
(0) 

(D) 

(0) 

2 
658 

( 0) 
(DJ 
(DJ 

l 0) 
(D J 


55 


3.736 
(DJ 
(DJ 
(0) 










1 



1 

(DJ 

( D) 

2 

( DJ 

(DJ 




( OJ 
(OJ 
(DJ 


(0 ) 



1 10 

u 

(DJ 

4 


( D) 

3 

3 

(DJ 

(OJ 

(DJ 

(DJ 

(0 J 




( D) 



(DJ 


5, 52 7 









CO i 




135 


Chemicals & allied products .. 


(D J 

1 





Soap, cleaners, 4 toiletries 


1 




Primary S fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 


CD J 

1 
(D) 

(0 J 


Machinery, except electrical 
Electric 4 electronic equip. 


(D ) 




Textile products & apparel . 



U 


Paper S allied products .... 

Rubber & plastics products . 
Stone, clay & glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments & related prods. 




(D) 

4 

Q 
U 





(0 J 


^otor vehicles & equipment ... 








(D J 


Farm-product raw materials ... 




z 

o 


Food strs.,eat. & dri nk . p I ace s 







(0 J 






1,093 








50 




2 








1 


Communication & pub. utilities 



21 2 







nonsank u.s. iffitiaj; 



3-14. "Owners ' Equity of Affiliates* Industry of Affiliate by Country of UBO 
[Millions of dollars} 



All coun- 
tries 



Canada 



Europe 

Of uhi ch-- 



Ge r man y 



Nether- 
lands 



Uni ted 
Kingdom 



Switzer- 
land 



J a pan 



Aust ra- 
il a* 

New Zea- 
land* 

and 

South 

Africa 



Latin 
Are r i c a 



Middle 
East 



Other 
At" r i ca# 

Asia* 

and 

Paci t ■ c 



unites 
States 



Adden- 

Oun — 
OPEC 



All industries 



Mining 

Pet rcleum ................ 

Manufacturing 

Food 3 kindred products 



( 1 ) 



Chemicals S allied products .. 

Industrial chemicals 

Drugs 

Soap* cleaners* & toiletries 

Agricultural chemicals 

Ot her 



84*108 

3*844 

16*958 

31 *075 

2*987 

1 1 *240 
5*835 
1*233 
1 *363 
2*127 
682 



(2) 

1 1 *8B4 

1*813 

83 4 

4*888 

1 *402 

228 
(0) 

3 
< D) 
(D) 
CD) 



58*1 38 
1*923 

1 5*405 

2 3*3 71 

1*430 

1 0*724 
5*734 
1 *377 
1*314 
(0) 
(D) 



(4) 

6*019 

(D) 

271 
3*631 

104 

858 
374 

(D) 

2 

(0) 

CD) 



(5) 

10,289 

(0) 

63 
6*276 

44 

3*892 
1*593 
28 
280 
CD) 
(D) 



(6) 
14*422 
(0) 
(0) 
2*267 
35 

1,149 

(D) 

2 

(D) 


5 



(7) 
18,024 
(D) 
(0) 
6,222 
766 

2*801 

2,290 
1 71 
210 

<D) 

(D) 



(8) 
4,833 
(D> 

51 
2*624 
(D) 

1*574 

ID) 
(D) 

104 
(*) 

3 



(9) 
5*435 
5 

30 
1*609 

95 

150 
(D) 
(0) 

2 
CD) 

1 



(10) 
2*354 
(0) 
CD) 

1 74 

1 
CD) 



(0) 



(11) 

2,636 
( D) 

575 
1,139 

( DJ 
CD) 



CD) 



(12) 

1,366 

<D) 

4 
83 
(O) 
id; 



CD) 



(13) 
437 

2 
1 
(0) 
19 

(D) 



(D) 



(14) 
1,858 
( ») 
(O) 
(0) 












(15) 
1,143 



CD) 

59 

CO) 

4 
O 
C 

4 







Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery 

Machinery/ except electrical 
Electric & electronic equip. 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products S apparel . 
Lumber s furniture ......... 

Paper S allied products .... 

Printing S publishing ...... 

Rubber & plastics products . 
Stone* clay S, jlass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments i related prods. 
Cther 



wholesale trade ............... 

lotor vehicles S equipment .. 
Metals 6 minerals ........... 

Other durable goods 

Farm-prodjct raw materials .. 
Other nondurable goods 



Retail trade ................... 

Food strs.*eat. s drink. places 
Retail trade* nee 



Finance* except banking 
Insurance 



Real estate 



Other industries .... 

Agriculture 

Forestry % fishing 

Construction 

Transportation .... 
Communication S pub 
Services .......... 



j t i I i t i es 



3* 774 
2*586 

1*187 

6*107 
2,379 
3,728 

6,966 
357 
1 74 

1 ,569 
944 
458 

1 ,296 

1 ,348 
426 
395 

9,607 
2,300 
3* 1 71 
2*226 
1 *083 
827 

2*876 
1 *309 
1 *567 

3*213 

8*265 

4,813 

3*458 

637 

69 

543 

881 

50 

1 *278 



594 

498 

96 

1,338 

(D) 

(0) 

1 ,326 
43 
38 

( D) 
( D) 

49 
(D) 

6 

41 
( •) 

492 
( D) 

1 49 

1 34 
(D) 

235 

271 
215 

56 

467 

855 

1 ,253 

990 

67 

8 

55 

732 
22 

135 



2*487 

1 *503 

984 

3*458 
1*747 
1*712 

4*971 

247 

88 

1*074 

2 08 
350 

1*012 
1*347 

3 24 
323 

4,256 

1,1 02 

700 

1,107 

9 50 

497 

2,367 
1,351 

1*316 

1,701 



1 *898 

1*906 

399 

46 

425 

( D) 

(D) 
926 



526 
520 

7 



61 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 

( D ) 



(D) 
(D) 



-7 
91 



58 

172 

148 
24 

308 

87 

1 1 3 

(D) 

30 
(D) 
(D) 
<D) 

-2 
179 



431 
108 
524 

801 
357 

445 

1 *108 
29 
76 
21 
72 
122 

(D) 

(D) 
143 
29 

1*328 
747 
1 1 7 
244 

(D) 

C ) 

585 
(D) 
(D) 

173 

990 

481 

(D ) 
157 
16 

60 
(D) 



49 



(D) 
(D) 



922 
( D) 
(D) 



(D) 




1 

> 
60 
1 
2 



96 
5 



(D) 
CD) 
12 
3 

230 
(D) 
(D) 

277 

734 

368 

(D) 
13 
3 
2 
12 
<•) 
CD) 



642 
33 

5 0V 

961 
698 

263 

1,352 
163 



(D) 
1 09 
125 
107 

<«) 

(D) 
1 64 

1,1 98 
1 58 
406 
429 
88 
1 1 7 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

SU3 

2,549 

520 

401 
93 
1 1 
(D) 

8 
CD) 
230 



(D) 

(D) 
21 

160 
(D) 
(D) 

222 
23 
(*) 



(D) 

374 
(») 

10 
(D) 
(0) 
25 

69 
(») 

73 

1 36 

1,065 

237 

CD) 
80 
1 
46 
(D) 


61 



(D> 
(D) 
(D) 



385 

286 

100 



CD ) 
( D) 



(D ) 
(D) 



( •) 



3*093 
1*172 

6 54 

939 

266 

62 

59 
(D) 

C D) 

189 
(0) 

143 

(D) 

5 



27 

45 
(D) 
110 



CD) 
(D) 



CD) 
(D) 



69 

2 




CD) 
(0) 

CD) 



(D) 

CD) 
(D) 



2 



4 

32 



32 



<D) 
CD) 
CD) 



CD ) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

CD) 

(d; 



CD) 
CD) 



25 

127 


1 27 

(D) 
56 

388 

118 

68 

1 

1 

ZZ 



26 



(0) 

CD) 



(D) 

(0) 



(D) 
(D) 
(O) 



o 
o 


2 74 

u 

8 30 

86 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



( •) 
(♦) 

(*) 



(*) 

CD* 



(fi) 
(•) 



-3 



4 2 



-1 
11 
-1 



(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

C •) 

204 

1 18 
(D) 
CD) 
(D) 
-2 

24 



(*) 

(•) 

<D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(S) 



(D) 

(D) 



33 




(0) 

(«) 

(C) 

(•) 
(«) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(*> 



(D) 
<D) 



(D) 
(D) 



O 


CD) 
-i 





1 9 



17 



2 



O 

CD) 



813 

(D) 



14 



(D) 
CD) 
(•) 



(D) 



O 
27 



NONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table B- 1 5 . --Ba t anc e Sheet of A< f i I i a t e s --As se t s at Close FY 1979, Industry of Affiliate by Account 

[Millions of dollars] 



Current assets 



Cash 
items 



Current receivables 



Trade 
ac c ojnt s 
and 
trade 
notes 
receiv- 
able 



Inven- 
tories 



Noncurrent assets 



Proper- 
ty 
plant* 

and 
equip- 
ment , 

n e t 



Equ i t y 
invest- 
men t in 

other 

U.S. 
at i i li- 

a t es 



Equity 
invest- 
ment in 
t or ei gn 
busi- 
ness 
enter- 
prises 



other 

non- 
current 
i nves t- 

men t s 



Trade 
ace oun t s 
and 
t raoe 
notes 
receiv- 
able 



C5> 

44,502 

333 

(0) 

1 59 
(0) 

4,450 

181 

74 

107 

(0) 

(D> 

41 

1 2,017 

1,079 
104 
3 50 
625 



C6> 

5/307 
58 



<7) 

35,077 

383 

125 

47 

211 

2,195 
27 
1 1 
16 

1,622 

524 

22 



1,806 
109 
541 

1,156 



(11) 
2,858 

(0) 

1 
(0) 

4 

222 

21 
7 

14 
(0) 
(0) 
(0) 

797 

24 
CO) 
CO 



<12) 

7,283 

(0) 
(0) 


(0) 

978 
120 
38 
82 
<D> 
<DJ 
id) 

2,822 

CO) 

4 
ID) 

CO) 



< 13) 

5,931 

8 
2 
6 

(•) 

170 

21 

5 

1 6 
<D) 

25 
10) 

499 

52 
21 

6 

20 



(14) 
3,269 



CI 5) 

10,0 59 

1 67 
(0) 

35 
(0) 

562 
72 

(0 ) 

(0) 

(0) 
33 

(o) 

4,538 

to j 

(0) 

46 
O) 



All industries 224,121 



Mining ................... 

Metal mining ........... 

C oal 

Nonmetallic minerals, ex. 



, 4,1 79 

1 ,393 

1 ,093 

fuels 1,693 



Pe t r o I eum 



Oil 8 gas extraction 

Crude pet. (no refin.) & gas 
Oil & gas field services ... 

Petroleum 8 coal products mfg. 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 

Other 



36,624 

1 ,877 
982 
895 

( D) 

4,73V 

( D) 



962 

306 
266 

390 

10,705 
418 
163 
255 
7,662 
2,420 
206 



8,808 

100 
38 
23 
39 

(0) 
90 
35 
55 

(0) 
249 
! 1 



Manufacturing 67,119 33,340 2,085 

Food 8 kindred products 6,238 3,382 220 

Grain mill & bakery products 636 249 24 

Beverages 2,267 (0) 58 

Other 3,335 (0) 137 



49,810 

390 

87 

171 

132 

5,481 

262 

94 

168 

3,517 

1,616 

86 

1 3,064 

1,145 

1 04 
355 

686 



(0) 



12 



(0) 



1 ,031 
81 
20 
61 

(0) 

(0) 
45 

1 ,046 



5 

61 



30,251 100,176 70,776 



89 

56 

24 

8 



39 

24 
1 5 
(0) 
30 
26 

2,235 

21 1 

1 1 
(0) 
CD) 



3,21 7 

1 ,086 

827 

1 ,303 

25,919 

1,459 
819 
640 

(0) 

2,31 1 

( 0) 



2,856 
387 
(0) 
CD} 



2,463 

1 ,01 2 

724 

727 

23,951 

1 ,21 
708 
501 

(0) 

2,163 

(0) 



33,779 24,76£ 



2,000 
237 
727 

1,036 



13 
3 



(D) 

(0) 



54 
14 



( 0) 
( D) 
CD> 
(O) 
I • ) 



32 
2 
1 

29 



Chemicals 8 allied products .. 23,025 9,101 439 3,618 3,122 497 4,449 594 13,925 10,428 297 1,118 126 123 1,833 

Industrial chemicals 12,866 5,091 260 2,122 1,763 359 2,453 257 7,775 6,557 (0) 397 16 52 (0) 

Drugs 2,326 957 53 299 273 26 552 53 1,370 904 (0) 24 (0) (0) 381 

Soap, cleaners, 8 toiletries 2,652 1,140 52 390 353 37 599 99 1,512 711 1 183 CD) (D) 594 

Agricultural chemicals 4,015 1,378 63 603 (D) (D) (0) (0) 2,637 1,868 (0) (0) (DJ (DJ (OJ 

Other 1,166 534 12 204 (D) <D) (D) (D) 632 388 (0) (D> (0) 71 



Primary 8 fabricated metals .. 

Primary metal industries ... 

Ferrous .................. 

Nonferrous ............... 

Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery .................... 

.Machinery, except electrical 

Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Office 8 computing mach. . 

Other 

Electric 8 electronic equip. 

Radio, TV, S comm. equip. 

Electronic components .... 

Other 



8,753 
6,303 
2,063 
4,240 
2,451 

14,173 
6,334 
1,571 
1 ,1 58 
714 
2,892 
7,839 
1 ,638 
3,736 
2,465 



4,359 
3,090 
974 
2,117 
1 ,298 

8,990 

4,164 

898 

809 

474 

1 ,934 

4,826 

1 ,067 

2,141 

1 ,618 



325 

1 1 1 
58 
53 

21 5 

570 

272 

1 1 1 

47 

39 

75 

298 

39 

1 34 

75 



1,752 

1,233 

351 

88 1 
520 

3,845 

1,769 

298 

346 

1 91 

935 
2,076 
501 
955 
620 



1 ,660 

1,171 

342 

830 

489 

3,663 

1 ,660 
281 
326 

(D) 

(D) 

2,003 
473 
935 
596 



92 

o! 

9 

52 

31 

183 

109 

1 7 

20 

(D) 

(D) 
73 
28 
21 
24 



1 ,941 

1 ,471 

512 

959 

470 

4,193 
1,967 
473 
364 
224 
906 
2,232 
427 
914 
891 



371 

276 

53 

223 

95 

377 
157 

1 6 

52 
20 
69 
220 
100 
88 
32 



4,364 
3,212 

1 ,089 

2 ,123 
1,152 

5,183 

2,1 70 
672 
349 
240 
908 

3,013 
571 

1 ,595 
848 



3,642 
2,880 
1 ,024 
1 ,857 
762 

3,329 

1 ,474 

3 58 

253 

187 

675 
1 ,85 5 

204 
1 ,031 

621 



81 

4 1 
1 

4U 

40 

209 
(0) 



< 0) 
( 0) 
(0 ) 

( •) 



222 

95 

4 

91 

127 

405 
242 

159 

38 
(0) 
(0) 

163 
(D) 

33 
<0) 



i7 
34 



25 
22 



(D) 
(0 > 



113 

31 
(D ) 

1 
5 

(o) 

82 
(0) 
(0 ) 

16 



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(D) 



84 

26 



5 



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(D) 



C D) 
(D) 



357 

140 
46 
9« 

21 / 

1,043 

(D) 

CD ) 
51 

(0) 
8 7 

(0 ) 
216 
439 

(0 ) 



Other manufacturing 14,929 7,478 530 2.703 2,494 209 3,562 683 7,450 5,368 186 CD) 171 

Textile products 8 apparel . 946 592 42 194 180 15 338 18 355 302 5 15 3 

Lumber s furniture 332 194 15 78 68 10 83 14 137 76 1 (0) 30 

Paper S allied products 1,949 566 29 242 226 17 227 68 1,383 1,205 1 (0) (0) 

Printing i publishing 1,718 856 95 400 369 31 280 82 862 514 2 5 5 

Rubber 8 plastics products . 1,108 634 35 270 255 15 293 35 4 74 412 (•) 7 4 

Stone, clay 8 glass products 3,867 1,632 169 611 553 28 597 256 2,235 1,782 CD) (D) (D) 

Transportation equipment 3,073 1,838 73 472 404 68 1,169 123 1,235 656 <D) 219 25 

Motor vehicles 4 equipment 2,057 1,137 26 310 (D) (0) 794 57 871 473 (0) (0) (0) 

Other 1,016 651 48 162 (D) (0) 375 67 365 183 (0) (0) (0) 

Instruments 8 related prods. 1,106 640 45 237 226 11 319 39 467 222 1 158 (0) 

Other 829 526 28 199 185 15 251 47 303 201 2 37 (0) 



( • ) 
( • ) 
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CD) 

i • I 



CD) 

( • ) 



(D) 

2V 
(0) 

106 

332 

46 
1 73 
CO) 
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(0) 

62 
(0) 



Wholesale trade ............. 

lotor vehicles 8 equipment 
Metals 8 minerals ......... 

Other durable goods 

Farm-product raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade 

Food strs./eat. 8 drink. places 
Retail trade, nee ............ 



Finance, except banking 
Insurance .............. 



Real estate 



Other industries ............... 

Agriculture 

Forestry 6 fishing ........... 

Construction 

Trans portation ............... 

Communication 8 pub. utilities 

Services ..................... 

Hotels 8 oth. lodging places 
Business services .......... 

Motion pictures 8 TV tape .. 
Engineering 8 architecture • 
Other 



42,072 

8,753 

13,169 

1 1 ,1 08 

5,322 

3,720 

7,336 
3,325 
4,011 

1 7,667 

27,905 

13,256 

7,963 
1 ,278 

49 

1,215 

1 ,948 

167 

3,307 

1 ,005 

1 ,1 95 

180 

301 

626 



34,229 
6,992 

10,460 
9,469 
4,257 
3,030 

4,093 
1 ,633 
2,450 

14,113 

19,951 

3,609 



2,914 

31 7 

10 

781 

722 

55 

1 ,029 
176 
359 

(D) 
21 1 

(0) 



2,023 
318 
5 78 
558 
351 
21 7 

600 
258 
342 

1,475 
544 
433 

CD) 



143 

(D) 

1 7 

24 7 

92 

52 

3 

59 

42 



1 6,457 
2,614 
6,367 
4,231 
1,671 
1,574 

979 
122 
856 

8,476 

2,654 

741 

1,569 
1 19 

5 
472 
427 

19 
527 

6 

183 
23 

127 
134 



14,605 
2,415 
5, 534 
3,916 
1,461 
1,279 

924 
106 
818 

8,092 

2,274 

431 

1,377 

102 

1 

436 

378 

13 
447 

48 
1 50 

21 
112 
116 



1. 



.852 
199 
833 
315 
210 
295 

54 

1 6 

38 
384 

381 
309 

192 

17 

4 

36 
49 

6 
80 
11 
34 

2 
14 
19 



1 3,833 
3,537 
3,130 
4,364 
1,687 
1,115 

2,336 
1,128 
1,208 

1 



555 

93 

1 

55 

6 4 

13 

128 

9 

55 



1,916 
524 
385 

5 36 

5 4", 

124 

179 

125 

54 

4,191 

16,753 

2,418 

(0) 

37 
( • ) 

112 
(D) 

6 

128 

16 

69 

4 
19 
20 



7,843 
1 ,761 
2,709 
1 ,619 
1 ,065 
690 

3,242 
1 ,691 
1,551 

3,525 

7,954 

9,647 

5,049 

961 

39 

434 

1,226 
1 12 

2,277 
828 
836 

(D) 
90 

(D) 



3,958 

1 ,31 3 

655 

1,051 

562 

377 

2,595 
1 ,399 
1 ,1 96 

260 

393 

8,369 

4,019 

845 

32 

234 

1 ,079 

78 

1 ,750 

765 

630 

23 

54 

278 



443 

(0) 
207 
50 
18 

(0) 

14 
(D) 
CD) 

586 

1 51 

387 

(0) 
12 

41 

^4 



c •) 

(D) 



1 ,409 
51 

1,130 

43 

161 

24 

(0) 
CD) 

2 

7u V 

CD) 

1 

1 1 1 

25 






84 



360 

4 

101 

43 

109 

44 



4 5 

37 

8 

3,823 

294 

99 
13 




51 



1 
24 



774 

( 0) 

416 

95 

99 

(0) 

(0) 
(0) 

c •) 

»98 

52 9 
283 

coj 

15 
(0) 

30 
( 0) 

3 
1 53 
(0) 

12 
(0) 

2 
28 



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92 

2U0 
ilb 
1 16 
155 

472 
(D) 
CD J 

3UU 

(0 ) 

314 

(0) 

5 1 
(*) 
124 

68 

31 
(0 ) 

29 
CO) 

1 
(0 ) 

39 



47 



NO*BA*K U.S. Aff ILiAJtS 



-1 6_--8a I anc e Sheet of Af f i I 1 a tes--L i ab i I i t i es and Owners' Equity at Close f If 1979* Industry 

of Affiliate by Account 



CMillions of dollars] 





Total 






L 


labilities 











yners* equity 






Tota I 


Cur rent liabil 


i t i es 


Noncurrent liabilities 


Total 


Incorporated aff 


hatfi 


unincor- 
porated 
affili- 
ates 




Tota I 


Trade 

accounts 

and 

trade 

notes 
payable 


Other 


Tota I 


Long- 
term 
debt 


Other 


Total 


Capital 
stock 2/ 


Retai ned 
earning! 




< 1 ) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9J 


(10J 


(11 J 


(12J 


(13J 




224,1 21 

4,179 
1 ,393 
1 ,093 
1 ,693 

36,624 

1 ,877 
982 
895 

<D> 

4,731 

(DJ 

67, 1 19 

6,238 

636 

2,267 

3,335 

23,025 
1 2,866 
2,325 
2,652 
4,015 
1 ,1 66 

8,753 

6,303 
2,063 
4,240 
2,451 

14,173 
6,334 
1,571 
1 ,1 58 
714 
2,892 
7,839 
1 ,638 
3,736 
2,465 

14.929 

946 

332 

1 ,949 

1,718 

1,108 

3,867 

3,073 

2,057 

1 ,016 

1 ,106 

829 

42,072 

8,753 

13,169 

1 1 ,1 08 

5,322 

3,720 

7,336 
3,325 
4,01 1 

1 7,667 

27,905 

13,256 

7,963 

1 ,278 

49 

1,215 

1,948 

167 

3,307 

1 ,005 

1 ,195 

1 80 

301 

626 


1 59,693 

2,255 
949 
631 
676 

23,367 

(0) 
(0J 

553 
(D ) 
3,695 
(0) 

41,513 

3,962 

447 
1,065 
2,450 

1 2,738 

7,574 
1,053 
1,389 
2,147 
575 

5,821 
4, 290 
1,564 
2,726 
1,531 

9,257 

4,266 

983 

703 

418 

2,162 

4,992 

1,129 

2,334 

1,528 

9,734 

61 5 

225 

1,174 

825 

708 

2,761 

2,182 

1,432 

749 

728 

51 7 

34,285 
6,858 

10,731 
9,334 
4,372 
2,989 

5,073 
2,359 
2,719 

15,518 

21,999 

10,252 

5,425 

785 

16 

947 

1,185 
1 1 8 

2,375 
81 1 
737 
181 
204 
441 


87,297 

538 
2 50 

185 
103 

8,404 
< D) 
( DJ 

21 1 
5,953 
1 ,826 
( 0) 

1 9,354 

2,51 6 

1 52 

626 

1 ,738 

4,820 
2,804 
500 
490 
787 
240 

2,662 
1 ,784 

71 3 
1,071 

879 

5,159 

2,51 7 

480 

51 3 

248 

1.276 

2,642 

526 

1 ,160 

957 

4,196 
336 
1 39 
434 
421 
334 
860 

1 ,025 
580 
44 5 
354 
293 

29,039 
5,842 
9,272 
7,868 
3,547 
2,510 

2,358 
1 ,1 38 
1 ,220 

12,25 1 

10,530 

2,429 

2,393 

251 
8 
629 
578 
40 
886 
1 53 
264 

(D) 
1 43 

( D) 


52,731 

270 

102 
B7 

31 

4,678 

(D> 

<D> 

105 
(D) 
1,354 
(D) 

10,061 

1,164 

82 

385 

698 

2,324 

1,407 
201 
239 
368 
1 10 

1,443 
965 
414 
551 
478 

2,706 

1,420 

330 

226 

1 16 

748 
1,286 
236 
592 
458 

2,423 
166 
78 
194 
210 
173 
527 
691 

(0) 

(D) 
201 
184 

19,285 
4,995 
5,476 
4,837 
2,354 
1 ,623 

1,422 

650 
772 

6,945 

8,199 

651 

1,219 

78 

3 

408 

347 
26 

357 
58 

121 
22 
59 
98 


34,565 

268 

1 48 
98 
22 

3,726 

218 
111 
106 

(D) 
472 

(0) 

9,293 

1,352 

70 

241 

1,041 

2,496 
1,397 
299 
252 
419 
129 

1,21 9 
81 8 
299 
520 
401 

2,453 

1,096 
150 
288 
131 
528 

1,356 
290 
568 
499 

1,773 
1 70 
61 
240 
212 
161 
333 
334 

(DJ 

(D) 
153 
108 

9,754 

847 
3,795 
3,032 
1,193 

887 

«!7 
489 
4 48 

5,306 

2,331 

1 ,778 

1,173 

173 

5 

221 

231 

14 

529 

95 

1 4 4 
(D) 

34 
(D) 


72,395 

1,718 

698 
446 
573 

14,963 
873 
531 
342 

(D) 

1,869 

(DJ 

22,1 59 

1,446 
295 
439 
712 

7,918 

4,770 

554 

899 

1 ,360 

335 

3,1 58 
2,506 

851 
1,656 

652 

4,098 

1,749 
503 
1 90 
1 70 
886 

2,349 
604 

1,1 75 
571 

5,538 

279 

86 

740 

404 

374 

1,901 

1,1 56 

852 

504 

374 

225 

5,246 
1,016 
1,460 
1,465 
825 
480 

2,720 
1,221 
1 ,498 

3,267 

1 1,469 

7,323 

3,033 

534 

8 

319 

606 

78 

1 ,488 

658 

4 73 

(D) 

61 
(0) 


53,236 

1,487 
693 
(D) 
(D) 

11,149 
799 
487 
312 

(D) 

1 ,629 

(D) 

19,094 

1 ,1 46 
267 
( D) 
(0) 

6,885 
4,308 
< 0) 
( 0) 
1 ,1 35 
(D) 

2,836 
2,248 

763 
1,485 

588 

3.541 

1.594 
461 
162 

(D) 

( D) 

1 ,947 
51 8 

(0) 

(D> 

4,687 
248 
80 
539 
316 
31 7 

1 .674 
952 

(DJ 

(DJ 
347 
212 

4, 774 

927 

1 ,380 

1 ,337 

675 

454 

2,222 

914 

1 ,307 

3,070 

1 ,268 

7,516 

2,656 

505 

7 

297 

(D ) 

(DJ 

1 ,265 

616 

3 53 

6 

47 

243 


1 9,160 

231 

5 
(D) 
(D) 

3,814 
74 

45 

30 
(DJ 

240 
(DJ 

3,064 

299 
28 
(DJ 

(D > 

1 ,033 
462 

(D) 

(DJ 
225 

(D) 

323 

258 

87 

1 71 

64 

557 

155 

42 

28 
(D) 
(0) 
402 

85 
(DJ 
(0) 

851 

31 

6 

201 

88 

56 

227 

205 

(DJ 

(DJ 

27 

1 3 

472 

8^ 

80 

128 

I 50 
25 

498 
307 

191 
197 

10,201 

306 

377 

29 

1 

22 
(DJ 
(DJ 
223 

42 

II 9 
(DJ 

1 4 
(DJ 


64,423 
1,924 

444 

462 

1,017 

13,256 

(0J 
(DJ 

341 
(DJ 
1,035 
(D J 

25,606 

2.276 
189 

1.202 
8B5 

10.287 
5.292 
1.273 
1 .263 

1.869 
591 

2.933 
2.013 

499 
1.513 

920 

4.916 

2.068 
587 
455 
2 96 
7 30 

2.848 
5 09 

1.401 
938 

5.1 94 
332 
1 07 
775 
893 
400 

1,106 
892 
625 
267 
379 
312 

7,787 

1 ,895 
2,433 
1,774 

9 50 
7 30 

2,258 

965 

1.293 

2.150 

5.906 
3.005 

2.538 

494 

33 

267 

7t>S 

49 

932 

193 

4 58 

-1 

97 

1 84 


58.229 31.623 

1.594 931 
(DJ 183 
(0J (0) 
1,017 (OJ 

(DJ 4.443 
416 399 
224 282 
192 117 

(DJ 2.785 
980 851 
502 408 

24.709 13.96 5 

(0J (0J 

189 79 
1.198 231 
(OJ (0J 

9.842 5.372 
4.865 3.256 
1.273 707 
(DJ (DJ 
1.857 (DJ 
(OJ 299 

(0J (OJ 
(0J (DJ 
(0J (0J 
(DJ (DJ 
920 639 

4.886 3.112 
2,038 1.357 
(0J (0J 

455 259 

296 171 
(DJ (O) 
2.848 1,754 

509 398 
1.401 553 

938 804 

5.115 2.848 
328 220 
105 43 

(0J (0J 
892 227 

(0J (OJ 

1.101 638 
892 588 
625 347 
268 241 

(0) (DJ 
312 182 

7.575 4.749 
1.895 1.134 
2.440 1,052 
1.748 1.685 
(DJ (DJ 
(DJ (DJ 

2.235 1.340 
(DJ (OJ 
(DJ (OJ 

2.059 1.354 

4.232 1,885 

1.009 1.303 

(DJ 1.652 

274 275 

1 6 

(DJ (OJ 

(DJ (DJ 

45 67 

553 553 

144 92 

140 301 

-1 14 

95 39 

176 107 


26,606 

663 
(OJ 
(DJ 
(OJ 

(DJ 
17 
-58 

74 

(DJ 
129 
94 

1 0* 74 4 

1.314 
109 
967 
238 

4.470 

1 .610 
566 
73 5 

(0) 

(D) 

919 

638 
145 
493 
281 

1 .774 
681 
231 
196 
125 
129 

1.093 
11 1 
848 
134 

2.267 
108 

62 
307 
665 
110 
463 
305 
278 

27 
119 
129 

2.827 
761 

1.388 

63 

»89 

126 

895 

18 

877 

704 

2.347 

-294 

(OJ 
(«J 

3 

(OJ 

214 

-22 

(»J 

51 

-160 

-15 

55 

69 


6,1 99 




3 30 




(0J 




(OJ 


"Jonmetallic minerals, ex. fuels 


(*J 
(0J 




(OJ 


Crude pet. (no refin.) S gas 
Oil & yas field services ... 

Petroleum & coal products mfg. 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 


(OJ 

150 
(OJ 

55 
(0J 




897 


Grain mi I I S bakery products 


(0J 



4 




(DJ 


Chemicals & allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals 


445 

426 



Soap, cleaners, & toiletries 


(0J 

12 
(OJ 


Primary £ fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 


(0J 
(OJ 
(OJ 




(0J 


Fabricated metal products .. 



30 


machinery, except electrical 
Construction machinery ... 
Special industry machinery 
Office £ computing mach. . 


30 

(OJ 



(OJ 


Electric S electronic equip. 
Radio, TV, S comm. equio. 
Electronic components .... 


(•j 
(»j 








79 


Textile products & apparel . 


3 
2 


Paper i, allied products .... 

Rubber & plastics products . 

Stone, clay & glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 

Motor vehicles & equipment 


<OJ 

1 
(0J 

4 
-1 


-1 


Instruments S related prods. 


(0J 






211 


Motor vehicles S equipment ... 



-3 




26 


Farm-product raw materials ... 


(DJ 
(DJ 

23 


Food strs.,eat. 4 drink. places 


(DJ 
(DJ 




91 

1.6 74 




1.9 96 




(DJ 




219 




23 




(OJ 




(DJ 


Communication S pub. utilities 


4 
3 79 


Hotels 5 oth. lodging places 


30 
318 


Motion pictures 3 TV tape .. 
Engineering ft architecture . 


(•J 

3 
9 



48 



NUN8ANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



-Balance Sheet of Affiliates — Assets at Close FY 19 79, Country and Industry of UBO by Account 
CM i I I i ons of dol I ars] 





Tot a I 




Current assets 


Noncurrent assets 




Total 


Cash 
i terns 


Current receivables 


Inven- 
tories 


Other 


Total 


Proper- 


Equi ty 
invest- 


Equ i t y 
in ves t - 


Ot her 


Trade 


Ot her 


































Tot a I 


Trade 
ace ount s 
and 
trade 
notes 
receiv- 
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plants 

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net 


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other 
U.S. 

af f il i- 
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foreign 

busi - 

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enter- 
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current 

invest- 
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and 
traoe 
notes 
receiv- 
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(11) 


< 12) 


( 13) 


<14> 


(1 5) 



All countries/ all industries 224,121 123,945 



49,810 44,502 



35,077 30,251 100,176 



3*269 10,059 



By country 



Europe 144, 730 

European Communities (9) 121,881 



Be I gi urn ....... 

Denma rk 

Fr ance 

Ge rman y 

Ir eland ....... 

Italy 

Lu xembou T3 
Netherlands 
United Kingdom 



Other Europe 

Au st r i a 

finland ..... 
Li echt en s t e i r 
No rwa y ...... 

Spain 

Su eden ...... 

Sw i tze rl and , 
Ot her 



Japan 

Australia, N.Zealand/ 



Latin Ame r i c a 



South J4 Central America 

Argentina 

Brazi 1 

Me xi co 

Panama 

Venezuela 

Ot her 



Other western Hemisphere . 
Bahamas ................ 

Bermuda 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands, Caribbean 
Other 



Midd le East 

Israel 

Other 

Ku wai t 

Lebanon 

Saudi Arabia ........ 

United Arab Emirates 

Ot her 



Other Africa, Asia, & Pacif: 

Other Africa 

Other Asia 8 Pacific 

Hong Kong , 

Philippines ............ 

South Korea , 

Ot her 



Un i t ed States . 

Addend um--0P EC 



34,828 


16,479 


1,141 


5,914 


5,376 


538 


3,595 


5,828 


18,350 


1 1 


,002 


503 


1,332 


2,684 


62 7 


2,2u1 


U/ 733 


77,040 


5,61 4 


28,708 


25,504 


3,204 


22.77i 


19,942 


67,740 


51 


,926 


1,977 


3,266 


2,484 


1,673 


6, 41 6 


21,881 


60,953 


4,828 


21,896 


19,053 


2,843 


18,352 


15,877 


60,928 


47 


,328 


1 ,828 


3,132 


1 , 54 5 


1 , 590 


5, 506 


3,601 


1 ,341 


1 1 7 


583 


547 


35 


580 


62 


2,260 


1 


,467 


270 


(D) 




CD.) 


94 


(0) 


448 


295 


50 


129 


120 


9 


91 


25 


153 




1 19 


CO) 




1 


CO) 


(0) 


1 2 


16.534 


10,551 


1 ,466 


3,443 


3,192 


251 


3,285 


2,368 


5,973 


4 


,446 


258 


631 


159 


83 


395 


25/911 


13,829 


940 


4,706 


4,1 79 


527 


5,645 


2,539 


12,082 


8 


,449 


495 


91 2 


2 73 


19U 


1,763 


374 


122 


1 1 


59 


59 


( •) 


47 


4 


252 




238 


1 


<o 







< •) 


(0) 


2,167 


1,423 


52 


521 


383 


138 


684 


165 


744 




465 


O) 


(D) 




28 


(D) 


35 


588 


343 


32 


1 79 


167 


12 


109 


23 


246 




200 


1 




3 


4 


4 


35 


30,028 


10,538 


656 


4,198 


3,500 


698 


2,562 


3,122 


19,490 


1 6 


,777 


387 


4 


92 


295 


1 73 


1,366 


42,230 


22,501 


1 ,50 5 


8,079 


6,906 


1,172 


5,349 


7,568 


19,730 


15 


,167 


381 


600 


747 


1,031 


1,8u3 


22,899 


16,087 


786 


6,812 


6,451 


361 


4,424 


4,065 


6,812 


4 


,598 


148 


134 


»39 


63 


91 CI 


219 


126 


22 


39 


37 


2 


56 


10 


93 




78 


4 


( •) 




1 


< D) 


CO) 


169 


1 1 6 


C D) 


41 


< D) 


CD) 


CD) 


(0) 


53 




4 4 


1 




2 


C») 


2 


4 


279 


158 


6 


68 


63 


4 


80 


5 


121 




115 


(0) 







CO) 


< «> 


3 


31 5 


150 


15 


57 


53 


5 


71 


7 


1 64 




125 


(u) 


CO 




(0) 


( D) 


5 


261 


218 


5 


(0) 


(0) 


(») 


(D> 


(D) 


42 




36 


( •) 







i 


< •) 


3 


3,265 


2,090 


208 


800 


775 


25 


960 


122 


1 ,1 75 




562 


1 8 




67 


CO) 


15 


CD) 


1 8,069 


12,974 


468 


5,546 


5,246 


300 


3,084 


3,876 


5,095 


3 


,577 


1 10 




64 


(*} 


59 


<0) 


323 


255 


(0) 


CD) 


70 


(0) 


133 


16 


68 




50 


<*) 


( • ) 




I • ( 





7 


23,552 


18,868 


1 ,260 


9,990 


9,247 


rut 


6,099 


1,520 


4,683 


2 


,978 


138 


143 


261 


740 


423 


6,129 


3,827 


21 7 


2,196 


(D) 


CD) 


1,245 


169 


2,301 




630 


20 


ID > 




4 


CD) 


Co ) 


5,765 


2,536 


CO) 


1,026 


895 


131 


789 


(D) 


3,259 


2 


,1 35 


21 


338 


185 


19 


561 


2,706 


1,249 


< 0) 


477 


415 


62 


466 


(0) 


1 ,4 58 




94 I 


1 5 


(0) 




94 


12 


ai 


75 


36 


4 


1 s 


1 3 


5 


<D> 


CD) 


39 




28 


1 







5 


1 


4 


1 56 


122 


5 


54 


(D) 


<0) 


38 


25 


14 




10 





( •) 




2 


( ») 


1 


532 


259 


1 9 


82 


68 


1 4 


124 


35 


273 




237 


(•) 




J 


14 


1 


21 


1 ,3 50 


500 


72 


209 


185 


24 


187 


32 


8 50 




435 


(0) 


(0 1 




(0) 


4 


80 


305 


152 


22 


61 


59 


2 


42 


27 


153 




129 


2 




1 


<D) 


4 


CD) 


308 


1 79 


< 0> 


53 


(D) 


CD) 


(D) 


(0) 


129 




108 


(0) 




3 


13 


2 


CD) 


3,059 


1 ,258 


205 


549 


480 


69 


323 


180 


1 ,802 


1 


,188 


6 


co) 




9U 


7 


CD ) 


500 


CD) 


(0) 


CO) 


33 


CD) 


(D) 


22 


(0) 




143 


1 


( 0) 




3 


4 


CD ) 


337 


148 


53 


67 


CD) 


(D) 


1 1 


18 


189 




1 4U 


(*) 


CO) 




CD) 


1 


4 


2,129 


< 0) 


( D) 


(D) 


CD) 


(0) 


(0) 


133 


(0) 




8 6/ 


4 




4 


(0) 


1 


CO) 


85 


27 


3 


7 


6 


1 


<D) 


<D) 


57 




41 


(•) 


<o; 




(0) 


( •) 


3 


8 


5 


(•) 


1 


1 


( •) 


<0) 


(D) 


3 




3 
















CO 


2,443 


94 8 


109 


543 


494 


50 


8 4 


212 


1 ,495 


1 


,165 


1 1 y 




36 


84 


15 


7o 


414 


359 


( 0) 


293 


2 76 


17 


1 3 


(0) 


54 




1 1 


-3 




23 


(0) 


1 


CO) 


2,030 


589 


( D) 


251 


218 


33 


71 


( D> 


1 ,441 


1 


,1 54 


1 21 




1 3 


CD) 


14 


CO) 


640 


96 


8 


(D) 


CD) 


1 


(D) 


39 


544 




430 


CO) 







<0) 


1 


9 


353 


187 


35 


75 


< D) 


(D) 


53 


24 


166 




1 10 


2 




1 2 


1 1 


1 


31 


795 


283 


23 


132 


1 12 


20 


(0) 


CD ) 


512 




461 


CD) 




1 


2 


(D) 


1 5 


104 


10 


CD) 


1 


<•) 


1 





CD) 


94 




82 


(D) 







(•) 





CD) 


138 


1 3 


(D) 


(0) 


3 


(0) 


( •) 


6 


125 




1 Jl 


(D) 







(C) 


( D) 


2 


2,105 


< D) 


( D> 


CD) 


(D) 


< 0) 


406 


(D) 


(0) 




608 


(0) 


(D) 




42 


61 


(0 ) 


67 


1 3 


4 


3 


3 


1 


3 


3 


54 




19 


( ') 


1 D) 










CO) 


2,038 


( D> 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


403 


(0) 


(0) 




589 


(0) 







t2 


ol 


ID) 


748 


242 


1 8 


85 


78 


7 


1 25 


15 


506 




408 


<D) 







42 


(0) 


25 


205 


143 


CD) 


36 


31 


4 


<D) 


(0) 


62 




58 


U 







<«) 


<*) 


4 


981 


CD) 


1 1 


(0) 


CD) 


CD) 


(D) 


CD) 


CD) 




69 


3 







<*) 


(0) 


CO ) 


104 


4 9 


18 


1 5 


1 3 


1 


13 


6 


55 




53 










(«J 


1 


1 


4,518 


< D) 


32 


(D) 


(D) 


16 


85 


( d; 


<0) 




332 


(D) 


( 0) 




1 87 


( D) 


1 78 


2,029 


596 


65 


247 


221 


26 


82 


202 


1 ,432 


1 


,176 


121 




2 


76 


18 


39 



By industry 

Government 

Individuals, estates, & trusts . 

Petroleum 

Agriculture 

Mining 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transp./ comm., S pub. utilities 
Wholesale and retail trade ..... 

fian k in g 

Holding companies .............. 

Other finance and insurance .... 

Real estate 

Services 



5,264 


2,61 5 


17 1 


1,261 


1,113 


148 


1,019 


164 


2,650 


1 ,992 


237 


179 


103 


35 


103 


27,441 


13,841 


1 ,1 56 


5,006 


4, 583 


423 


3,668 


4,012 


13,599 


9,762 


349 


1,577 


38 V 


270 


1,2S2 


36,206 


10,498 


CD) 


5,534 


4,520 


1,014 


2,050 


(D) 


25,708 


23,589 


319 


694 


52L, 


3S 


552 


498 


288 


28 


125 


1 1 7 


8 


127 


9 


210 


18S 


5 


CO) 


1 


1 


CD) 


7,822 


4,750 


21 9 


2,643 


CD) 


CD) 


1,746 


142 


3,072 


1 ,744 


CO) 


CO) 


(0) 


22 


178 


1,111 


682 


147 


348 


326 


23 


39 


149 


428 


255 


37 


-4 


6 


C D) 


CDJ 


64,143 


36,732 


2,146 


1 5,100 


1 3,690 


1,410 


17,658 


1,878 


27,361 


20,134 


914 


1 ,855 


2JH 


1 ,038 


3, 1 21 


2,722 


1 ,339 


196 


708 


652 


57 


343 


145 


1 ,333 


1,046 


38 


CO) 


15 


33 


(D) 


17,735 


13,794 


970 


7,086 


6,408 


677 


4 ,694 


1 ,044 


3,941 


2,272 


2 56 


137 


24 5 


6 52 


378 


7,813 


7,051 


1 ,180 


2,329 


2,055 


274 


CD) 


CD) 


762 


162 


C0J 


45 


108 


CD) 


254 


17,052 


7,602 


751 


2,846 


2,666 


180 


3,1 85 


819 


9,450 


5,493 


103 


1,684 


313 


246 


1,61 2 


28,544 


21 ,875 


696 


6,046 


5,538 


508 


104 


15,029 


6,669 


830 


189 


29 


3,828 


528 


1,265 


5,753 


2,137 


228 


422 


266 


155 


41 


1 ,446 


3,616 


2,980 


1 4 6 





61 


235 


193 


2,018 


64 2 


CD) 


357 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


88 


1 ,376 


332 


CO) 


CO) 


CD) 


18 


CO) 



4') 



NONSANx u.s. AFFILIATES 



Table B-1 8.--Ba I anc e Sheet of Af f i t i a t es--L i ab i L i t i es and Owners' Equity at Close FY 1979* Country 

and Industry of UBO by Account 

CMillions of dollars] 



Liabilities 



Current liabili 



Trade 

accounts 

and 

trade 

notes 
payable 



t 1 es 

Other 



Noncurrent liabilities 



Long- 
term 
debt 



Owners' equi ty 



Incorporated affiliates 



Capi ta I 
stock 1/ 



Retained 
earni ngs 



Un inco r- 
porat ed 
af f ili - 

i tes 



(1 ) 
224,1 21 



(2) 

1 59,693 



(4 ) 



<5> 

34, 56 5 



(131 

6,1 99 



All countries, all industries 



52,731 



53,236 



58,229 



26,606 



By country 

Canada 34,828 25,511 3,436 5,159 3,277 17,375 10,079 6,996 9,317 8,000 3,769 4,231 

Europe 144,780 100,290 53,468 30,195 23,272 46,822 35,630 11,192 44,490 40,816 23,012 17,80* 

European Communities (9) 121,881 82,679 40,881 23,326 17,555 41,798 31,853 9,945 39,202 36,178 19,936 16,242 

Belgium 3,601 1,952 961 612 349 991 815 176 1,649 (01 (01 485 

Denmark 448 343 246 (0) (0) 94 (0) (D) 108 109 69 40 

France 16,534 12,473 8,217 4,804 3,414 4,256 3,690 566 4,061 3,917 2,365 1,552 

Germany 25,911 17,071 8,539 4,852 3,687 8,532 6,639 1,893 8,840 8,156 5,798 2,358 

Ireland 374 318 94 (0) (0) 223 (0) (0) 56 (01 (01 16 

Italy 2,167 1,642 1,035 672 362 607 561 47 525 482 645 -162 

Lu.embourg 588 438 294 162 132 144 134 10 150 137 143 -6 

Netherlands 30,028 19,084 7,318 3,294 4,024 11,766 7,144 4,622 10,944 10,412 4,127 6,284 

Unite:) <i-ijdo» 42,230 29,361 14,178 8,703 5,474 15,184 12,615 2,569 12,869 11,818 6,143 5,675 

Other Europe 22,899 17,611 12,587 6,870 5,717 5,324 3,778 1,247 5,288 4,637 3,076 1,56) 

Austria 219 194 102 78 24 92 90 3 25 21 3* -13 

Finland 169 135 77 26 50 59 ( Dl (D) 33 33 29 5 

Liechtenstein 279 223 139 109 29 85 83 2 56 48 41 7 

Norway 315 211 123 81 42 88 84 4 104 (01 (01 12 

Spain 261 221 172 (D) (D) 49 48 (•) 40 35 32 3 

Sweden 3,265 2,357 1,400 866 533 957 (0) (Dl 909 ( 01 (01 353 

Switzerland 18,069 13,996 13,356 5,375 4,981 3,641 2,727 913 4,072 3,524 2,353 1,171 

Other 323 273 218 <D> (0) 55 55 (•) 50 42 19 22 

Japan 23,552 19,325 15,899 11,947 3,952 3,426 3,131 295 4,227 4,084 2,936 1,14* 

Australia, N.Zealand, 8 S.Africa 6,129 4,324 3,474 (0) ( D ) 850 712 138 1,805 1,767 48 1 1,286 

Latin America 5,765 3,745 1,788 1,076 713 1,956 1,814 142 2,021 1,726 (01 (01 

South i. Central America 2,706 1,756 905 582 323 851 775 76 950 799 479 320 

Argentina 75 63 30 23 7 34 33 1 11 7 9 -2 

Erazil 136 153 135 108 28 18 <D) <D) -18 -21 (0) (0) 

Meiico 532 365 182 145 37 183 178 4 167 111 98 13 

Panama 1,350 731 305 133 172 426 374 52 619 (01 (01 300 

Venezuela 305 209 108 89 20 101 91 10 96 62 21 42 

Other 308 235 144 84 60 90 (0) (0) 74 (Dl 20 (01 

Other Western Hemisphere 3,059 1,989 883 494 390 1,105 1,039 66 1,070 927 (01 (Dl 

Bahamas 500 361 159 57 102 202 181 21 139 137 115 22 

Bermuda 337 258 (01 (D) (D) (0) 119 (D) 79 (Dl (01 27 

Netherlands Antilles 2,129 1,309 (0) (D) (D) (D) 703 (D) 820 (01 187 (01 

U.K. Islands, Caribbean 85 53 16 -9 7 37 33 4 31 27 18 9 

Other 8 7 3 2 2 4 4 (•) (•> ( •! (•! (»1 

Middle East 2,443 1,592 594 382 212 998 959 38 852 291 251 40 

Israel 414 310 240 197 44 70 69 1 103 103 89 14 

Other 2,030 1,282 354 186 168 928 890 37 748 187 162 26 

Kuwait 640 367 50 21 29 317 (0) (Dl 272 13 20 -8 

Lebanon 3 53 267 112 71 42 155 146 9 86 78 40 39 

Saudi Arabia 795 501 161 74 87 340 327 12 294 97 97 (•! 

UmtedArabEmirates 104 (D) (0) <D> 1 49 46 3 (D) -3 2 -5 

Other 138 (D) ( D) <D) 9 66 (D) (0) (Dl 3 2 ( •! 

Other Africa, Asia, A Pacific .. 2,105 1,820 (D) <D) <D) (D) (Dl (0) 286 (01 (01 7 

Other Africa 67 22 9 <D) (D) 13 13 (•! 45 3 9-5 

Other Asia S Pacific 2,038 1,798 (D) (P) 478 <D> (D) (Dl 241 (01 (01 12 

Hong Kong 748 593 188 74 114 405 380 25 155 120 95 25 

Philippines 205 175 (D) <D) 78 (01 (D) (Dl 30 (Dl (0} 2 

South Korea 981 963 803 547 255 160 160 1 19 19 29 -10 

Other 104 67 44 13 32 23 22 (*) 37 7 12 -5 

United States 4,518 3,087 ( D) (D) <D) <D> (D) (D) 1,431 (01 (01 (01 

Addendum--UPEC 2,029 1,262 371 210 161 891 851 40 766 175 152 24 

By industry 

Government 5,264 3,446 1,584 1,149 435 1,861 1,752 109 1,819 1,418 1,131 287 

Individuals, estates, S trusts . 27,441 18,766 9,848 6,161 3,687 8,918 7,989 929 8,675 7,148 3,160 3,988 

Petroleum 36,206 23,113 8,064 4,461 3,604 15,349 11,188 3,861 13,093 12,412 4,285 8,127 

Agriculture 498 420 276 158 118 143 140 3 79 49 46 3 

Minirg 7,822 5,137 3,787 (0) (D) 1,349 1,230 119 2,685 (01 (Dl 1,038 

Construction 1,111 875 521 338 184 353 330 23 236 (OJ (0J 9 

Manufacturing 64,143 43,058 24,401 14,231 10,170 18,657 16,367 2,290 21,085 20,417 12,784 7,633 

Transp., comm., & pub. utilities 2,722 1,850 953 551 403 897 756 1 4 1 871 8 57 528 329 

wholesale and retail trade 17,735 14,137 11,542 8,306 3,236 2,645 2,203 442 3,548 3,386 2,294 1,092 

Banking 7,813 7,145 5,105 2,575 2,531 2,040 (01 (Dl 669 632 630 2 

Holding companies 17,052 11,293 5,052 3,030 2,352 6,241 5,157 1,084 5,759 5,538 2,625 2,913 

Other finance and insurance 23,544 23,620 13,993 9,271 4,722 9,627 1,680 7,947 4,924 3,297 1,967 1,330 

Real estate 5,753 5,047 1,552 406 1,146 3,495 3,304 191 706 31 3 501 -188 

Services 2,018 1,737 617 (D) (D) 1,120 (Dl (01 281 (01 (0) 44 



1,31? 


3,6 74 


3,024 


(01 


(»1 


1 44 


685 


(01 


42 


13 


5 32 


1,051 




8 
(01 

4 
(»J 

548 

8 


143 


37 


2 95 


151 

4 

4 

56 



1 43 


2 


(01 


id; 


5 


(»1 


561 


(•1 


5 61 


260 


8 


1 97 


(01 


(01 



(01 



35 
([ ! 
(»1 

30 
(01 
5 91 




50 



N0N8ANK U.S. AFFILIA'ES 



Table B-1 9. --Balance Sheet 



of Af f i I i a t e s --A s se t s at Close FY 1979* Country of Foreign Parent by Account 
[Millions of dollars] 



Current assets 



Cash 
items 



Current receivables 
Total 



Trade 
ac counts 
and 
t rade 
notes 
receiv- 
able 



Inven- 
tories 



Noncurrent assets 



proper- 
ty 

plant* 

and 
equip- 
ment* 

net 



E qui t y 
invest- 
ment in 

other 

U.S. 
af f i li- 

a t es 



Equ i t y 
in ves t- 
men t i n 
foreign 
busi- 
ness 
enter- 
prises 



Other 
non- 
cor ren t 
invest- 
ments 



Trade 
ac count s 
and 
trade 
notes 
receiv- 
able 



(2) 

123*946 

14,031 

79/719 



(3) 
8/808 
788 
5/981 



<5> 



(6) 



(7) 
35/077 
2/961 

23/006 



(8) 

30/251 

4,998 

20/386 



(11) 
2,858 

4^8 

2/013 



(12) 
7,283 

809 
4,381 



(13) 
5/931 
2/775 
2/416 



(14) 
3/269 
521 
1 z765 



(1 51 

10/059 

1/796 

6.61 7 



All countries 224/121 



Europe 147/288 



49,810 

5,283 

30,346 



26/756 



5/307 

445 

3/590 



100/1 76 



67,569 50,377 



European Communities (9) ..... 124,938 

Belgium 3,479 

Denmark 427 

France 12,778 

Germany 22,980 



Ireland ....... 

Italy 

Lu xembou r g . . . . 

Netherlands ... 
United Kingdom 



Other Europe ... 
Au stria ...... 

Finland ...... 

Liechtenstein 
Mo rway ....... 

Spain ........ 

Sweden ....... 

Switzerland .. 
Ot her 



Japan ............... 

Australia, M.Zealand, 



La t i n Ame r i c a 



South & Central 
Ar gent i 1 a . . . , 

Brazi I 

Mexico ....... 

Pa nama ....... 

Ve nezu e I a 
Other , 



Other Western Hemisphere . 
Bahamas ................ 

Bermuda 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands, Caribbean 
Ot her 



Midd le Eas t 

Israel 

Other 

Kuwait .............. 

Lebanon ............. 

Saudi Arabia ........ 

United Arab Emirates 
Other 



Other Africa, Asia, S Pacific 
Other Africa ............... 

Other Asia S Pacific 

Hong Kong ................ 

Philippines .............. 

South Korea .............. 

Other 



370 

331 

1 /084 

53/615 

29/875 

22/350 
194 
1 58 
204 
31 3 
221 
3/197 

17/780 
283 



23,503 

S.Africa 1,276 



Add e nd um--0P EC 



19,805 

2,509 
!Z 

1P4 

342 

1,795 

131 

1 15 

17,296 
(D) 
5,589 
9,695 
1,627 
<D ) 

885 
376 
508 
406 
2 

< D) 
(D ) 
66 

1 ,573 

250 

1 ,323 

21 8 

97 

981 

26 

639 



63,570 

1 ,296 

282 

8,811 

12,353 

123 

209 

748 

21,298 

18,453 

16,150 

119 

114 

70 

150 
(0) 
2,034 
13/208 
( D) 

18/811 

3SS 

9,429 

1,137 
1 7 
98 
212 
650 
SI 
87 

8,242 
(D) 
3,679 
3,708 
636 
(0) 

413 
325 

88 
59 

(•) 

(D) 

4 

( D) 

1 ,128 
138 

991 

80 
75 

82? 
9 

175 



5,194 

1 1 2 

49 

1/369 

889 

11 

1 7 

34 

1 /424 

1 /289 

787 
21 
<D) 

(D) 

1 5 

4 

207 

476 

( D) 

1 .260 

36 

676 

177 

1 

4 

1 4 

99 

(D) 

(t>) 

499 
(0) 

132 
(D) 
35 
4 

40 

34 

6 

3 
( •) 
( D) 
( • ) 
(0) 

27 
7 

20 
5 
2 

1 1 
2 

25 



23/455 

581 

1 23 

2/921 

4,132 

59 

79 

442 

9,028 

6,091 

6,891 
36 
40 

(D) 
57 

(0) 
765 

5,710 
73 

9,981 

145 

3,051 

439 
14 
37 

64 

292 

16 

16 

2,612 
(D) 

921 
1,323 

269 
(D) 

288 
261 
26 
(0) 
(*) 
(D) 
(*) 

3 

715 
57 

659 
24 
13 

620 
2 

44 



20/2 J 1 

546 

1 16 

2/688 

3/663 

59 

64 

332 

7/342 

5/391 

6/555 
34 
(D) 

52 
<D> 

740 
5/432 

68 

9,243 

127 

2,792 

388 
(0) 
36 
50 

264 

15 
(0) 

2,405 
31 
91 1 
1,209 
(D) 
(0) 

270 
245 
25 
(0) 
(•) 
(D) 


3 

477 
43 

434 
22 
11 

399 
2 

42 



3,254 

35 

7 

233 

468 
( •) 
14 

109 
1 ,686 

699 

337 
2 

(D) 
<D) 

5 

( •) 

25 

277 

5 

738 

18 

259 

51 

(D) 

1 

14 

28 

1 

( D) 

208 
(D) 
1 1 

11 5 
(D) 
( •) 

18 

1 7 
1 

( *) 



( •) 

(*) 

( •) 



238 
14 

225 
2 
1 

221 
1 



18,532 

569 

85 

2,483 

4,870 

47 

75 

243 

5,418 

4,742 

4,474 

53 

(D) 

30 

71 

(D) 

941 

3,209 

130 

6,094 

14J 

2,533 

441 
(•) 
33 
108 

242 

(0) 

( 0) 

2,092 
(D) 
<D) 
1 ,404 
210 
(0) 



21 



(D) 
(D) 

< •) 





(•) 

322 

47 

275 

(0) 

(D> 

1 76 

2 



16,388 

34 

25 

2,039 

2,459 

5 

38 

29 

5,429 

6,331 

3,997 
9 

(D) 

9 

7 
(0) 

121 

3,813 

10 

1,507 

64 

3,169 

129 

2 

25 

27 

57 
( D ) 
(0) 

3,039 
9 
(0) 
(0) 

172 
( *) 



65 



( 0) 
(0) 



38 




<*) 

(D) 



6 4 
26 
37 



( 0) 
(D) 



20 
2 



61 ,368 

2,183 

145 

3,967 

10,630 
247 
123 
336 

32,317 

11 ,422 

6,200 

75 

44 

134 

163 

(D) 

1 ,162 

4,572 

(D) 

4,662 



10,376 

1 ,322 
5 

5 

129 

1 ,105 

50 

28 

9,053 
(D) 
1,910 
5,987 
942 
(D) 

472 

51 

420 

347 

2 

2 

(D) 

(D) 

445 
1 1 3 
332 
1 38 

22 
154 

18 



464 



46,508 

1,406 

114 

2,772 

7,357 

234 

76 

207 

27,203 

7.139 

3/869 

63 

56 

129 

124 

3 

549 

2/930 

34 

2/965 



7,343 

81 8 

1 

4 

108 

646 

34 

24 

6,525 
(DJ 
853 

4,894 
629 
(0) 

2 56 

5 

250 

205 

2 

1 

6 

37 

256 

59 

1 97 

1 04 

7 

69 

1 6 

279 



1 ,773 

259 

5 

2U6 
413 

1 
(*) 

1 
586 
302 

240 
(D) 

1 
1 
(0) 
(*) 

18 
202 
(•) 

138 

18 

156 

2v 



(») 

28 
1 


127 
1 
(0J 



(0) 



45 



96 
I 

96 
I 





CD) 
CD) 



4,209 
(DJ 

1 

510 

77S 

1 

3? 

(0) 

1,969 

51-. 

172 

(•J 

2 


( *> 
u 

6/ 

102 
(•) 

139 

(0, 

1,277 

(D) 

U 
(•) 

u 

(D) 


(•) 

(D> 

<D) 

(u) 

147 

to) 

J 

24 
23 
1 


1 

U 

(0) 

(0) 






J 



1,473 
(O) 

(0) 
131 
259 



5 

12 

285 

/<. <. 

943 
(•) 
<») 

(D > 
(0) 
(DJ 
(O) 

549 
(*) 

261 

(0/ 

368 

79 
3 



7 
60 



(D) 
(DJ 



28V 

3 

45 

220 

21 





7u 



(0) 
(0) 
CO 

( *) 

(0) 

CD) 

(0) 
(0) 
(0) 

l •) 

I • ) 



1 /681 

94 

(0) 

51 

187 

( •) 

1 
(0) 

280 
1/052 

85 
ID) 

2 
( •) 

< h) 
( *) 
1 5 

6U 


736 

(0) 

170 

10 
1 

(•) 



7 

( D) 
CD, 

160 
( •) 
(DJ 

33 
(0) 



2 

1 
1 
1 

L> 



( ») 

( O) 
I •) 
CD) 
(DJ 
( •) 
(D) 



5/72 5 
(DJ 

9 

296 

1/ 636 

1 2 

4 
(D) 

1/995 
1.670 

892 
1 
3 
ID ) 

5 
CD) 
(D ) 

729 
(a) 

422 

CD) 

1,062 

CD) 
(•) 

1 
14 

CD) 

ID ) 
(• ) 

(D) 
(0 J 

17a 

64 7 
O J 
(• J 



(D) 

id; 



24 

7 

C 



(•) 

(0 ; 

(DJ 

<D J 
ID J 

(D J 

ID ) 
(• ) 



c ..l 



NONBANK U.S. AfflLIAIES 



Table B-20.- 



3a I anc e Sh 



eet of Affiliates- 
o f For 



-Liabilities and Owners 1 Equity at Close FY 1979/ Country 
eign Parent by Account 



[Millions of dollars} 



Liabilities 



Cur rent I i abi I i t i es 



Trade 

accounts 

and 

t r ade 

notes 
payable 



Noncurrent liabilities 



Long- 
term 
debt 



Oynen* equ i ty 

I lutes 



Incorporated affi 



Capi t a I 
stock 1/ 



(■Kilned 
earni ngs 



unincor- 
porit e a 
affili- 
ates 



All countries 



Europe 

European Communities (9) 

Belgium 

Denmark ............... 

France ................ 

Germany ............... 

Ireland ............... 

Italy 

Luxembourg ............ 

Netherlands ........... 

United <ingdom ........ 



Other Europe ... 

Au stria 

Finland ...... 

Liechtenstein 
No rwa y ....... 

Spain ........ 

Sw eden ....... 

Switzerland .. 
Ot her 



Japan .......................... 

Australia/ N.Zealand/ & S.Africa 
Latin America .................. 



South & Central America 
Argentina ............ 

Brazi I 

Mexico 

Panama ............... 

Venezuela 

Ot her 



Other western Hemisphere . 
Bahamas ................ 

Bermuda 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands/ Caribbean 
Ot her 



Middle Eas t 

Israel 

Other 

Kuwai t 

Lebanon ............. 

Saudi Arabia ........ 

United Arab Emirates 

Other 



Other Africa/ Asia/ & Pacific 
Other Africa ............... 

Other Asia S Pacific 

Hong Koig 

Philippines .............. 

South Korea 

Ot her 



147/288 101/972 



Addend um--0PEC 



124/938 

3/479 

427 

12/778 

22,980 

3 70 

331 

1 /084 

53/61 5 

29.875 

22/350 
194 
1 58 
204 
313 
221 
3/197 

17,780 
2e3 

23.503 

1 /276 

1 9/805 

2/509 

22 

104 

342 

1 /795 
1 31 
115 

1 7,296 
CD) 

5,589 
9,695 
1 ,627 
CD) 

885 
376 

508 

406 

2 

CD) 

CD) 

66 

1 ,573 

250 

1,323 

218 

97 

981 

26 

639 



84,627 

1,851 

324 

9,622 

15,123 

314 

243 

821 

35,318 

21,011 

1 7,344 
172 
123 
140 
210 
<D> 

2,297 
13,972 
CD) 

19,291 

849 

1 3, 364 

1,603 
1 7 

CD) 
223 

1,056 
82 

CD) 

1 1,761 
(0) 
3,975 
6,363 
1,146 
CD) 

516 
(0) 
CD ) 
CD) 

2 
CD) 
(D) 
(D) 

1,393 

141 

1,252 

189 

84 
963 

1 7 

314 



( 3) 
87,297 

7/682 

54/856 

42/367 

965 

231 

6/675 

7/589 

94 

1 50 

55 7 

1 3/987 

12/118 

12/489 

97 

75 

53 

1 22 

< D) 

1 /342 
10/421 
(D) 

1 5/893 

438 

7,095 

8 •> 1 
1 3 

< D) 

148 
439 
55 
( D) 

6/244 
91 
( D) 

2/502 
( D) 

( D) 

289 

< D) 
(D) 

24 
1 
(0) 
(0) 
CD) 

1 /043 

86 

958 

79 

( D) 

802 

< D) 

118 



14) 



52/731 

4/878 

30/468 

23,578 

598 

CD) 

3,851 

4,467 

CD) 

74 

389 

6,332 

7,646 

6,889 
76 
25 
33 

80 
CD) 

846 
5/500 
(D) 

1 1 ,946 

352 

4,200 

551 
CO) 
96 
123 

222 
(D) 

<D) 

3,649 
21 
(D) 

1,148 
CD) 
(D) 

231 
CD) 
(D) 
(D) 
(») 
(D) 
CD) 



657 
32 

625 
40 
34 

547 
4 

90 



(5) 
34,565 

2,804 

24,388 

13/789 
367 
CD) 

2/824 
3/122 
CD) 
76 
168 
7/655 
4,472 

5/600 
21 

49 

20 
42 

1 1 

496 

4,920 

40 



2,895 

300 
CD) 
CD) 
26 

21 7 
<D) 
CD) 

2,595 

70 

968 

1 ,355 

201 
< O 

58 
CD) 
CD) 
(D) 

1 
(O 
l») 
(D) 

386 

53 

333 

39 
(D) 

255 
CD) 



29 



16) 
72.396 

1 4,626 

47,116 

42,260 

885 

92 

2,947 

7,534 

220 

93 

265 

21.331 

8.892 

4.855 
75 
48 
88 
88 
17 
955 

3.552 
33 

3.398 

411 

6.269 

752 

4 

8 

74 

617 

27 

22 

5.517 

CD) 
CD) 
3.861 
CD) 

5 

227 
58 

1 69 
(D) 

1 
1 
7 
CD) 

3 50 
55 

2 94 

1 10 
CD) 

1 60 
(D) 

196 



I 7) 
53,236 

7,824 

35.809 

32.141 
CD) 

89 

2.487 

5.737 

CD) 

93 

243 

15.220 

7,396 

3.667 
72 

CD) 
86 
84 
1 7 

CD) 

CD) 
33 

3,103 

(D) 

5,652 

676 
4 

4 

71 

558 
CD) 
(D) 

4/976 
164 
537 

3,628 

642 

5 

225 

57 
168 
CD) 

1 
1 
7 
CD) 

I ) 
CO) 

270 
CD) 

1 

160 
CD) 

186 



<8) 
19,160 

6,802 

11 .307 

10. 119 
CD) 

3 
460 
1.797 
CD) 
CO 

22 
6.111 
1,497 

1 ,188 
3 

CD) 

2 

4 
< •) 

CD) 

(D) 
(• ) 

295 

(0) 
617 
76 



<•) 



3 

59 
(D) 

(0) 

541 
CD) 
CD) 

232 
CD) 



2 

1 
1 
1 




(D) 
(0) 



CD) 
CD) 



10 



C9) 

64.428 

7,485 

4 5.316 

40/311 

1.628 

103 

3.1 55 

7,857 

55 

88 

2 62 

1 8,297 

8.864 

5.005 
22 

36 
64 

103 
CO) 

899 
3.803 
CD) 

4.212 

426 

6.441 

906 

5 

CO) 

1 19 

739 

50 

CD) 

5.53 5 
CO) 
1.614 
3.332 
481 
CO) 

369 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

1 
1 
-1 
CD) 

180 

109 

70 

29 

13 

19 
10 

325 



C10J 
58.229 
6/209 
42.082 

37,667 

CD) 

CD) 

3.121 

7.197 

CD) 

(D) 
262 
17.889 

7,884 

4,415 
22 

lb 
32 

CO) 

(0) 

CD) 

3,329 

CD) 

4,071 

394 

5.242 

81 1 

4 

CO) 

93 

684 

48 

CO) 

4.432 
CD) 
1.599 
2.371 
360 
CD) 



< D) 
CD) 



1 4 

1 4 

1 

1 

-2 
1 



(0) 
(D) 



61 
23 
14 
19 
6 



<11) 
31.623 

3.643 

22.491 

19,049 
CD) 
(D) 
1 .612 

5/104 

CD) 

(D) 

404 
6.261 
4/862 

3,443 
30 
29 
33 

CD) 

CO.) 

CD) 

2/745 

CO) 

2/928 
120 

2.205 

52 6 
3 

1 7 
CD) 
401 

13 
CO) 

1.679 
86 
CO) 

943 
CD) 
CD) 

CO) 

CO) 
20 
17 
1 

CO 

CO 



10) 

10.) 
92 
37 
15 
29 
1 1 



112) 

26,606 

2,561 

19.591 

18.618 

482 

39 

1.509 

2,092 

1 7 

-29 

-141 

1 1 .628 

3.022 

972 

-8 

7 

-1 

12 

5 

352 

584 

Z2. 

1.143 

274 

3.038 

285 
1 
CD) 
(D) 
282 
34 
CO 

2.7 53 

CD) 
CO) 
1/429 
CO) 

5 

17 
22 
-5 
-3 
CO 

1 
-2 



-16 
14 

-30 

-14 
-2 

-10 
-5 

22 



(13J 

6. I 99 
1.276 
3/234 

2.644 

CD) 

COJ 
3* 
661 

CD) 

CD) 


407 
980 

591 
CO 


31 
CD) 

2 
CD) 
4 7» 


1 41 

32 

1.1 9S 

95 
2 
1 

26 

55 

2 

9 

1.103 
7 

15 
961 
1 21 
CO 

CD) 
CO 
(0) 
CD) 
CO 
CO 

1 

CD) 



CO) 
CD) 



52 



NONBANK U.S. AfflliAJfcS 



Table C-1.--External Financial Position of Affiliates/ Selected Industry of Affiliate and 

Transactor by Account 

[Millions of dot I ars J 

External sources of funds 



Current liabilities and long-term debt 



Current liabilities 



To 

nonbank s 



Long-term debt 



To banks 



To 

nonban k s 



Owner s * 

equity^ 

excluding 

ret a i ned 

earn i ngs \J 



Receivables and financial 
i nves t sen t s 



C ur r en t 

rece i w- 
ab I es 



None ur r en t 

receiv- 
ables and 
f i nanc i»l 

jnwest- 
ment s 



(3) 



C \2) 



Ba lane e a t close FY 1980 

All industries 2_/ ........ 

Foreign parent group IJ 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons 



Petroleum 2/ . . 

Foreign parent group ~h_l 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons 



Manufacturing /_/ ......... 

Foreign parent group J5/ 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons 



Wholesale trade l_l 

Foreign parent group _3/ 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons 



Other ^./ 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



235,720 


185,350 


11 7,888 


28,714 


89,174 


63.772 


25,133 


1 1,661 


346 


11,315 


9,978 


9,652 


4,916 


2,217 


2,699 


161 ,969 


150,565 


10 1,31 1 


26,1 51 


75,160 


28,750 


23,522 


1 0,834 


494 


10,340 


5,466 


1 ,631 


689 


( *) 


688 


2,132 


2,117 


416 


( D) 


(D) 


21,152 


19,774 


9,730 


(D) 


(D) 


66,603 


47, 153 


24,558 


5,908 


1 8,649 


24,795 


9,432 


3,300 


1 


3,299 


1,907 


1,847 


669 


267 


402 


39,901 


35,874 


20,589 


5,640 


14,949 


45,737 


39,831 


34,019 


1 6,077 


1 7,942 


12,996 


7,564 


5,724 


( D) 


(D) 


2,615 


2,605 


2,361 


1 ,004 


1,357 


30,126 


29,663 


25,934 


(0) 


(D) 


94,630 


74,844 


48,478 


6,236 


42,242 


20,515 


6,507 


1,948 


(D) 


<D> 


3,324 


3,083 


1,470 


<D) 


(0) 


70,791 


65,254 


45,059 


5,060 


39,999 



67,462 


21,984 


45,478 


1 3,472 


102 


13,371 


4,735 


3,723 


1,01 2 


49,254 


18,159 


31 ,095 


12,688 


4,089 


8,599 


942 





942 


1,701 


CO) 


(0) 


10,045 


CD) 


( D) 


22,596 


6,616 


1 5,980 


6,132 


4 


6,127 


1,178 


1 ,062 


1 16 


15,286 


5,550 


9,736 


5,812 


2,533 


3,279 


1,840 


<D) 


(0) 


243 


21 9 


25 


3,729 


(0) 


( D) 


26,366 


8,746 


17,620 


4,559 


(0) 


(0) 


1,613 


(0) 


(0) 


20, 195 


7,640 


12,555 



50,369 

38,639 

327 

1 1 ,403 

5,228 

3,836 

15 

1,377 

1 9,450 

15,363 

61 

4,026 

5,906 

5,432 

1 1 

465 

19,786 

14,009 

241 

5,537 



76,U68 


66,261 


8,825 


7,673 


3,41 1 


2,975 


63,833 


55,613 


6,826 


6,674 


1 ,025 


1,022 


21 4 


207 


5,587 


5,445 


1 7,078 


1 6,108 


1,447 


1,169 


822 


797 


14,809 


14,143 


19,556 


18,710 


4,109 


4,023 


1 ,772 


1,518 


13,675 


13,169 


32,608 


24,769 


2,243 


1,459 


603 


453 


29,762 


22,856 



9,8 7 

1,1 5 2 

436 

8,220 

1 52 





7 




1 41 




9 70 




278 




25 




bbl 




846 




86 




254 




SU6 


7 


,8 39 




784 




149 


6 


,906 



Ba Lane e at c lose FY 1979 



All industries _2/ 

Foreign par en t group _3/ 
Other foreign persons . . 
U.S. persons ........... 



Pe t roleum 21 ............. 

Foreign parent g r oup _3 / 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons 



Manufacturing JLJ ......... 

Foreign parent g r oup _3 / 
Other foreign persons •< 
U.S. persons 



Wholesale trade_2_/ 

Foreign parent group 3/ 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons 



Other II 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



78,836 


140,533 


50,495 


20,137 


6,219 


5,973 


22,122 


11 4,423 


24,318 


19,553 


5,102 


(0) 


1,305 


(0) 


1 7,91 1 


16,628 


53,419 


38,448 


19,967 


8,002 


1 ,049 


1 ,007 


32,403 


29,439 


38,812 


33,813 


10,698 


6,139 


1 ,818 


1 ,808 


26,296 


25,866 


62,287 


48,718 


14,728 


(D) 


2,047 


(0) 


45,512 


42,490 



87,297 


23,232 


64,064 


9,953 


289 


9,664 


2,980 


1,035 


1,945 


74,364 


21 ,908 


52,455 


8,404 


295 


8,109 


84 9 





849 


233 


23 


209 


7,322 


272 


7,051 


1 9, 35 4 


4,233 


15,116 


3,025 





3,025 


350 


1 60 


190 


1 5,979 


4,077 


11,901 


29,039 


1 4,265 


14,774 


4,701 


(D) 


CD) 


1,564 


(D) 


(D) 


22,774 


13,751 


9,024 


30,499 


4 ,434 


26,065 


1, 378 


<D> 


<D> 


833 


(D) 


(0) 


28,288 


3,808 


24,480 



53,236 


1 7,088 


36.149 


10,184 


86 


10,098 


2,993 


2,489 


504 


40,060 


1 4,51 2 


25,547 


11,149 


2,942 


8,207 


(0 ) 





( d) 


(0) 


to) 


1 


9,305 


(0) 


(0) 


19,094 


5,662 


13,432 


4,977 


2 


4,975 


657 


588 


69 


13,460 


5,073 


8,388 


4,774 


2,269 


2,505 


1,438 


(*) 


1,437 


244 


205 


39 


3,091 


2,064 


1 ,028 


18,219 


6,214 


12,005 


(0) 


84 


(D) 


(0) 


(D) 


394 


14,202 


(0) 


< D) 



38,303 

30,359 

246 

7,699 

4,765 

<D) 
(D) 
1,283 

1 4,971 

1 1,965 

42 

2,964 

4,999 

4,559 

9 

430 

13,569 
(0) 

(0) 
3,021 



57,165 


49,810 


6,1 73 


5,159 


3,14 1 


2,540 


47,850 


42,111 


5,605 


5,481 


CD) 


<0J 


CO) 


CO) 


4,779 


4,658 


13,603 


1 3,064 


1,062 


932 


607 


582 


1 1,934 


1 1,549 


17,293 


16,457 


2,572 


2,481 


1 ,880 


1,4G4 


12,842 


12,572 


20,663 


14,808 


(0) 


(0) 


CD) 


(0) 


18,295 


13,332 



7,355 

1,0 15 

601 

5,740 

125 
2 

1 21 



540 


1 30 


25 


385 


837 


91 


476 


i7u 


5,8 5 4 


782 


9y 


4,9 63 



Change 

All industries 56,884 44,817 30,592 5,482 25,110 14,226 4,896 9,329 12,066 18,904 16,451 2,452 

Foreign parent group «/ 13,277 4,996 1,708 57 1,651 3,288 15 3,273 8.281 2,651 2,514 13& 

Other foreign persons .. 3,760 3,678 1,936 1,182 754 1,742 1,234 508 81 270 435 -16 5 

U.S. persons 39,847 36,142 26,948 4,242 22,705 9,195 3,647 5,548 3,705 15,982 13,502 2,480 

Petroleum 4,432 3,969 2,430 199 2,231 1,539 1,146 392 463 1,221 1,193 27 

Foreign parent group.4/ 365 (0) -160 (*) -160 CO) (D) (0) (0) (0) 2 

Other foreign persons 827 (D) 183 (D) (0) (0) (0) (0) (D) (0) (0) 6 

U.S. persons 3,241 3,147 2,407 (0) <D) 739 (D) ( D ) 94 808 787 20 

Manufacturing 13,184 8,705 5,203 1,670 3,533 3,501 954 2,547 4,479 3,475 3,045 430 

Foreign parent group W 4,827 1,430 275 1 273 1,155 2 1,152 3,398 385 236 148 

Other foreign persons 858 839 318 106 212 521 474 47 19 215 215 I *> 

U.S. persons 7,498 6,435 4,610 1,563 3,048 1,825 477 1.348 1.062 2.876 2,594 282 

Wholesale trade 6,925 6,018 4,980 1.811 3,169 1,038 264 775 907 2,263 2,253 10 

Foreign parent group_4/ 2,298 1,425 1,023 (D) (0) 402 (D) (D) 873 1,537 1,543 -5 

Other foreign persons 798 796 798 <0) (0) -1 14 -15 1 -107 114 -221 

U.S. persons 3,829 3,797 3,159 (D) <D) 637 (D) <D> 33 832 597 23o 

Other 32,343 26,126 17,978 1,802 16,177 8,147 2,532 5,615 6,21? 11,94S 9,960 1,985 

Foreign parent group 5,787 (D) 570 (0) (D) <D) <D) (D) (0) (0) (0) -7 

Other foreign persons 1,277 <D) 637 <0) 10) (0) (D) (0) (0) CD) <0) 50 

U.S. persons 25,279 22,764 16,771 1,252 15,519 5,993 (D) (D) 2.515 11,467 9,525 1,9*2 



53 



Table C-2---Ex t erna I Financial Position of Affiliates That Have UBO's in Canada/ Selected Industry 

of Affiliate and Transactor by Account 



NONaAHjC U.S. AFFILIATES 



[Millions of dollars] 



External sources of funds 



Current liabilities and long-term debt 



Current liabilities 



To banks 



To 
nonbank s 



Long-term debt 



To 
nonb ank s 



Owners ' 

equi t / / 

excluding 

ret a i ned 

earn i ngs 1 / 



Receivables a/id financial 
inves taents 



Current 
recei v- 

ables 



Noncurren t 

r ecei v- 

ab les and 

f i nanc ia 

i fives t- 

cent s 



C10J 



( 1Z) 



Balance a t close FY 1980 



All industries _2/ 

Foreign parent group _5/ 
Other foreign persons .« 
U.S. persons 



Petroleum 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Manufacturing 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons , 



wholesale trade 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



0th e r 

Foreign parent group - 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



34,630 


27,551 


1 3,76 2 


2,778 


10,984 


1 3,789 


4,51 7 


9,272 


7,079 


13,354 


9,093 


4,261 


10,696 


5,097 


1,784 


(D) 


(0) 


3,313 


4 


3,309 


5,599 


605 


561 


44 


1 ,812 


1 ,704 


572 


(D) 


CD) 


1,132 


922 


210 


109 


1 71 


140 


31 


22,122 


20,751 


11,406 


2,391 


9,015 


9,344 


3,591 


5,753 


1,372 


12,578 


8,392 


4,186 


2,734 


2,233 


71 2 


1 33 


574 


1,521 


477 


1 ,044 


501 


440 


408 


33 


1 ,270 


871 


(D) 





(0) 


(D) 





(DJ 


399 


31 


31 


Q 


403 


401 


(0 ) 


CD) 


3 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


2 


13 


13 





1,061 


962 


491 


CD) 


10) 


471 


CO) 


<») 


99 


396 


363 


33 


10,113 


7,619 


3,897 


831 


3,097 


3,721 


881 


2,840 


2,494 


3,244 


3,024 


220 


4,737 


2,404 


889 





889 


1,515 





1 ,51 5 


2,333 


370 


CM 


CD) 


4 54 


451 


128 


19 


1 10 


322 


278 


45 


3 


66 


(DJ 


CO) 


4,922 


4,764 


2,879 


782 


2,097 


1,884 


604 


1,281 


158 


2,807 


2,621 


187 


1,656 


1 ,368 


86 6 


1 31 


764 


503 


48 


455 


287 


648 


636 


13 


894 


659 


402 





402 


257 





257 


235 


45 


IB) 


CD) 


69 


(0) 


55 


<D) 


(D) 


<D> 


(0) 





(0) 


38 


CD) 


CD) 


693 


(0) 


408 


(D) 


(0) 


CD) 


(D) 


1 98 


(0) 


566 


553 


13 


20,128 


16,331 


8,287 


1,737 


6,549 


8,044 


3,11 1 


4,934 


3,797 


9,022 


5,026 


3,9 96 


3,795 


1 ,163 


<D ) 


CD) 


CD) 


<D) 


4 


CD) 


2,632 


159 


10) 


CD) 


887 


(D) 


CD) 


< D) 


(D> 


(0) 


32 6 


CD) 


(D) 


55 


CD) 


ia) 


1 5,447 


(D ) 


7,629 


1 ,470 


6,159 


(D) 


2,780 


<D> 


(0) 


8,808 


4,854 


3,954 



ba lane e a t c Lose FY 1979 



All industries^/ 

Foreign parent group ZJ 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons ........... 



Petroleum 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Manufacturing .......... 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Wholesale trade 

Foreign parent group . 
Other forsign persons 
U.S. persons 



Other 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



23,644 


18,515 


8,436 


1 ,313 


7,123 


10,079 


3,607 


6,473 


5,129 


8,91 5 


5.914 


3.000 


7,948 


3,850 


1,585 


CD) 


CD) 


2,266 


9 


2,257 


4,098 


429 


CD) 


CD) 


920 


824 


252 


<D> 


(0) 


572 


441 


131 


96 


136 


(O) 


CO) 


14,776 


1 3,84 1 


6,600 


1,171 


5,429 


7,242 


3,1 57 


4,084 


934 


8,350 


5,384 


2.9 66 


1,828 


1,518 


525 


84 


441 


993 


139 


855 


310 


359 


347 


12 


822 


559 


CD) 





CD) 


CD) 





(0) 


264 


CD) 


to) 





136 


136 


CD ) 


< D) 


C«) 


(D) 


CD) 


( ») 





CD) 


CO) 





869 


823 


402 


( 0) 


CD) 


421 


(0) 


CD) 


46 


322 


310 


12 


8,000 


6,154 


3,182 


422 


2,760 


2.972 


705 


2,267 


1,845 


2,563 


2,481 


81 


3,672 


1,972 


841 





841 


1,131 





1,131 


1,700 


21 5 


CD) 


CD) 


125 


124 


74 


23 


51 


50 


26 


25 


1 


48 


CO) 


CO) 


4,203 


4,058 


2,267 


399 


1.869 


1,791 


680 


1,111 


144 


2,299 


2,224 


75 


1 ,477 


1,200 


32 6 


1 29 


697 


374 


57 


31 7 


277 


585 


569 


16 


812 


586 


394 





394 


191 





191 


226 


40 


39 


2 


62 


CD) 


49 


18 


32 


CD) 


CO) 





CD) 


•40 


40 


C«) 


604 


CD) 


382 


1 1 1 


271 


CD) 


(0) 


126 


CD) 


505 


490 


14 


1 2,340 


9,643 


3,903 


678 


3,225 


5,740 


2,706 


3,034 


2,697 


5,408 


2.517 


2.891 


2,643 


734 


<D ) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


9 


( D) 


1,909 


(0) 


CO) 


CD) 


597 


(D) 


(0) 


71 


<D> 


(D) 


<D) 


107 


CO) 


CO) 


CO) 


CD) 


9,100 


( 0) 


3,548 


( D) 


( D) 


<D) 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


5,224 


2.359 


2.865 



Change 



All industries 

Foreign parent group Jt/ 
Other foreign persons ., 
U.S. persons ........... 



Petroleum 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. pe r sons 



Manufacturing 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. per sons 



Wholesale trade 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Ot her 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. per sons 



10,986 


9,036 


5,326 


1 ,465 


3,861 


3,710 


910 


2,800 


1,950 


4,440 


3,17? 


1.2 61 


2,747 


1 ,24 7 


199 


(D) 


(0) 


1,048 


-4 


1 ,052 


1,501 


1 77 


CD) 


CD) 


892 


880 


320 


CD) 


CO) 


560 


481 


79 


12 


36 


CO) 


CO) 


7,347 


6,909 


4,80 7 


1 ,221 


3,586 


2,103 


434 


1 ,669 


437 


4,227 


3,008 


1.220 


906 


715 


187 


54 


133 


528 


338 


1 90 


191 


82 


61 


21 


44 7 


31 2 


(D) 





(0) 


CD) 





(0) 


136 


CO) 


CD) 





267 


264 


CD ) 


(D) 


3 


(0) 


<D) 


C 0) 


2 


CD) 


ID) 





192 


139 


88 


( D) 


(0) 


50 


(0) 


CD) 


53 


73 


53 


21 


2,113 


1 ,464 


715 


378 


336 


749 


176 


573 


649 


681 


542 


1 38 


1 ,065 


432 


49 





49 


384 





384 


633 


155 


CD) 


CD) 


329 


326 


54 


-5 


59 


272 


252 


20 


2 


1 8 


CD) 


CD) 


719 


705 


612 


363 


229 


93 


-76 


169 


13 


508 


397. 


1 12 


1 79 


168 


40 


-28 


67 


129 


-9 


1 38 


10 


63 


66 


-3 


83 


74 


8 





8 


66 





66 


9 


4 


CD) 


CO) 


7 


(D) 


6 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


(0) 





CD) 


-2 


(D) 


CD) 


59 


CD) 


26 


< D) 


CD) 


CD) 


ID) 


72 


CO) 


61 


63 


-2 


7,789 


6,689 


4,384 


1 ,060 


3,325 


2,305 


405 


1 ,900 


1.100 


3,614 


2.509 


1.105 


1,152 


429 


CO) 


CO) 


CD) 


CD) 


-4 


C D) 


723 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


290 


(0) 


(0) 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


( D) 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


6,347 


(0) 


4,081 


CD) 


(0) 


CD) 


(D) 


CD) 


CD) 


3,584 


2.495 


1.3 8 9 



54 



NONbANk U.S. Aff IlUTes 



Table C-3. 



-External financial Position of Affiliates That Have UBO's in France* Selected Industry 
of Affiliate and Transactor by Account 









[Millions o 


f dollars] 


















External sources of funds 


Receivables and financial 
mvfS t ne n t S 




Total 


Current liabilities and long-term debt 


Owners' 
equi t y * 

excluding 

retained 

e am i ngs 1 / 


Total 


C ur ren t 
r ecei w- 

ables 


None ur ren t 




Total 


C ur ren t liabilities 


Long-t erm debt 


ab le s and 

1 l nanc i a I 

i nwes t - 

sent s 




Total 


To banks 


To 
nonbank s 


Tota I 


To bank s 


To 

nonbanks 




(1 > 


(1) 


( 3) 


(4 ) 


(5) 


(6) 


(?) 


(8) 


<9) 


(10J 


(11) 


< 12.) 



8a Lane e a t close FY 1980 



All industries Ij . . 

Foreign par en t group _3/ 
Other foreign persons . ■ 
U.S. persons 



Petroleum 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Manufacturing .......... 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Wholesale trade 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Oth e r 

Foreign parent group • 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



22,564 


18,829 


1 3,559 


2,766 


10,793 


5,270 


1,799 


3,470 


3,735 


5,765 


5,454 


5 1 1 


5,026 


2,512 


1,465 


( D) 


(D> 


1,047 


10 


1,037 


2,514 


41 5 


375 


40 


770 


74 5 


227 


(D) 


(D) 


518 


489 


28 


25 


405 


387 


1 


16,768 


1 5,572 


1 1,86 7 


2,694 


9,173 


3,705 


1,300 


2,405 


1,196 


4,945 


4,692 


253 


(D) 


(0) 


(0 ) 


14 


(0) 


(DJ 


(0) 


(0) 


185 


(DJ 


(0) 


5 


244 


( D> 


7 





7 


<D> 





(0) 


(0) 


8 


8 


( •) 


(D) 


(DJ 


CO) 





(D) 


CD) 


(0) 





( •) 


(0) 


(0) 





(0) 


(D) 


(0 ) 


14 


ID) 


(0) 


(0) 


(0) 


lb) 


(0) 


(0) 


5 


7,320 


5,262 


3,088 


565 


2,523 


2,174 


704 


1,470 


2,058 


1,788 


T,717 


71 


2,032 


84 


396, 





396 


44 4 





444 


1,192 


76 


(0) 


(D) 


327 


310 


97 


33 


63 


213 


21 1 


2 


1 7 


1 92 


(DJ 


(0) 


4,961 


4,112 


2,595 


532 


2,063 


1,517 


493 


1 ,024 


849 


1,51 9 


1 ,456 


63 


4,567 


4,194 


3, 314 


1,340 


1,974 


880 


(D) 


(0) 


373 


1,402 


1,378 


24 


1 ,686 


<0) 


986 





986 


(0 ) 





(0) 


(0) 


270 


253 


1 7 


63 


63 


50 


8 


41 


1 3 


10 


3 


< • ) 


158 


1 J5 


J 


2,818 


(0) 


2,278 


1 ,331 


94 7 


(0) 


(0) 


< 0) 


(DJ 


974 


967 


1 


(0) 


(D) 


(D) 


848 


(0) 


(0) 


(D) 


1 ,4 43 


1,119 


(DJ 


(DJ 


210 


1 ,063 


(DJ 


76 


(0) 


(0) 


(D) 


10 


< D) 


<D> 


60 


<U> 


(DJ 


(D) 


(D) 


(0) 


(0) 


(D) 


CD) 


<D) 


23 


8 


(0) 


(0) 


(0) 


(D) 


8, 112 


(0 ) 


817 


(D) 


(DJ 


3*1 


(0) 


(0) 


< 0) 


( D) 


wa 



Balance at close FY 1979 



All industries II 

Foreign parent group _3/ 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons 



Petroleum 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons ......... 



Manufacturing 

foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Wholesale trade 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Other 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons ......... 



14,490 


11,907 


8,217 


1,697 


6,520 


3,690 


1,137 


2,553 


2,583 


3,577 


3,443 


1 35 


3,716 


1 ,748 


1,075 


(0) 


(0) 


673 


(D) 


( 0) 


1,968 


238 


200 


39 


423 


41 4 


161 


< 0) 


(0) 


2 53 


(0) 


(0) 


9 


24 5 


228 


17 


10,351 


9,745 


6,981 


1 ,632 


5,350 


2,764 


877 


1 ,886 


61)6 


3,094 


3,015 


79 


515 


<D> 


(0 ) 


< 0) 


(0) 


(0) 


(0) 


(0) 


(D) 


1 70 


165 


5 


(0) 


(0) 


(D) 





(0) 


2 





2 


151 


(DJ 


(D) 


(•) 


(D) 


<D) 


(D ) 


5 


(0) 


(D) 


(DJ 








(DJ 


(0) 





292 


(0) 


<D> 


( 0) 


(D) 


(0) 


(0) 


(D) 


(0) 


1 59 


1 55 


4 


4,958 


3,677 


1,870 


3 71 


1,499 


1,807 


566 


1 ,241 


1,280 


1,115 


1,090 


25 


1 ,467 


62 5 


257 





257 


367 





367 


842 


61 


58 


2 


248 


246 


41 


24 


17 


205 


205 


(•J 


2 


73 


68 


5 


3,243 


2,806 


1,572 


347 


1,225 


1,234 


361 


874 


437 


981 


963 


i a 


3,206 


2,835 


2, 304 


758 


1,546 


531 


226 


304 


371 


850 


829 


22 


1,244 


896 


747 





747 


149 





149 


349 


(0) 


(D) 


(O) 


53 


53 


41 


2 


39 


12 


(D> 


(0) 


(•) 


(0) 


(0) 


(0) 


1,908 


1,886 


1,516 


756 


760 


370 


(0J 


(0) 


11 


588 


583 


5 


5,812 


( D) 


(D ) 


< D) 


(0) 


(D) 


(0 ) 


( D) 


CD) 


1 ,442 


1,359 


83 


(0) 


(0) 


<D> 


< D) 


(0) 


154 


(0) 


< DJ 


626 


40 


(0J 


(D) 


(D) 


(D> 


(0) 


<D> 


(0) 


(0) 


1 1 


( DJ 


7 


35 


(DJ 


(0) 


4,908 


(DJ 


(0) 


(D) 


(0) 


(0) 


263 


(0) 


(0) 


1,366 


1,314 


53 



Change 



All industries 

Foreign parent group J^/ 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons 



Petroleum 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Manufacturing 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Wholesale trade 

Foreign pa rent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Othe r 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons ......... 



8,074 


6,922 


5,342 


1 ,069 


4,273 


1,580 


662 


91 8 


1,152 


2,1 88 


2,01 1 


1 76 


1,310 


764 


390 


( D) 


(0J 


374 


(0) 


(0) 


546 


1 77 


175 


2 


347 


331 


66 


(0) 


(0) 


265 


(0) 


( DJ 


1 6 


1 60 


159 


1 


6,417 


5,827 


4,886 


1 ,062 


3,824 


94 1 


423 


518 


590 


1,851 


1,67? 


1 1 5 


(DJ 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(0) 


(D) 


<D> 


(DJ 


(0) 


(DJ 


(0 ) 


< O 


(0) 


(D) 


(D) 





(D) 


(DJ 





(0J 


(DJ 


(0> 


(OJ 


(») 


(DJ 


(D) 


(DJ 


-5 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(D> 





(*) 


< DJ 


(0J 





(D) 


(D) 


(D J 


(D) 


(0) 


(DJ 


(D) 


(0) 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(OJ 


(•) 


2,363 


1 ,585 


1,21 7 


194 


1,024 


367 


1 38 


229 


778 


673 


627 


46 


56 5 


21 5 


139 





139 


77 





77 


350 


1 6 


(0J 


(0) 


79 


63 


55 


9 


46 


8 


6 


2 


15 


1 19 


(0) 


(0) 


1 ,719 


1,306 


1,024 


185 


8 59 


283 


132 


1 51 


41 2 


538 


492 


46 


1 ,362 


1 ,360 


1,010 


582 


428 


350 


(0) 


(DJ 


2 


552 


549 


3 


442 


(D) 


239 





239 


(0 J 





(DJ 


(0) 


(0) 


(DJ 


(0J 


10 


10 


9 


7 


2 


1 


(0) 


(DJ 


( • ) 


(DJ 


(OJ 


(OJ 


910 


(0) 


762 


575 


1 87 


(D) 


(D) 


(DJ 


(DJ 


387 


384 


2 


(D) 


( D) 


(DJ 


(D) 


(0) 


(0) 


(DJ 


(D) 


(0) 


(0J 


(DJ 


1 17 


(DJ 


(D) 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(0) 


(0) 


(0) 


(DJ 


(0) 


20 


(0) 


(0) 


(0) 


(0) 


(D J 


< D) 


(0) 


(DJ 


(0) 


(0J 


1 


(D J 


(O) 


(D) 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(D) 


(D) 


(0) 


(D) 


78 


(0J 


(O) 


< 0) 


(OJ 


125 



S5 



Table C-4.--E x t erna I Financial Position of Affiliates That Have UBO's in Germany* Selected Industry 

of AffiLiate and Transactor by Account 



M0N8ANJC u.s. Affkura: 



ERillions of dollars! 



External sources of funds 



Current liabilities and long-term debt 



C urren t liabilities 



To banks 



To 
nonbanks 



Long-t erm debt 



To 

nonbanks 



Owners ■ 

equi t i * 

exc lud i ng 

ret ai ned 

earn \ ngs _1 / 



Receivables and financial 
investments 



Current 
recei tr- 
ebles 



No/icurr en t 

recei v- 

ables and 

f inane i a I 

i r w« t- 

«er* s 



aoi 



cm 



iiZJ 



Balance at c lose F Y 1 98U 



ALL industries ZJ 

Foreign parent group J7 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons 



Petroleum 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons . .. . 



Manufacturing 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Wholesale trade 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons ......... 



Other 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



26,732 


1 8,81 7 


1 1,06 7 


3,323 


7,744 


7,751 


2,624 


5,126 


7,915 


6,455 


6,040 


415 


0,1 24 


2,860 


1,371 


< D) 


(D) 


1,489 





1 ,489 


6,264 


872 


834 


38 


1 ,101 


1 ,003 


853 


(0) 


(0) 


239 


192 


47 


9 


251 


242 


8 


16,507 


14,86 5 


8,843 


2,696 


6,147 


6,022 


2,432 


3.590 


1,642 


5,332 


4.964 


368 


575 


293 


207 


(D) 


(D) 


86 


(0 ) 


(0) 


83 


75 


75 





(D) 


<D> 


<D) 





(0) 


(D) 





(0) 


78 


1 


1 





2 


2 


2 


2 


< *) 























(0) 


(D> 


(D ) 


CD) 


84 


(D> 


(0) 


5 


4 


74 


74 


O 


1 4,967 


10,353 


5,245 


1,419 


3,826 


5,608 


1,791 


3,817 


4,1 14 


3,535 


3.281 


254 


4,570 


1,467 


471 





471 


997 





997 


3,102 


14* 


lb) 


CO) 


340 


337 


177 


50 


127 


161 


134 


27 


3 


187 


CO) 


cm 


10,057 


9,049 


4,598 


1,36? 


3,229 


4,450 


1,65 7 


2,793 


1,008 


3.204 


2.986 


218 


5,1 23 


4,043 


3,414 


1 ,663 


1 ,751 


629 


255 


374 


1,080 


1.863 


1.831 


32 


1,083 


009 


638 


( D) 


(D) 


271 





271 


1.073 


652 


652 


l*> 


625 


624 


619 


(D) 


(D) 


4 


2 


3 


1 


48 


47 


1 


2,516 


2,510 


2, 157 


1,094 


1,063 


353 


253 


100 


6 


1 .163 


1.131 


32 


6,267 


3,629 


2,200 


( 0) 


<D> 


1,429 


(0) 


< 0) 


2,638 


982 


854 


128 


(D) 


( D) 


(0) 





(0) 


<0) 





(0) 


2,010 


75 


<OJ 


cm 


134 


129 


55 


6 


49 


74 


56 


18 


4 


16 


CO) 


CD) 


(D) 


(0 ) 


(0 ) 


<D> 


1,771 


<0) 


(0) 


69 1 


624 


891 


773 


119 



ba lance a t c Lose FY 1 9? 9 



All industries ZJ ........ 

Foreign parent group 3/ 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons 



Pet role um 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Manufacturing 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Wholesale trade 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons ......... 



Other 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



21 .676 


1 5,178 


8,539 


2,002 


6,537 


6,639 


2,080 


4,560 


6 


,498 


4,924 


4,706 


218 


7,723 


2,680 


1, 381 


(D) 


(03 


1,299 


(D) 


<D) 


5 


-043 


313 


CO) 


(M 


380 


372 


210 


<D) 


(D) 


162 


(D) 


CO) 




8 


234 


COl 


(A) 


1 3,573 


12,126 


6,948 


1 ,893 


5,054 


5,1 78 


1,94 9 


3,229 


1 


,4 4 7 


4,377 


4,186 


1 91 


253 


184 


105 


( 0) 


<D) 


79 


(0) 


(D) 




C8 


51 


51 





95 


30 


(D ) 





(D) 


CD) 





(0) 




64 


2 


2 





3 


3 


2 


2 


(') 


< • ) 


(*) 



















155 


151 


(D) 


( D> 


67 


CD) 


CD) 


4 




4 


-9 


49 





12,1 85 


8,871 


4,087 


962 


3,125 


4,785 


1,389 


3,396 


3 


,314 


2.845 


2,708 


137 


3,829 


1,356 


475 





475 


881 





881 


2 


,473 


136 


CO) 


CM 


203 


230 


87 


29 


59 


1 1 2 


80 


23 




3 


162 


it» 


CM 


8,1 54 


7.31 5 


3,52 4 


933 


2,591 


3,791 


1,300 


2,491 




839 


2,547 


2,435 


113 


3,977 


3,114 


2,523 


863 


1 ,660 


591 


208 


384 




863 


1.330 


1,312 


18 


1 ,835 


079 


700 


(D) 


(0) 


279 





279 




856 


127 


126 


C*». 


104 


103 


99 


< 0) 


(0) 


4 


(•) 


4 




1 


6* 


63 


1 


2,038 


2,033 


1,725 


832 


892 


308 


208 


101 




6 


1,139 


1,123 


16 


5,261 


3,008 


1,824 


<D> 


(0) 


1 ,185 


(D) 


(0) 


2 


,253 


697 


634 


63 


1 ,965 


315 


(D) 


( D) 


CD) 


<D> 


CD) 


( D) 


1 


,650 


48 


47 


1 


71 


67 


21 


2 


20 


45 


CD) 


CD) 




4 


8 


8 


(•1 


3.225 


2,627 


(0) 


(D) 


1,504 


<D> 


(D) 


634 




599 


642 


579 


62 



Change 



All industries 

Foreign parent group _*_/ 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Petroleum 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Manufacturing .......... 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Wholesale trade ........ 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. oersons 



Other 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons ......... 



5,056 


3,639 


2,528 


1 ,321 


1,207 


1,111 


544 


567 


1,416 


1,531 


1,334 


197 


1 ,401 


180 


-10 


(D) 


(D) 


190 


CD) 


CD) 


1,221 


559 


CM 


CO) 


721 


721 


64 3 


( D> 


CD) 


77 


(D) 


<D) 


<») 


1 7 


CD) 


CD) 


2,934 


2,739 


1,895 


832 


1,093 


843 


483 


360 


195 


955 


778 


178 


123 


108 


101 


(D) 


(D) 


7 


CD) 


CD) 


14 


2-4 


24 





(0) 


(0) 


CD) 





CO) 


<0) 





(0) 


14 


-1 


-1 





(») 


(») 


(• ) 


( •) 


(*) 


(• ) 


(•) 

















(0) 


(D) 


CD) 


(D) 


1 7 


CD) 


ID) 


1 


C») 


25 


25 





2,782 


1 ,982 


1,1 59 


457 


701 


82 3 


402 


421 


799 


689 


573 


1 17 


741 


1 1 1 


-4 





-4 


1 16 





116 


630 


7 


CM 


CM 


1 33 


138 


89 


21 


68 


48 


45 


3 


(♦) 


26 


CO) 


CD) 


1 ,903 


1 , 733 


1,074 


436 


638 


659 


357 


302 


1 70 


656 


551 


105 


1,146 


929 


891 


800 


91 


37 


4' 


-10 


217 


533 


518 


15 


147 


-70 


-62 


(D) 


CD) 


-.8 





-8 


217 


S26 


526 


CO 


521 


521 


521 


( D) 


(0) 


(») 


1 


-1 


(*) 


-16 


-16 


-1 


477 


477 


433 


262 


1 71 


4 5 


4S 


-1 


C*J 


a 


8 


16 


1 ,006 


620 


377 


(D) 


CD) 


244 


(0) 


CO) 


385 


285 


219 


65 


(0) 


CD) 


(D) 


(D) 


(0) 


CD) 


CO) 


(D) 


360 


27 


16) 


CD) 


63 


63 


34 


4 


30 


29 


CD) 


( D) 


CO 


7 


CD) 


(0) 


<0 ) 


(0) 


(D) 


(0) 


267 


(D) 


CD) 


57 


25 


250 


193 


57 



56 



Table C- 5. --Ex t erna I Financial Position of Affiliates That Have UBO*s in the Netherlands* Selected 

Industry of Affiliate and Transactor by Account 



NuNBANK U.S. AFFILlAItS 



CMillions of dollars] 

External sources of funds 



Current liabilities and long-term debt 



Current liabilities 



To 
nonbank s 



Lon g-t erm debt 



To 
nonbank s 



Oyner s ' 

equ i t y* 

ex c I ud iny 

retai ned 

e a rn i ngs 1 / 



Receivables and financial 
investments 



Current 
r ece i v- 

ables 



None ur r en t 

receiv- 
ables and 
f i nanc i a I 
i nves t - 
merit s 



<5> 



( U) 



3a lane e a t c lose FY 1930 



All industries .2/ . 

Foreign parent group $J 
Other foreign persons . . 
U.S. persons 



Petroleum . 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. per sons 



Manufacturing .......... 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Wholesale trade 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Othe r 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons ......... 



24,165 


1 7,186 


7,317 


945 


6,372 


9,870 


4,588 


5,282 


6,978 


5,299 


4,863 


43b 


5, 576 


1 ,429 


488 


(D) 


(0) 


940 


(0) 


<D> 


4,147 


227 


(D) 


(03 


1.575 


1,540 


96 


< 0) 


(0) 


1 ,444 


(0) 


(0) 


34 


1 1 7 


(0) 


(0) 


1 7,0)1 


14,217 


6,732 


862 


5,870 


7,485 


3,440 


4,045 


2,797 


4,956 


4,578 


377 


(0) 


( 0) 


(D) 


22 


(0) 


(D) 


(0) 


(03 


2,244 


(03 


to 


<:4 


(0) 


U9 


(0 ) 


( *) 


(0) 


(0) 





(0) 


(03 


(03 


(03 


u 


(D) 


(D> 


S 


2 


4 


(D) 


(0) 


(03 


(03 


CO) 


( 03 





< D) 


< 0) 


<0) 


20 


<0) 


(0) 


<D> 


(0) 


(03 


(0) 


(D) 


<T4 


4,542 


3,366 


1,687 


381 


1,305 


1,679 


524 


1 ,1 55 


1 ,1 76 


1 ,354 


1,341 


1 3 


1,589 


697 


147 





147 


550 





550 


891 


59 


(0) 


(0) 


93 


92 


(D) 


(0) 


2 


(0 ) 


(0) 


( •) 


2 


38 


<0) 


<t» 


2,859 


2,577 


(0) 


(0) 


1 ,1 56 


(D) 


(0) 


604 


282 


1,257 


1,251 


6 


705 


587 


41 4 


127 


287 


172 


96 


76 


119 


292 


(D) 


(0) 


296 


184 


134 





134 


50 





50 


1 13 


23 


21 


2 


7 


7 


7 


5 


1 














23 


23 





402 


396 


274 


122 


152 


122 


96 


26 


6 


246 


(0) 


(0) 


(0) 


(D3 


(D) 


414 


(D) 


(0) 


(03 


(D3 


3,440 


( J 


799 


(03 


CD) 


399 


(0) 


(D) 


(D) 


(03 


(0) 


(0) 


(0) 


(0) 


(0) 


(01 


( D) 


< 0) 


<D) 


(D) 


(03 


(0) 


189 


(0) 


(0) 


(03 


< 0) 


(A3 


(D> 


(0) 


(0) 


(0) 


(D) 


(D3 


(0) 


(03 


(03 


(03 


(03 


(S3 



da Lane e a t c lose FY 1979 



All industries _2/ 

Foreign parent group _5/ 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons ........... 



Petroleum 

Foreign parent grcup . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Manufacturing .......... 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Wholesale trade ........ 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Other 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons ......... 



19,196 


1 4,462 


7, 318 


1,111 


6,208 


7,144 


3,274 


3,871 


4,734 


4,547 


4,198 


349 


4,859 


1,388 


(D) 


< 0) 


<0) 


(03 


(0) 




( 0) 




3,471 


229 


(03 


(0) 


1 ,249 


1 ,244 


(0 ) 


(03 


40 


(D) 


(03 




(0) 




6 


84 


(03 


(0) 


13,087 


1 1,831 


6,712 


(D) 


(D) 


5,1 19 


(D ) 




(03 




1,257 


4,234 


3,957 


277 


(0) 


(0) 


(D) 


50 


(0) 


(0) 


(03 




1 ,800 


2,191 


(1)3 


(DJ 


( D> 


(0) 


226 


(0) 





(0) 


(03 







(0! 




<0) 


(03 


<0j 





<D) 


(0) 


(0 > 


2 


<D ) 


(0) 


(0) 












(0) 


(03 





7,567 


(0) 


(0 > 


43 


(03 


3,184 


(D) 




(D) 




(0) 


(03 


(0) 


(03 


3,966 


2,966 


1,432 


204 


1,228 


1 , 534 


446 


1 ,088 


1 ,000 


1 ,1 70 


1,157 


13 


(D) 


(0) 


(D) 





(03 


(0) 







(03 




741 


42 


38 


4 


(D) 


(D> 


(D) 


(D) 


1 


(0) 


(03 






1 


2 


28 


25 


3 


2,420 


2,163 


1,246 


(D3 


<D) 


917 


< 0) 




(03 




257 


1,100 


1,093 


7 


4 1 4 


346 


300 


78 


223 


45 


(03 




(D3 




&S 


2 1 1 


207 


5 


180 


113 


(D) 





(0) 


(D) 







(03 




67 


24 


24 





13 


13 


13 


( 0) 


<D) 


















25 


25 





221 


220 


<D ) 


( D ) 


1 17 


<D ) 


(0) 






4 


1 


162 


158 


5 


(03 


(0) 


(03 


779 


(03 


(03 


(0) 




(03 




1,475 


(D) 


(03 


(0) 


(D) 


(0) 


(0) 


(D) 


(0) 


(03 


(03 




(03 




(0) 


(03 


<0) 


(D) 


(D) 


(0) 


35 


< D) 


(03 


(D3 


118 


(03 




b 


(03 


7 


(O) 


2,879 


(D3 


(D ) 


( 0) 


(0) 


(03 


(D) 




(D3 




(03 


(03 


(0) 


(03 



Change 



All industries 

Foreign parent group jW 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons 



Petroleum . . 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Manufacturing .......... 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Wholesale trade 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons ......... 



Other 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons ......... 



4,969 


2,724 


-1 


-1 66 


1 64 


2,725 


1 ,314 


1,411 


2,245 


752 


666 


87 


717 


41 


(03 


( 0) 


(03 




(0) 


(D) 




(0) 


676 


-2 


(o; 


(03 


325 


296 


(0) 


(03 


(D ) 




(D ) 


( 0) 




(03 


29 


3! 


(0) 


(03 


3,926 


2,387 


20 


(03 


(03 




2,366 


(03 




( 0) 


1 ,540 


722 


621 


100 


(03 


(03 


(03 


-23 


(03 




(03 


(0) 




(D3 


53 


(03 


(D3 


(03 


(D) 


-77 


(0 ) 


(•) 


(0) 




(03 







(03 


(0) 


(03 


(0) 





(0) 


(0) 


(0 ) 


< •) 


(0) 




(0) 


(D) 




(03 


(03 


(03 


(0) 





(D3 


(0) 


(0) 


-28 


(0) 




(03 


(03 




(0) 


(03 


(03 


10) 


(03 


5 76 


400 


255 


1 78 




77 


1 46 




79 


67 


1 76 


1 84 


185 


( ') 


(03 


(03 


(D) 





(03 




(D) 







< 0) 


1 51 


1 7 


(03 


(03 


(03 


(D) 


(0) 


(03 




2 


(03 


(0) 




-1 


(*) 


10 


(0) 


(0) 


440 


41 4 


(03 


(03 


(D) 




(03 


(0 ) 




( 03 


25 


1 57 


1 58 


-1 


292 


241 


114 


50 




64 


127 


(D3 




(03 


51 


SI 


(03 


(0) 


1 16 


70 


(0) 





(03 




(0) 




u 


(03 


4S 


-1 


-3 


2 


-6 


-6 


-6 


(03 


(03 


















-2 


-2 





182 


177 


(D ) 


(0) 




35 


(0) 


(03 




22 


5 


84 


403 


(0) 


(0) 


(03 


(03 


-365 


(03 




(03 


(03 




(03 


1,965 


(03 


(03 


(0) 


(D3 


(03 


(D3 


(03 


(D) 




(03 


(03 




(03 


(0) 


(03 


(0 ) 


ID) 


(D3 


(03 


(0> 


( 0) 


< 0) 




(03 




71 


(0) 


(03 


(03 


(03 


(£1 


(0) 


(03 


(03 


(03 


<D> 




(03 


(03 




(03 


<0 ) 


(0) 


'.0) 


(03 



57 



NQABANK U.S. AMU-HIES 



Table C-6. 



-External financial Position of Affiliates That Have UBO * s in the United Kingdom 
Selected Industry of Affiliate and Transactor by Account 

CMillions of dollars] 

External sources of funds 



Current liabilities and long-term debt 



Current liabilities 



To 
nonbank s 



Lon g-ter m debt 



To 
nonbank s 



Owners ' 

equi t y* 

excluding 

retained 

earnings \_l 



Receivables and financial 
investments 



Current 
rccci v- 



hcrcur rtr i 

r ecei y- 

ables and 

i i nine tail 

i nv«S t- 

•«nt s 



(10> 



<m 



( Uj 



3a I anc e a t c L ose FY 1 980 



All industries _2/ 

Foreign parent group JS/ 
Other foreign persons -, 
U.S. persons 



Petroleum 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Manufacturing 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Wholesale trade . . 

Foreign pa rent group - 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Oth e r 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



44,243 


34,803 


20,262 


2,029 


18,233 


14,541 


2,559 


11 ,982 


9,445 


12,665 


11,013 


1 ,655 


12,506 


4,439 


1, 723 


2 


1,721 


2,716 


(DJ 


(DJ 


8,067 


2,180 


(DJ 


(DJ 


824 


821 


533 


1 06 


427 


288 


(0) 


( DJ 


3 


51 1 


(DJ 


(DJ 


30,918 


29,543 


1 8,007 


1,921 


16,086 


11,537 


2.219 


9,318 


1,374 


9,974 


9,094 


880 


1 0,133 


CD) 


(D ) 


54 


(0) 


(0) 


33 


(DJ 


(DJ 


1 ,900 


1,887 


14 


1 ,232 


11 9 


98 





98 


22 





22 


1,112 


(0J 


(DJ 





(0) 


( D ) 


(0) 


( •) 


(D> 


5 


s 








(0) 


(DJ 





(DJ 


(0) 


(dj 


53 


(D) 


<D J 


28 


(D) 


(DJ 


1,355 


1.341 


14 


11,782 


7,734 


3,537 


533 


3,004 


4,196 


1 ,082 


3,11 5 


4,049 


3,1 78 


2,962 


216 


5,031 


1 ,399 


392 





392 


1,008 


2 


1 ,005 


3,631 


576 


400 


176 


302 


301 


81 


57 


24 


220 


214 


6 


1 


151 


150 


(•J. 


6,449 


6,034 


3,065 


4 7b 


2,589 


2,969 


865 


2,103 


41 6 


2,452 


2,412 


40 


4,622 


3,779 


3,232 


1 ,000 


2,232 


547 


233 


314 


843 


1 ,872 


1,8*0 


32 


1 ,725 


941 


712 


2 


710 


229 





229 


784 


418 


(DJ 


(OJ 


231 


231 


212 


41 


1 71 


19 


18 


1 


(•> 


21 7 


(DJ 


(DJ 


2,666 


2,607 


2,308 


956 


1,352 


299 


21 5 


84 


59 


1,237 


1,214 


Zi 


17,711 


(D) 


(0) 


443 


(0) 


(DJ 


1 ,212 


( 0) 


ID) 


5,71-4 


4,322 


1,3 93 


4,519 


1 ,979 


522 





522 


1,457 


(0) 


( 0) 


2,539 


(0) 


(DJ 


(0J 


(0) 


(0) 


(0) 


8 


(0) 


44 


(0) 


(DJ 


2 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(DJ 


( D) 


(DJ 


(D) 


435 


<D> 


(DJ 


1,111 


< 0) 


(O) 


4,930 


4,127 


503 



6a Lance at cl ose FY 1 979 



All industries 2/ 

Foreign parent g r ou p 1/ 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons . 



Petroleum 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Manufacturing 

foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Wholesale trade 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Other 

foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



34,100 


26,792 


14, 178 


1,83? 


12,339 


12,615 


1,743 


10,872 


7,307 


9.297 


8.079 


1*219 


9,492 


3,380 


1,454 


1 


1 ,452 


1,927 


(0) 


(0) 


6,112 


1 .667 


(DJ 


(DJ 


405 


402 


251 


60 


190 


152 


<0) 


(D) 


2 


388 


(DJ 


(DJ 


24,203 


23,009 


1 2,473 


1 ,777 


1 0,696 


10,536 


1 ,565 


8,971 


1.193 


7.242 


6.706 


537 


<D> 


(DJ 


1,981 


CO) 


CD) 


(0 ) 


4 7 


( DJ 


1.531 


1 ,696 


(DJ 


(D) 


1 ,274 


(D) 


(0) 





(DJ 


<D) 





( DJ 


<D) 


(DJ 


(DJ 





(D) 


(0) 


(D) 





(0) 














(DJ 


(DJ 





(DJ 


(0) 


1,757 


(D) 


<D1 


(0 > 


47 


(DJ 


(DJ 


1,218 


(OJ 


(D) 


9.01 1 


5,986 


2,616 


384 


2,232 


3,370 


851 


2,520 


3.025 


2,444 


2.319 


125 


3,750 


1,079 


351 





351 


728 





728 


2.671 


376 


300 


76 


1 50 


149 


21 


(0) 


(D) 


1 28 


121 


6 


1 


140 


139 


1 


5,1 1 1 


4,758 


2,244 


( D) 


<D> 


2,515 


729 


1,785 


353 


1.928 


1,880 


48 


3,941 


3,227 


2, 742 


930 


1,812 


485 


135 


350 


715 


1 .537 


1.512 


26 


1 ,443 


789 


(0 1 


1 


(D) 


(0) 





(DJ 


654 


141 


(DJ 


(DJ 


160 


160 


<D) 


45 


(0) 


(0) 


(D) 


< •) 


(*> 


128 


128 


(*J 


2,339 


2,278 


2,011 


884 


1,126 


267 


(D) 


(0J 


61 


1.269 


(DJ 


(OJ 


<0) 


( ) 


6,839 


( 0) 


(D) 


(0) 


71 1 


( OJ 


2.037 


3,620 


(DJ 


(DJ 


3,026 


(DJ 


(D J 





(D) 


872 


(D) 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(0J 


<DJ 


(DJ 


(D) 


(D) 


<D ) 


(D) 


(0) 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(DJ 


1 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(0) 


6,462 


476 


5,985 


<D> 


( DJ 


< D) 


(D) 


2,827 


2.369 


*58 



Change 



Alt iTOustries 

Foreign parent group Ul 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons ........... 



Petroleum 

foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Manufacturing 

foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



wholesale trade 

foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons ......... 



Other 

foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



10,149 


8,01 1 


6.085 


190 


5,894 


1,926 


817 


1,110 


2,138 


3,368 


2.932 


436 


3,014 


1 ,059 


269 


1 


269 


789 


(DJ 


(DJ 


1,955 


513 


(DJ 


(DJ 


419 


41 8 


28 2 


46 


236 


136 


(OJ 


(OJ 


1 


123 


(OJ 


(AJ 


6,71 5 


6,534 


5.533 


1 (4 


5,390 


1,001 


654 


347 


181 


2,731 


2.388 


343 


(D) 


(OJ 


(OJ 


(0) 


(OJ 


(0) 


-14 


(DJ 


(0) 


204 


(DJ 


(DJ 


-42 


(OJ 


(OJ 





(OJ 


(DJ 





(DJ 


(OJ 


<DJ 


(DJ 





(0) 


(DJ 


(0 J 


( »J 


(DJ 


5 


5 








(OJ 


(DJ 





(D) 


(0) 


CO > 


(OJ 


( D) 


(DJ 


-19 


(DJ 


(OJ 


137 


(DJ 


(DJ 


2,771 


1 ,747 


921 


149 


772 


826 


231 


595 


1.024 


734 


64 3 


91 


1 ,281 


320 


40 





40 


280 


2 


277 


961 


200 


100 


100 


152 


152 


60 


< DJ 


(0) 


92 


93 


( *j 


(»J 


1 1 


11 


(*J 


1 ,338 


1 ,276 


821 


( D) 


(OJ 


454 


136 


31 8 


63 


524 


532 


-8 


681 


552 


490 


69 


421 


62 


98 


-36 


128 


335 


329 


6 


282 


152 


(0) 


1 


<D) 


(0 ) 





(OJ 


130 


27 & 


(DJ 


(DJ. 


71 


71 


(0 ) 


-3 


(D) 


(DJ 


(DJ 


( •) 


(•J 


90 


(DJ 


(DJ 


327 


329 


297 


72 


225 


32 


(DJ 


(D) 


-2 


-33 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(D) 


(DJ 


(D J 


< D) 


(OJ 


(DJ 


501 


(DJ 


(DJ 


2,095 


(DJ 


(DJ 


1 .493 


(0 ) 


(0 ) 





(DJ 


586 


(D J 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(DJ. 


(DJ 


(OJ 


(OJ 


(D) 


(D) 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(DJ 


1 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(OJ 


(D) 


(DJ 


-41 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(D) 


(OJ 


(DJ 


2.103 


1.758 


3*5 



58 



Table C-7.--Ex t frna I financial Position of Affiliates That Have UBO's in Switzerland* Selected 
Industry of Affiliate and Transactor by Account 



NONoANk U.S. Af/UIAieS 



[Millions of dollarsJ 

External sources of funds 



Current liabilities and long-term debt 



Current liabilities 



To 

non banks 



Lon g-term debt 



To banks 



To 
nonb an k s 



Owners ' 

equi ty/ 

excluding 

retained 

earnings 1 / 



Receivables and financial 
1 n ves tmen t s 



C urren t 
receiv- 
ables 



No nc ur re n t 
r ecei v- 

ables and 

I i oar*, i <j i 

i nwest- 

ffient s 



(2) 



(10) 



C lli 



Balance at close FY 1980 



All indust r les J/ ........ 

Foreign parent group _5/ 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons 



Petroleum 

foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Manufacturing 

foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Wholesale trade 

foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



0th e r 

foreign parent group . 
Other foreign per sons 
U.S. persons 



19/765 


16,205 


1 2,831 


2,199 


10,632 


3,373 


1,000 


2,374 


3,561 


8,1 64 


7,549 


b 16 


4,936 


1,895 


781 


<D) 


(0) 


1,114 




2 


1,112 


3,041 


1 72 


1 71 


1 


3<.3 


323 


121 


(D) 


(D) 


203 


155 


47 


20 


1 11) 


1 10 


C«) 


1 4/486 


1 3,986 


1 1,929 


2,125 


9,804 


2,057 


842 


1 ,214 


500 


7,882 


7,268 


6 1 4 


159 


109 


(D ) 


4 


(0) 


CD) 


CD) 




CD) 


50 


(D) 


CD) 


2 


42 


5 


5 





5 


( • ) 







( • ) 


37 








J 


4 


4 


(•) 


< *) 





4 




4 





C«) 











113 


100 


CD) 


4 


(0) 


<D) 


CD) 




(D> 


1 3 


a>> 


CD) 


2 


6,492 


4,767 


2,779 


955 


1 ,824 


1,988 


457 


1,531 


1,725 


1,393 


'l,177 


16 


2,905 


( D> 


41 5 





41 5 


CD ) 




2 


( D> 


(0) 


69 


68 


C«) 


83 


CD) 


16 


5 


1 1 


(D) 


CD) 




4 


(D) 


23 


21 





3,504 


3,460 


2,347 


950 


1 ,398 


1,113 


CD) 




<D) 


44 


1 ,302 


1,286 


16 


1 ,863 


1,675 


1,398 


614 


783 


278 


CD) 




C D> 


188 


622 


6L/!> 


1 6 


416 


280 


234 





234 


1.6 







■.6 


1 36 


47 


46 


1 


52 


52 


51 


4 


46 


2 







2 


U 


63 


63 





1,394 


1 ,343 


1,113 


610 


502 


230 


CD) 




(0) 


51 


)1 <: 


496 


1 s 


1 1 ,252 


9,654 


(0 ) 


626 


(D) 


CD) 


CD) 




CD) 


1,598 


<D) 


CD) 


581 


1,573 


CD) 


126 


(D) 


CD) 


CD) 







( D) 


CO) 


57 


56 


C») 


204 


CD) 


54 


( D> 


CD) 


<D ) 


(D) 




42 


CD) 


24 


24 


C«) 


9,475 


9,083 


CD) 


561 


CD) 


CD) 


310 


(D) 


392 


CD) 


(D) 


581 



Balance at close FY 1979 



All industries _2 / 

Foreign parent group 3/ 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons ........... 



Petroleum 

foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons ......... 



Manufacturing .......... 

foreign parent group • 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Wholesale trade 

foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Other 

foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. per sons 



16,004 


1 3,083 


1 0,356 


1 ,972 


8,383 


2,727 


856 


1 ,871 


2,921 


6,130 


5,546 


585 


4,115 


1,600 


71 7 


(D) 


(D) 


884 


2 


882 


2,514 


1 4 7 


1 46 


1 


278 


259 


155 


( D) 


CD) 


104 


85 


19 


19 


89 


89 


C«) 


1 1 ,611 


11 ,224 


9, ".84 


1 ,900 


7,583 


1 ,71.0 


769 


971 


387 


5,894 


5,311 


584 


131 


CD) 


(0 ) 


5 


CD) 


CD) 


(D) 


1 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


1 


45 


CD ) 


CD) 





(D) 











CD) 





U 





4 


4 











4 


4 





( • ) 








" 


83 


<D> 


CD) 


5 


(D) 


<D> 


<D) 


1 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


1 


5,818 


4,341 


2,576 


873 


1,703 


1,765 


430 


1 ,336 


1,477 


1,274 


CD) 


l D) 


2,621 


(D) 


475 





475 


CD) 


2 


CD) 


CO) 


71 


70 


C«> 


53 


(D) 


16 


<D> 


<D> 


CD) 


24 


( D) 


CO) 


22 


22 





3,144 


3,103 


2,084 


CD) 


CD) 


1,019 


404 


61 5 


41 


1,1 82 


(D) 


<D) 


1,511 


1 ,353 


1,066 


( D) 


(D) 


287 


152 


i y> 


1 58 


501 


CD) 


CD) 


332 


216 


180 





180 


36 





36 


1 16 


44 


44 


1 


104 


104 


102 


(0) 


(0) 


3 





3 





53 


53 





1 ,074 


1,032 


784 


376 


408 


249 


152 


97 


42 


404 


CD) 


CD) 


8,544 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


(D) 


400 


CD) 


(D) 


CD) 


CO) 


1,117 


(D) 


CD) 


( D) 


(D) 


CD) 





CD) 


CD) 


32 


32 





1 18 


CD) 


37 


9 


28 


CD) 


58 


< D) 


CD) 


1 4 


14 


C«) 


7,309 


<0) 


CD) 


C D) 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


258 


CD) 


C 0) 


CD) 


CO) 



Change 



All industries 

foreign parent group J*J 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons ........... 



Pet roleum 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Manufacturing .......... 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Wholesale trade 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Othe r 

foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



3,762 


3,121 


2,475 


227 


2,248 


646 


144 


502 


04U 


2,034 


2,003 


31 


821 


295 


64 


CD) 




(D) 


230 







230 


527 


25 


25 


C •) 


65 


64 


-34 


CD) 




CO) 


99 




70 


28 


C •) 




21 


21 


C«) 


2,876 


2,763 


2,446- 


225 


2,220 


31 7 




73 


tut. 


1 1 3 


1,988 


1,957 


31 


28 


( D) 


CD) 




-1 


CD) 


CD) 


(D) 




CD) 


CD) 




CD) 


CD) 


1 


-2 


(0) 


CD) 




U 


CD) 


C») 







C •) 


CD) 













<») 


C») 


(• ) 


C*) 







C») 


CO 







C«) 













30 


CD) 


CD) 




-2 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 




CD) 


CD) 




CD) 


CD) 


1 


674 


426 


203 




92 


121 


223 




27 


1 96 


248 


1 1 9 


CD) 


CO) 


283 


CD) 


-60 







-60 


CD) 







C D) 


CD) 




-2 


-2 





30 


CD) 


C«) 


CD) 




CD) 


CD) 


CD) 




CD) 


CD) 




1 


1 





360 


357 


263 


CD) 




CD) 


94 


CD) 




CD) 




2 


120 


CD) 


CD) 


352 


322 


332 


CD) 




CD) 


-9 


CD) 




C D) 




29 


1 21 


CO) 


c 0) 


84 


64 


54 







54 


10 







10 




20 


3 


3 


C) 


-52 


-52 


-51 


( D) 




CD) 


-1 







- 1 







10 


10 





320 


310 


329 


235 


94 


-1 8 


CD) 




CD) 




9 


108 


CD) 


CD) 


2,708 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 




C D) 


CD) 


CD) 




CD) 


CD) 




CD) 


CO) 


CD) 


456 


CO) 


CD) 


CD) 




CD) 


CD) 







CD) 


CD) 




24 


24 


( •) 


66 


CD) 


1 7 


CD) 




CD) 


CD) 


CD) 




( D) 


( 0) 




1 


y 


( •) 


2,166 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 




CD) 


CD) 


CD) 




C D) 


( D) 




C D) 


CD) 


(u) 



59 



Table C-8.--E x t e rna I Financial Position of Affiliates That Have UBO's in Japan/ Selected Industry 

of Affiliate and Transactor by Account 



NONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



[Millions of dollars] 

External sources of funds 



Current liabilities and long-term debt 



Current liabilities 



To banks 



To 
nonbanx s 



Long-term debt 



To banks 



To 

nonbank s 



Owner s ' 

equi t y, 

excluding 

retained 

earnings \l 



Receivables and financial 
i nvestaents 



Current 
rece i i/- 

ao les 



Nonctr ren t 

r ec*i w- 

ab les and 

1 1 n*nc ia I 

i nvts t- 

• ent s 



(10) 



(.12) 



Balance at c I ose FY 1 530 



All industries^/ ........ 

Foreign parent group _5_ / 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons ........... 



Petroleum 

Foreign parent grcup . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Manufacturing .......... 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Wholesale trade ........ 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Other 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons ......... 



25^542 
5/730 
2/040 

1 7/772 

877 
(0) 
<D> 

559 

3/269 

1/042 

1 34 

2/092 

1 7,421 
3,602 
1 ,01 7 

12/802 

3/976 

(0) 

(D) 

2,319 



21 ,788 
2/706 
1/998 

1 7/084 

864 
( D ) 
(D) 

559 

2/085 

408 

11 9 

1 /558 

1 5/ 516 
1,737 

1,014 
12,765 

3.322 

(D) 
CD) 
2/202 



18/375 


10/057 


1, 714 


1 


1,808 


737 


1 4,853 


9/31 8 


853 


27 


(D ) 





(D) 





<D> 


27 


1,284 


4 57 


143 


1 


89 


< D) 


1/052 


(0) 


1 3/866 


8/570 


1/265 


1 


927 


203 


1 1 ,674 


8/367 


2, 372 


1 /002 


(D) 





CD) 


( D) 


(0) 


(D) 



8/318 
1.71 2 
1/071 
5/535 

827 
(0) 
<D> 
(D) 

826 

142 
<D) 

(D) 

5/295 

1/264 

724 

3/307 

1/370 

(D) 

< 0) 
(D) 



3/414 
992 
191 

2/230 

11 



802 

2 66 

30 

506 

1/651 

473 

88 

1 /090 

950 
<D) 

73 
(0 ) 



1/460 
(0) 
<D) 
1/310 





4 

156 



20 

1 36 

979 
(0) 
(0) 

896 

521 



47 

274 



1 /9 53 
(D) 
(D) 
920 



645 

266 

10 

370 

671 
(0) 
(0) 

194 

629 
(D) 

26 
(0) 



3/7 54 

3/025 

41 

688 

12 
12 



(•) 

1/183 

634 

15 

534 

1/904 

1/865 

2 

37 

654 

514 

24 

1 17 



12/1 52 


11,385 


3/269 


3,211 


1/030 


775 


7/853 


7,398 


772 


(0) 


(0) 


CD) 


CO) 


CO) 


CD) 


(0) 


736 


676 


40 


<0) 


79 


79 


617 


(0) 


8,724 


8,091 


2/025 


(0) 


843 


(0) 


5.856 


5,513 


1,919 


CO) 


(D) 


CD) 


(0) 


7 


(D) 


1,089 



767 
57 

255 
455 



60 



CD) 


CO) 

633 
CD) 
CO), 

343 

CO) 
<•) 
CD) 
CO) 



3a lance at c lose FY 1)79 



All industries _2/ 

Foreign parent group _3/ 
Other for ei in persons .. 
U.S. persons ........... 



Petroleum 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



Manufacturing 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



wholesale trade 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreiyn persons 
U.S. persons ......... 



Other 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



22/112 


19/030 


1 5/899 


9,138 


6,761 


3, 131 


1 ,458 


1 ,673 


3/082 


10,776 


9,990 


787 


4,773 


2/204 


1/ 373 


1 


1 ,373 


831 


(») 


830 


2,569 


2,218 


2,161 


57 


1 ,488 


1,448 


1/247 


369 


858 


201 


157 


44 


40 


1,218 


751 


467 


1 5,850 


15,378 


1 3/279 


8,748 


4,530 


2,099 


1,301 


799 


4 71 


7,340 


7/078 


262 


564 


554 


54 6 


1 1 


534 


8 


3 


5 


1 1 


41 9 


419 


<•) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D ) 





(0) 


5 





5 


11 


(0) 


CD) 





( D) 


(0) 


(0 ) 





<D) 














CD) 


CD) 





243 


243 


240 


11 


229 


3 


3 


<•) 


(*) 


CD) 


CD) 


<•> 


2/783 


1,851 


1,078 


429 


649 


772 


163 


609 


932 


615 


567 


47 


888 


332 


(0 ) 





(D) 


(D) 





( D) 


557 


22 


ZZ 


(•) 


74 


59 


(D) 


( 0) 


CD) 


(D) 


(0) 


CD) 


1 i 


61 


61 


C«> 


1 /820 


1 ,460 


93 5 


CD) 


CD) 


524 


CD) 


CD) 


30^ 


531 


484 


47 


1 5/753 


1 4 ,094 


1 2, 567 


8,224 


4,343 


1,527 


1,032 


495 


1,659 


8,207 


7,527 


680 


2/960 


1 ,366 


952 


1 


951 


41 4 


(«) 


414 


1,615 


1,518 


1,461 


57 


779 


777 


664 


1 51 


513 


113 


CD) 


C D) 


2 


1/079 


616 


4 63 


1 1 ,993 


1 1 ,951 


1 0,952 


8,072 


2,879 


999 


( D ) 


CD) 


43 


5/610 


5,450 


160 


3/012 


2,532 


1,708 


474 


1,234 


824 


260 


564 


480 


1,536 


1,476 


60 


<D> 


(D) 


(D) 





<D) 


(D) 





(D) 


387 


CD) 


(0) 


(*) 


( D) 


< D) 


<D) 


< D) 


<D> 


(D) 


55 


(D) 


23 


(0) 


CD) 


4 


1/794 


1 ,724 


1,152 


(D) 


(D) 


572 


20 5 


367 


69 


CD) 


(0) 


56 



Change 



All industries 

Foreign parent group kj 
Other foreign persons .. 
U.S. persons 



Petroleum 

Foreign parent grcup . 
Other foreign persons 
J . S . persons 



Manufacturing .......... 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons ......... 



Wholesale trade 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreiyn persons 
U.S. persons 



Other 

Foreign parent group . 
Other foreign persons 
U.S. persons 



3/431 


2/759 


2/476 


91 9 


1 /557 


283 


2 


281 


672 


1,375 


1,395 


-20 


9 57 


502 


340 


1 


340 


162 


<D) 


(D) 


455 


1,050 


1,050 


(•) 


552 


551 


56 1 


543 


213 


-10 


(D) 


(D) 


1 


-189 


24 


-2 13 


1/922 


1 ,706 


1/575 


570 


1/005 


1 5 1 


9 


122 


21 6 


513 


321 


193 


312 


31 1 


308 


16 


292 


3 


1 


2 


1 


354 


CO) 


CO) 


(0) 


< ) 


ID ) 





<D) 


ID) 





( D) 


1 


CD) 


CD) 





(D) 


(D) 


CD) 





CD) 














CD) 


CO) 


4 


316 


31 6 


(0) 


16 


CD) 


CD) 


1 


(D) 


(*) 


(0) 


CD) 


CO) 


466 


235 


206 


28 


1 77 


29 


-7 


36 


251 


121 


108 


13 


154 


77 


(D) 


1 


<D) 


<0> 





(D) 


77 


18 


CD) 


CD) 


60 


59 


(0) 


(D) 


CD) 


(D) 


(0) 


CO) 


(*) 


18 


18 


<•) 


272 


99 


117 


CD) 


CD) 


-18 


CD) 


CD) 


1 74 


So 


CD) 


CD) 


1 ,668 


1 ,423 


1/298 


346 


952 


124 


-53 


177 


245 


517 


564 


-47 


622 


372 


313 


( •) 


313 


59 


(D) 


10) 


250 


507 


CO) 


CD) 


237 


237 


263 


51 


21 1 


-26 


(D) 


CD) 


(*) 


-236 


CO) 


ID) 


809 


814 


72 3 


295 


428 


91 


CD) 


(0) 


-5 


246 


63 


183 


965 


790 


664 


528 


136 


126 


61 


66 


174 


383 


CD) 


CD) 


(D) 


(D) 


CD) 


J 


(D) 


<D> 





<D) 


126 


(0) 


(0) 


l«) 


< D) 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


-8 


CD) 


1 


CO) 


CO) 


CO) 


52 5 


478 


CD) 


( D) 


(D) 


ID) 


68 


( D) 


47 


<0) 


(0) 


CO) 



NONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table D-1 .--Proper t y/ Plant/ and Equipment of Affiliates* Industry of Affiliate by Type and vhere 

Carried in Balance Sheet 



CMillions of dollars] 



Property* plant, and equipment 



6ross 



Carried in 
proper t y. 

plant/ and 

equi ptient 

account 



Carr i ed 

els ewher e 

in balance 

sheet 



Net 



Carried in 
property/ 

plant/ and 
equ 1 pmen t 

account 37 



Carried 

e I sewher e 

in balance 

sheet 



Land 
( gros s 
net ) 



Mineral rights and 
plant and equipment 



C2) 

122/012 

<D) 
(D) 
2.014 
1/282 

38/095 
<D) 
(0) 

900 
CD) 
2/950 
(0) 

46/194 

4/251) 
(0) 
1/873 
(0) 

CD) 
(0) 
1/587 
1/1 57 
(D) 
662 

6/080 

4/900 

(0) 

CD) 

1/180 

(0) 

2/772 
675 
41 1 
4 70 

1/215 

(D) 
611 

(0) 

1.110 

10) 
633 

(0) 

3/166 
981 
789 

(0) 

(0) 

1,376 

CD) 
372 
406 

7,040 

2/078 

CD) 

1/845 

(D) 

CD) 

5/061 

(0) 

CD) 



C3) 
5,825 



(5) 


88/485 


i/770 


1/015 


1/785 


969 


27,126 


(D) 


CD) 


6 52 


CD) 


2/425 


CD) 


30/689 


2/746 


<0) 


CD) 


CD) 


(d; 


cd) 


1 /101 


782 


ID) 


466 


4/235 


3,342 


ID) 


CD) 


893 


CD) 


1,737 


426 


^bA 


277 


766 


(0) 


41 1 


(0) 


728 


(0) 


340 


<D) 


2/107 


654 


493 


(D) 


1 /041 


840 


201 


251 


245 


5,114 


1/654 


(D) 


1/343 


<0) 


(D) 


3/517 


<D) 


CO) 



(6) 
5,677 

5 

1 
4 




CD) 
CD) 



(7) 

12,563 

310 
(0) 

75 
(0) 

909 
CD) 
(D) 

7 

735 
30 
(0) 

1,985 

175 
22 
56 
97 

6U5 

258 

46 

(D) 

<D) 

1 9 

160 

1 1 4 

3v 

75 

46 

172 

7b 
24 
1 4 

10 
28 
96 

21 

45 
29 

3 7 4 
14 
27 

271 
28 
26 

393 

90 

(0) 

(0 ) 

1* 

11 

579 

130 

71 

194 

128 

5 2 

293 
151 

142 



(8) 

115,274 

4,629 
CD) 
1/943 
CD) 

37/263 
CD) 

(D) 

91 1 
(0) 
2/923 
ID) 

44/706 

4/087 

476 

1 .818 

1/793 

17/723 

10/965 
1 ,544 

CD) 
CD) 
64 3 

5,962 
4/828 
1,633 
3/194 
1,134 

6/375 

2/696 

651 

3V6 
461 

1/18? 

3/679 
591 

2/007 

1 /081 

10,559 
618 
200 

2,896 
954 
771 

2/743 

1 ,621 

<D) 

CD) 
359 
396 

6,636 
1/949 
1 /329 
1/674 
1/037 
647 

4,909 
2,812 
2/097 



(9) 

81,599 

3,465 

<D) 

1,7)5 

(D) 

26,287 

CD) 
CD) 

659 
CD) 
2/397 

co) 

29/155 

2/583 
31 9 
CD) 
(D) 

1 1/676 
7,155 

1,057 
CD) 

CO) 
4 4 7 

4,108 
3,261 
1,132 
2/128 
847 

4/077 

1 /661 
402 
254 
267 
71& 

2,416 
390 

1,327 
098 

6,711 
325 
141 

1/837 
627 
472 

1/881 
955 

CO) 

CD) 
238 
235 

4,688 
1/523 

893 
1,169 

65? 

445 

3/346 
1/932 
1/413 



All industries 



Mining ••••••••••••••••..••••.•• 

Metal mining • ............... . 

Coal 

Nonmetallic minerals. ex. fuels 

Petroleum ...................... 

Oil & gas extraction ......... 

Crude pet. Cno refin.) S gas 
Oil & gas field services ... 

PetroleuB & coal products mfg. 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 

Other 



Man ufa ctur ing 



Food & kindred products ...... 

Grain mill & bakery products 
Beverages ....•••.....•.•... 

Other 

Chemicals & allied products .. 
Ind us trial chemicals ....... 

Drugs •....••.•••.••••••..•• 

Soap/ cleaners/ s toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 

Other 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 

Primary metal industries ... 

Ferrous .................. 

Nonferrous .._.•••..••.••• 

Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery .................... 

Machinery/ except electrical 

Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Office & computing mach. . 

Other ............ 

Electric & electronic equip. 

Radio, TV, & coram, equip. 

Electronic components .... 

Other 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products & apparel . 

Lumber & furniture .......•• 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber & plastics products . 

Stone, clay & glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 
Motor vehic les & equipment 
Other 

Instruments & related prods. 

Other .. . 



wholesale trade ................ 

Motor vehicles 8 equipment ... 
Metals & minerals ..••••...... 

Other durable goods .......... 

Farm-product raw materials ... 
Other nondurable goods ....... 



Retail trade ................... 

Food strs./eat. & drink. places 
Retail trade/ nee ............ 



1 27/838 

4,939 
1 ,640 
2,018 
1,282 

38,172 

2,368 
1,449 
918 
CO) 
2/954 
CO) 

46,691 

4,262 

498 

1.8 74 

1/890 

18/327 
11/223 

1 /590 

1,1 57 

3,695 

662 

6,122 

4,942 
1/672 
3/269 
1/180 

6/547 

2/772 

675 

41 1 

471 

1/215 

3.775 

611 

2/053 

1,110 

1 1,433 

633 

227 

3,167 

981 

798 

3,135 

1 ,711 

1,376 

336 

373 

408 

7,215 

2,079 
1,400 
1/868 
1,165 
703 

5.202 
2.963 
2.238 



CD) 

CD) 



CO) 
CD) 



CO) 
CD) 



4 



497 
12 

1 



CD) 
CO) 



42 
41 



(0) 
(0) 



CD) 
CO 



c«o 

co 

( D) 
CO 
( D) 



(0) 

(0) 

C) 

CD) 
CD) 



1 

2 

175 
1 
CD) 

24 
CO) 
CD) 

141 
CD) 

CD) 



94.1 62 

3,775 

1,017 

1,790 

969 

27,197 
1,844 
1,1 78 
666 
CD) 
2/42? 
CO) 

31/140 

2,757 

340 
CD) 
CD) 

12,281 
7,413 
1,103 

782 
2,517 

466 

4,268 
3/375 
1/171 
2/203 
893 

4,249 

1,737 
426 
268 
277 
766 

2,512 
41 1 

1,373 
728 

7,585 

340 

168 

2,1 08 

654 

499 

2,273 

1,045 

840 

205 

252 

24? 

5.267 

1,654 
964 

1,362 
785 
502 

3/639 
2/083 
1 ,5 55 



451 

1 1 



CD) 
CD) 



54 
33 



CD) 

(0) 



CD) 
<») 



C •) 
CO 

CD) 
CO 
<0) 



4 


4 
1 
1 

153 

CO) 

19 
CD) 
(D) 

122 
CD) 
CO) 



Finance, except banking 
Insurance .............. 

Real estate ............ 



Other industries ..•••*......... 

Agriculture •••••....••....... 

Forestry & fishing •••••..•••• 

Construction 

Transportation ............... 

Communication & pub. utilities 
Services ..................... 

Hotels & oth. lodging places 
Business services ........•• 

Motion pictures & TV tape .. 
Engineering & architecture « 
Other ....... ......... 



585 



1 ,1 75 



7,056 
1,260 
86 
1,006 
1,716 

155 
2,834 
1/158 

917 
60 

102 

597 



550 
63 5 

13,013 

CO) 

1,240 

CD) 

CD) 

1,712 

155 
2,825 
1,1 52 

916 
60 

101 

5 96 



34 

5*0 

3,789 

(0) 



391 



2 



<D ) 
CD) 





957 


6 


,064 


5 


,732 


1 


,111 




84 




874 


1 


,288 




125 


2 


/2 50 




985 




712 




33 




76 




443 



35? 



12,283 

5,168 
CO) 
(D ) 
CO) 
1,285 

125 
2,242 

979 

711 
33 
75 

442 



34 

495 

3,781 

564 
CO) 
CD) 
CD) 

3 


8 
6 

CO 



CO 

1 



6,60? 

1,651 

679 

60 

592 

97 

1 

^^ 

168 

1 V 

1 

6 

28 



539 

99<- 

10,195 

5/405 

581 

26 

414 

1/61 9 

1 53 

2,611 

990 

898 

59 

95 

56V 



3*5 



9,457 

4,081 

432 
25 

282 
1/191 

124 
2/027 

818 

6V3 
33 

6» 

-l 5 



M 



MON£ANjc U.S. *ff Ultl£: 



Table D-2.--Pro per t y * Plant* and Equipment of Affiliates* Country and Industry of UBO 

Where Carried in Balance Sheet 

[Millions of dollars] 



b/ Type and 



Property/ plant* and equipment 
Gross Net 



Carried in 
proper t y , 

plant* and 

equ i pmen t 

ace oun t 



Carried 

e I sewher e 

in balance 

s hee t 



Total 2/ 



Carried in 
property* 

plant* and 
equ i pmen t 

account 3/ 



Carried 

elsewhere 

in balance 

sheet 



Land 

(gross 
net* 



Mineral rights and 
plant and equipment 



(5) 



(?) 
12*563 



<8* 

115*274 



<9> 
81*599 



All countries* all industries 



By country 



122*012 



88*485 



5*677 



Canada 23,141 19,653 3,488 17,912 14,480 3*433 3*854 19*287 14*058 

Europe 90*283 88*711 1*571 64*683 63*176 1*507 6.000 84*283 58*683 

European Communities <9) 81*658 80*189 1*469 58*639 57*230 1*409 5*074 76*58* 53*565 

Belgium 2*431 ID) (D) 1*654 (D* <D) 169 2*262 1*485 

Denmark ..... 229 226 3 (0) 164 (0) (0) <fi* CO* 

France 9,936 9*369 567 6*992 6*438 554 979 8*957 6*014 

Germany 14*605 14*296 309 10*703 10*433 270 1*088 13*518 9*616 

Ireland 367 367 (0) (D) <D) <D* <0* 

Italy 802 (D) (D) 599 (D) (0) 182 620 417 

Luxembourg JL9J 292 ( »J 248 248 < •) 65 227 183 

Netherlands 28*376 28,077 298 20*253 19*957 295 1*235 27*141 19*018 

United Kingdom 24,619 24,389. 230 17,779 17*552 227 1*315 23*304 16*464 

Other Europe 8*625 8*522 102 6*044 5,946 98 926 7*699 5,118 

Austria 113 111 2 99 97 2 22 91 77 

Finland 160 160 <*) 147 147 <•) 4 156 143 

Liechtenstein 193 191 1 169 167 1 63 130 105 

Norway 143 (D) <D) 120 <D) (D) 22 121 98 

Spain 60 58 2 56 5* 2 35 26 21 

Sueden 1,132 1*123 10 770 760 10 49 1*083 721 

Switzerland 6,677 6,645 33 4,556 4*528 29 689 5*988 3*867 

Other 146 (D) (0) 128 (0) <D> 42 104 85 

Japan 5*287 5»03O 257 4*077 3*830 247 510 4*777 3*567 

Australia* N.Zealand* S S.Africa 1*268 (0) (D) 815 <D) <D) 73 1*195 743 

Latin America 4.094 3*848 247 3*326 3*098 228 903 3*191 2,423 

South 8 Central America 1*808 1*679 130 1.527 1,398 129 509 1,300 1*018 

Argentina 81 71 10 68 58 10 35 *5 53 

Brazil 19 14 6 18 13 6 13 6 5 

Mexico 3B5 362 23 349 326 23 168 216 181 

Panama 767 (D) (D> 578 <D) <D) 33 734 545 

Venezuela 327 287 40 305 264 40 132 195 173 

Other 230 (D) (0) 209 (0) <D) 127 103 82 

Other Western Hemisphere 2*286 2*169 117 1,799 1*700 99 394 1.892 1*405 

Bahamas 430 (D) (D) 308 (0) (OJ 59 372 250 

Bermuda 263 263 <D) (D) <D> IDJ 162 

Netherlands Antilles 1*499 1*477 22 <D> <D) 22 <0) <DJ 971 

U.K. Islands* Caribbean 88 (D) (0) 85 ID) <D) 64 24 21 

Cther 5 5 3 5 15 2 

Middle East 2*045 1,895 150 1*888 1,738 150 729 1.317 1.159 

Israel 91 <D) (0) 60 ID) <D) 18 74 42 

Other 1.954 <D) ID) 1.828 <D) (0) 711 1.2*3 1.117 

Kuwait 580 570 11 538 528 11 177 404 362 

Lebanon 236 169 67 208 141 66 79 156 128 

Saudi Arabia 900 847 53 852 799 53 351 550 501 

United Arab Emirates 106 102 4 102 98 4 28 78 74 

Other 131 <D) (D) 129 (0) (D) 76 55 52 

Other Africa. Asia. S Pacific .. 1.173 1.122 51 1.023 972 51 404 769 619 

Other Africa 56 (D) ID) 53 (D) (0) 16 40 36 

Other Asia 8 Pacific 1.117 (0) (D) 971 (D) (D) 388 729 583 

Hong Ko-ig 830 (D> (D) 703 (D) (D) 269 561 434 

Philippines 122 <D) (D) 115 (D) <D) 60 62 55 

South Korea 58 58 50 50 11 46 33 

Cther 108 99 9 103 94 9 48 60 55 

United States 547 <D) <D) 437 ID) (D) 91 455 346 

Addendum--0=EC 2.075 1.950 125 1.953 1.828 125 782 1.293 1.170 

By industry 

Government 3*476 <D) (D) 2*667 (D) (D) 342 3,134 2,326 

Individuals, estates, 8 trusts . 19*076 17.513 1,563 15,587 14,081 1,506 4,636 14,440 10,952 

Petroleum 38,419 38,343 76 27,616 27,545 71 934 37**85 26*681 

Agriculture 302 302 2 52 2 52 93 209 159 

Mining 2,961 2*959 2 2,021 2,020 1 84 2*877 1*937 

Construction 961 <D) ID) 836 <D) <D) 526 435 310 

Manufacturing 36*237 36*142 95 24*185 24.102 82 1.282 3*. 956 22*903 

Transp.* comm., 8 pub. utilities 1,871 1,832 39 1,393 1,356 37 112 1,759 1.281 

Wholesale and retail trade 4,006 3,851 155 2,932 2*788 145 273 3,734 2,660 

Banking 249 <D) ID) 211 (0) (D) 71 178 140 

Holding companies 11,070 10,637 433 8,011 7,58 5 *26 1**5* 9.616 6,557 

Other finance and insurance 2,192 1,597 595 1,780 1,230 550 352 1,840 1,427 

Real estate 6,459 4.086 2,373 6,234 3,863 2,370 2,355 4,105 3,879 

Services 557 544 13 436 423 13 50 508 386 



I..' 



NONBANK U.S. Affl L I*r£S 



Table D-3. --Pro pert/.* Plant* and Equipment of Affiliates* Country of Foreign Parent by Type and 

Wh«re Carried in Balance Sheet 









[Mill 


ions of dollars) 














Property, plant, 


and equip me nt 




Land 
C gross = 
net) 


Mineral ri 
plant and < 


jh t s and 




Gross 




Net 






Gross 


Net 




Total _W 


Car r i ed in 
pr opert y, 

plant, and 

equi paent 

ac coun t 


Carried 

e Is euher e 

in balance 

sheet 


Total 2/ 


Carried in 
property, 

plant, and 
equi pmen t 

account 3_/ 


Carried 

elsewhere 

in balance 

s hee t 




<1 ) 


(2) 


<3> 


(4) 


(5) 


16) 


C7) 


C8) 


C9) 




127,838 
19,181 

88,864 

81,712 

2,276 

223 

5,887 

12,718 
359 
157 
271 

45,342 

14,481 

7,151 

86 

63 

226 

141 

5 

1,096 

5,471 

61 

5,248 

266 

1 3,431 

1,494 

9 

8 

187 

1,164 

71 

54 

11,938 

322 

1 ,363 

9,001 

1,239 

12 

17? 
57 
320 
24 3 
2 
(0) 
CD) 
<D) 

471 

102 

369 

273 

17 

52 

27 

392 


122,012 

1 7,140 

86,129 

79,087 

2,274 

220 

CD) 

CD) 

359 

155 

270 

43,687 

14,251 

7,042 
86 
63 

CD) 

CO) 

5 

1,089 

5,426 
61 

5,005 

(0) 

1 2,726 

1,406 

2 

5 

1 78 

1,106 

69 

46 

1 1,320 
<D> 
(0) 

8,539 

1,099 

12 

358 
CD) 
<D> 
(0) 

2 
30 
(0) 
32 

(0) 
CD) 

335 
CD) 
(0) 

52 

24 

374 


5,825 
2,041 
2,734 

2,625 
2 
3 

(0) 

(0) 



1 

<•) 

1,655 
230 

110 


CO) 
CD) 


10 
45 
<*) 

243 

ID) 

706 

H8 
7 
2 
9 

59 
3 
8 

618 

(D) 

CD) 
463 
140 


19 
(0) 
(0) 
(D) 


CD) 

2 
(0) 

(D) 

CD) 

33 

(D) 

(D) 


2 

19 


94,162 

14,677 

63,421 

58,687 

1,514 

161 

3,958 

9,304 

235 

111 

201 

33,132 

10,069 

4,734 

73 

52 

1 99 

118 

3 

742 

3,499 

46 

4,049 

207 

11 ,092 

1,21 7 

9 

7 

168 

92 7 

56 

50 

9,874 

237 

1,129 

7,526 

973 

9 

324 
32 

292 

219 

2 

(D) 

<D) 

35 

392 
89 
303 
219 
17 
43 
24 

348 


88,485 
12,689 
60,748 

56,119 

1 ,51 3 
159 

(D) 

(D) 

235 

110 

201 

31,482 

9,845 

4,629 
73 
52 
(D) 
CD) 

3 

733 

3,458 

46 

3,815 

CD) 

10,404 

1,130 

2 

5 

159 

8a9 
53 
42 

9,275 

<D) 
<D) 
7,064 
851 
9 

305 
(D) 
CD) 
(0) 

2 

(D) 
<D) 
31 

CD) 

(D) 
270 

(D) 

(D) 
43 
21 

529 


5,677 
1,988 
2,672 

2,568 
2 
2 

(0) 

(D) 


1 

<») 

1,651 
224 

105 


(D) 
(D) 


10 
41 
<«) 

^34 

CD) 

687 

88 
7 
2 
9 

59 
3 
8 

600 

CD) 

CD) 
463 
122 


1 9 
CD) 
(D) 
CD) 


C«) 

2 

4 

CD) 

CD) 
33 

CD) 

CD) 


2 

1 9 


12,563 

2,662 

6,142 

5,607 

85 

8 

674 

982 

30 

10 

38 

2,663 

1,118 

53 5 
4 
3 

1 14 
CD) 
C») 
46 

339 
CD) 

490 

32 

2,996 

405 

8 

5 

71 

257 

34 

il 

2,590 
CD) 

103 
2,072 

370 
CD) 

78 
CD) 
CD) 
45 
2 
1 
CD) 
CD) 

164 

32 

131 

102 

<D) 

9 
CD) 

Tub 


1 15,274 

16, 519 

82,722 

76,105 

2,191 

215 

5,213 

1 1,736 

32 8 

14 t 

233 
42,679 
13,363 

6,61 7 

82 

60 

1 1 1 

CD) 

5 
1,052 
5,132 
CD) 

4,758 

^'34 

10,436 

1 ,089 
2 
3 

1 16 

V08 
J8 

23 

9,347 
CD) 
1,260 
6,929 
869 
CD) 

299 
CD) 
CD) 

198 
I*) 
CD) 
CD) 
16 

iu7 

7 

257 

1 71 

CD) 

43 
CD) 

ebb 


81 , 599 




12,01 5 




57,279 




53,080 
1,429 




153 




3,284 




&,i22 




205 




102 




1 64 




30,469 




8,952 




4,199 




69 




49 




85 




CD) 




3 




696 




3, 1 60 




CD ) 




3,559 


Australia, N.Zealand, & S.Africa 


175 

8,096 




812 
2 




2 




97 




670 




22 




1 9 


Other Western Hemisphere ..... 


7,284 
CD) 






U.K. Islands, Caribbean .... 


5,454 
603 








CD ) 








1 74 




(O 








5 

CD) 


Other Africa, Asia, & Pacific .. 


229 
57 




172 




1 1 7 








35 




CD) 




242 







CI 



HQHBAMK U.S. Affll_IAT£S 



Table D-4„--Gross Book value of 



Property* Plant* and Equipment of 
by Country of UBO 



Affiliates* Industry of Affiliate 



[Millions of dot larsJ 





All c oun- 
t r ies 

(1 ) 


Canada 


Europe 


Japan 


Aus t ra- 
lia. 
New Zea- 
land, 

and 

South 

Af r i ca 


Latin 
Afler i ca 


Middle 

East 


Other 

Africa, 

Asia, 

and 
Paci fie 


United 
States 


Adden- 




Tota I 







which — 






OPEC 




France 


Germany 


Nether- 
l ands 


Uni ted 
Kingdom 


S w i tier- 
land 






(2J 


(3) 


(4J 


(5J 


(6J 


(7) 


(8J 


(9J 


(10) 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) 




127,838 

4 - 9 ? 9 

38,172 

46,691 

4,262 

18,327 

1 1 ,223 

1 -590 

1-157 

3-695 

662 

6,122 
4-942 
1,180 

6-547 
2,772 
3-775 

1 1 -433 

633 

227 

3-167 

981 

798 

3-135 

1,711 

373 

408 

7,215 
2,079 
1,400 
1 ,868 
1-165 
703 

5,202 
2,963 
2,238 

585 

1 -1 75 

16-802 

7-056 
1 ,260 
86 
1 ,006 
1,716 
1 55 
2,834 


23-141 

2-674 

3-1B6 

7,240 

1 ,744 

330 
(0J 


<D) 
(0) 
(OJ 

1,202 

1 ,042 

160 

1,331 

(DJ 

(D) 

2,634 

84 

S8 
(0J 
544 

67 
1,115 

1 7 
(0J 
(0) 

499 


( 0J 
286 

1 
( 0J 

531 

529 

52 

134 

538 
6,296 

2,054 

1 1 1 

9 

21 1 

1 ,332 
1 14 
277 


90,283 

1,929 

34,026 

35,1 10 

2,168 

1 7,562 
11,011 

1,369 

1,1 27 

(DJ 

(D) 

3,823 

2,952 

671 

3,861 
1,974 
1,887 

7,696 

423 

84 

2,005 
292 
641 

1,967 

1,684 
287 
312 

4,588 

1,677 

5 36 

875 

1,040 

460 

4,207 
2,370 
1,838 

125 

499 
6,3 50 

3,449 

756 

61 

747 

(0) 

(D) 

1,634 


9, .93 6 

341 

(0J 

5,329 

56 

1,129 
528 
(0) 
(O 
(0J 
(0J 

978 
964 

1 4 

9 8 

60 
37 

3,068 
2 

(0J 

(0) 

1 

(0) 

(0) 

(0) 
20 
105 

1,459 

(0) 

(0J 

34 
<0> 

20 

(0J 

(0) 
10 

(0) 

2 

333 

1,240 
53 
(0) 
(0) 

6 
(0) 

74 1 


1 4 , 60 5 

140 
L6? 

10,4 64 

45 

7,430 
3,890 
39 
(0) 
(0J 
(0) 

547 
210 
337 

827 
457 
370 

1,61 5 
61 
62 

(OJ 
144 
231 
321 
581 
145 

(D) 

1,137 

(0) 
90 
250 
2 
(0J 

1 ,107 

(0J 

(DJ 

3 

78 

1 ,055 

455 

240 

20 

155 

9 



30 


28,376 
(0J 
CD_> 
3,598 

62 

2,077 
(0J 

(D) 
(0J 


(0J 

(0) 
(DJ 

3 

992 
(0J 
(0) 

(0J 

2 


(DJ 
106 
3 
2 

<D> 

1 

1 71 

2 

(D> 

1 1 

1 

(0J 

365 
(0J 
(D) 

2 

100 

(0J 

416 
27 

72 
(0) 
(D) 
(0J 


24,619 

104 

(DJ 

8,362 

1,104 

4,165 
3,788 
(OJ 
137 
2 
(OJ 

487 

65 
422 

921 
629 
293 

1 ,685 

280 



(0J 

84 

223 

21 4 

2 

48 

(DJ 

799 

1 45 
ZZ9 
247 

9 

168 

(DJ 
(OJ 

(0) 

1,2 

267 

1,731 

547 

1 19 

9 

65 
(0J 
(D) 
290 


6,677 

(0) 

68 
4,631 

(0J 

2,171 
(DJ 
(DJ 
77 
1 
(DJ 

(DJ 

(0J 
67 

279 
(D) 

ID) 

4 53 
43 

(*J 

(OJ 

(DJ 

(DJ 

(D) 

(0J 
26 
15 

456 
(«J 

2 
(DJ 
(DJ 
19 

1 01 

(0) 

(0) 

".3 

<D) 

826 

357 
200 
3 
C0J 
(OJ 


65 


5,287 
(»J 

10 
2,424 

199 

ZZZ 
(OJ 
(0J 

2 
(OJ 

1 

(OJ 

(D) 
(D) 

393 

249 
143 

(0J 

96 
(0) 
(DJ 
(OJ 

77 
(0) 
(0J 

52 
2 

1,420 
390 
221 
626 
121 
62 

78 
(OJ 
(0J 

(DJ 

(OJ 

4 70 

(DJ 
19 

(OJ 

66 
(OJ 
4 60 


1,268 
(0) 
(OJ 
243 

3 

(DJ 




(0J 




57 
(DJ 
(DJ 

(0) 
(0) 



(DJ 


(0) 


(OJ 
(OJ 
(DJ 




(D) 

(OJ 

4 

(OJ 
20 

2 

54 


54 

(•J 
(•J 

33 

39 

(OJ 


2 

(DJ 



(D) 


4,094 

2 

724 

1,3 7* 

<0J 
(OJ 

(»J 

(OJ 
2 

4 



(OJ 
(0) 

(OJ 

(DJ 
(0) 
(0) 

73 
(OJ 




1 

3 



1 

(D) 

65 

3 

(DJ 

16 

3 

(OJ 

252 



252 

1 

(DJ 

1 ,2 52 

(OJ 
190 
1 

3 
(DJ 


1 57 


2,045 

(DJ 

(OJ 

1 54 
(0) 

(DJ 




(0) 




53 
(OJ 
(OJ 

(OJ 
(0) 



(OJ 


(OJ 



(•J 







(•J 

(OJ 

1 

(S) 

(OJ 



(•J 





(DJ 



1,495 

266 
34 
(DJ 
(OJ 

2 



199 


1,173 

2 
3 
(0) 
45 

(0) 



(0) 




1 



1 

2 
<») 

2 

5 
(») 

1 



(0) 


(DJ 




44 
4 
(*) 
<0) 
(*) 
(0) 

29 
(DJ 
(OJ 

3 

(») 

813 

(0) 
(0) 
(0) 

3 
(0) 


69 


547 
(0) 

142 
(OJ 










(*) 



(») 

1 
(*) 

1 

(OJ 
(0) 



(0) 

3 
2 

(0) 



(0) 



1 


(OJ 

1 



1 

(•) 

(DJ 

94 

40 
(0) 




1 


(DJ 


2,075 













Chemicals & allied products .. 


CD) 

2 




Soap, cleaners, & toiletries 


2 
G 



Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 


CO) 

(*) 

(0) 


Machinery, except electrical 
Electric & electronic equip. 


4 


2 


Textile products & apparel . 






Paper ■. allied products .... 

Rubber & plastics products . 
Stone, clay & glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments S related prods. 



(•) 

2 



a 







CO) 


lotor vehicles & equipment ... 








CD) 


Farm-product raw materials ... 




(») 




Food strs.,eat. & drink. places 








OJ) 






1,569 




269 




56 




CD) 




IB) 




1 


Communication & pub. utilities 



188 







64 



NONdANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table D-5.--Net Book Value of Property* Plant* and Equipment of Affiliates* Industry of Affiliate 

by Coun try of UBO 

CMillions of dollars!) 



Al I coun- 
tries 



Europe 

Of wh i c h- 



Ge rmany 



Nether- 
lands 



United 
Kingdom 



Switzer- 
land 



J d|idn 



Austra- 
lia* 

New Zea- 
land * 

and 

South 

Africa 



La t in 
Alter i ca 



Middle 
£as t 



Other 
A f r i ca* 

Asia* 

and 

Pacific 



Un i t ea 
States 



Add en- 
dum- - 
OPEC 



(1 ) 



(2 J 



13) 



(4 ) 

6, .992 
292 

<D> 

3*292 
48 

781 

368 
5 

(•) 
CD) 

(D) 

578 

566 

11 

69 
CD) 

(0) 

1*81 7 
2 

1 

CD) 

<• ) 
<D> 

685 
CD) 

( D > 
60 

1.134 

(D) 

7 
25 
CD) 

14 

(0) 
(D) 

6 

(0) 

1 

31 5 

1*039 
49 
(D) 
CD) 

4 
CD) 
565 



<5) 

10,703 

CD) 

126 

7*371 

36 

5*165 
2*709 
31 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

410 
1 59 
251 

549 
291 

258 

1.21 1 
41 
48 
CD) 
(0) 

159 

(D) 

41 7 

100 

29 

845 

CD) 

71 

186 

1 

<D) 

798 
CD) 

CD) 

3 

63 



586 

227 

20 

107 

6 



26 



(6) 

20*253 

<D) 

(0) 

2,21 1 

50 

1.257 
CD) 
(0) 
CD) 


CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

1 

569 
<D> 

CD) 



(7) 

17.779 

63 

(0) 

5.502 

831 

2,740 
2.475 

CD) 
102 
1 
CD) 

370 

43 

327 

547 
372 

1 7t, 

1.013 

1 18 



CD) 

57 

120 

159 

2 

28 

CD) 

596 

125 

181 

181 

7 

102 

CD) 
CD) 
CO) 

33 

185 

1,633 

403 
1 01 
8 
CD) 

28 
CD) 
200 



<8) 

4,556 

<D) 

56 

2.902 

<D) 

1,411 
(D) 
CD) 
49 
1 
CO) 

CD) 
CO) 
44 

1 96 
CO) 

CD) 

279 
19 

l») 

CD) 

<D) 

(0) 

CO) 

CD) 
21 
10 

281 
CO 

1 
CD) 
CD) 

15 

107 
CO) 
CD) 

1 9 

37 

788 

CO) 
1 77 
3 

20 
CO) 


47 



<9) 

4,077 

C •) 

7 

1 ,822 
145 



CIO) 

815 
CO) 
CO) 

1 80 
2 

5 



o 

5 



1) 



CD) 
CD) 

24 
24 



1 04 

5 


CO) 

3 

26 





CO) 

ID) 



C1 1 ) 
3,326 
2 
521 

1.041 
<D) 

CO) 

I • ) 

(D) 

CO) 

2 




(0) 

CD ) 

(D) 
<D) 
<D) 



C12) 
1.888 
(0) 
CO) 

1 10 
CD) 

4 

a 






CO) 
(0) 
CO) 

(0) 
CD) 



C 13) 

1.023 
2 
3 

(0) 
36 

CO) 

u 




C 14) 

437 
(D) 

101 
CO) 



C1 S) 
1.953 

CD) 

64 
(0) 

1 


o 
1 




CD) 

CO 

CD) 

3 

3 
L 

1 
U 


C« ) 

1 

u 

u 



CD) 
(•) 



All industries 
Mining .............. 

Petroleum ........... 



Manufacturing ............ 

Food & kindred products 



Chemicals & allied products •• 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs .................. . 

Soap, cleaners. & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 
Other 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery .................... 

Machinery, except electrical 
Electric & electronic equip. 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products & apparel . 

Lumber & furniture .... . 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber & plastics products . 
Stone, clay & glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments & related prods. 
Other 



Wholesale trade ............. 

lotor vehicles & equipment 
Metals & minerals ......... 

Other durable goods •••.... 

Farm-product raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade ................... 

Food strs..eat. & drink. places 
Retail trade, nee ............ 



Finance, except banking 
Insurance .............. 



Real estate 



Other industries ..... 

Agriculture ........ 

Forestry £ fishing . 
Construction ....... 

Transportation ..... 

Communication & pub. 
Services ........... 



utilities 



94,162 

3.775 

27.197 

31.140 

2.757 

12.281 

7.413 

1.103 

782 

2.517 

466 

4.26S 

3.375 

893 

4.249 
1.737 
2.512 

7,585 
340 
1 68 

2,108 
654 
499 

2,273 

1,045 
252 
247 

5.267 

1 .654 

964 

1 .362 

785 

502 

3.639 
2.083 
1 .555 

391 

957 

16,064 

5,732 

1*111 
84 

874 
1 ,288 

1 25 
2.250 



1 7.912 

1.827 

2.420 

4,660 

974 

179 
CO) 


4 
CD) 



836 
682 
124 

884 
CD) 

( 0) 

1,817 

55 

73 

CO) 

31 7 

33 

838 

13 

< D) 



329 


C D) 
235 

1 
< D) 

43S 

390 

45 

65 

454 

6,082 

1 ,640 

93 

9 

199 

1 ,019 

98 

223 



24*089 



1,524 

11,7 79 
7.253 

CD) 

760 
CD) 

459 

2.595 

1.938 

657 

2.369 
1,213 
1,1 56 

4,940 

204 

61 

1,271 
218 
393 

1,394 

1,024 
1 94 
1 81 

3,4 09 

1,352 

41 7 

631 
684 
325 

2,904 
1*636 
1,268 

77 

375 

6,034 

2.837 

690 
59 

635 
CD) 
CO) 
1,277 



CD) 





1 



CD) 

65 

2 

2 

5 

CO 

137 

2 
CD) 

7 
CO 

CD) 

282 
CD) 

(0) 



i 
85 

CD) 

353 
25 


CO) 
CD) 

1 
CO) 



CD) 

CO) 



29 
2 



CD) 
CD) 

CO) 

(D) 

1 54 
CO) 

CD) 

64 
CO) 
CD) 
(0) 



65 
15 



CD) 
<D> 



1.071 

293 

170 

462 

99 



65 
CD) 
CD) 

CO ) 

(0) 

459 

CO) 
17 

CD) 

41 
CD) 
359 



14 

2 



(0) 

<*) 
co 

30 

35 
CO) 


2 



12 
1 



171 



171 

(») 

< D) 

1.182 

CD) 

172 

1 

2 

CO) 



124 



CD) 
CD) 
< •) 



CD) 
CO 

4 
CD) 


( ») 





(D) 



1.441 

238 
33 

CO) 
CD) 

1 

(J 

176 



CD) 



ID) 



CD) 




4U 

4 
CO 
CD) 

C •) 

I D) 

CD) 

co) 

1 3 
3 
CO 
743 

164 

1 0) 
<0) 

2 
CO) 


60 



c • ) 

c • ) 

CO 
CO 
C») 

CO) 

c b) 



( b> 
I D ) 



CD) 

C *) 
CD) 



i • ) 
I D) 



93 

30 
) 



1 

J 



1, 51 4 

2*1 

52 
CD ) 
CD) 
CO 


167 



65 



NOABANIS U.S. AFflmTES 



Table D-6. — Gross Book value of Land Owned by Affiliates* Industry of Affiliate by Country of U£)0 

CMillions of dollars] 



All coun- 
tries 



Canada 



Europe 



Of which — 



France Germany 



Nether- 
lands 



Un i ted 
K i ngdom 



Switzer- 
land 



Aus t ra- 
ti a * 
New Zea- 
land* 

and 

South 

Africa 



Lalin 
Aaer i ca 



(fiddle 
Eas t 



Other 

Africa* 

Asia* 

and 

Patifi c 



Un i tea 
St ates 



Adoen- 
du»-- 
0»EC 



o 5J 

782 

G 



<1) 

12*563 

31D 

909 

1,985 

175 

605 
258 

46 
(D) 
<D) 

19 



(2) 

3,854 

230 

104 

446 

44 



(3) 
6*000 

68 

794 

1.387 

85 

589 
254 

42 
(D) 
(0) 

18 



<4) 

979 

1 

(ft) 

307 

4 

(D) 

7 
1 





(5) 
1*088 
(D) 
(D) 

39 5 

3 

268 
98 

2 
(D) 
(0) 
(D) 



<6) 
1*235 
(D) 
CD) 
75 
4 

35 



(7) 

1*315 

5 

(03 

396 

46 

1 1 7 

106 

2 

5 





(8) 

689 

(0) 

(D) 

133 

28 

55 
(D) 
(0) 

3 
<•) 
(•) 



(9) 

510 
(*) 
(») 
62 
10 



110) 

73 
(D) 



1 4 
CO 

<•) 



(11) 

903 

CD,) 

54 

(D) 

2 

2 






(12) 
729 
3 

14 
(0) 
(•) 



(13) 

404 
(») 


(0) 
(D) 

(») 



<1 4) 

91 
(0) 

<tJ) 

CO) 




I) 






All industries 



Mining ................... 

Pet role un ................ 

Man u f a ct ur in g ............ 

Food & kindred products 



Chemicals & allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs ...................... 

Soap* cleaners* & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 

Other 



( • ) 
(*) 



(■) 



(** 



(■«) 



1 



CD) 
(D) 



Primary & fabricated metals .. 160 26 105 

Primary metal industries ... 114 22 69 

Fabricated metal products .. 46 3 36 

Machinery 172 27 111 

Machinery, except electrical 76 13 54 

Electric & electronic equip. 96 15 58 

Other manufacturing 874 340 496 

Textile products & apparel .14 3 6 

Lumber & furniture ......... 27 <D) 11 

Paper f. allied products .... 271 (D) (0) 

Printing & publishing ...... 28 14 5 

Rubber •, plastics products .26 2 22 

Stone* clay & glass products 393 (0) (D) 

Transportation equipment ... 90 (0) 84 

Instruments S related prods. 14 1 10 

Other 11 ( •) 8 



(D) 
<0> 
< •) 

4 

2 
2 

175 
1 

( •) 

(D) 



1 

21 

(D) 

(•) 

2 



23 



(0 ) 
CD) 



26 
13 
13 

75 

1 



(0) 
(*) 



2 

7 

23 



(D) 
(D) 




22 



CD) 
<0) 



( D> 
( • ) 
( •) 
(•) 



16 

3 

13 

29 
IS 

1L 

189 
3 


(D) 

3 
1 1 
(C) 
(•) 

1 

3 



CDJ 

(0) 



1 3 
8 
5 

22 



(** 

<•) 



(D) 

CD) 



17 

16 

1 



(0) 

ID) 



1 9 
4 
1 
) 
1 
2 
2 



CD) 
(0) 



CD) 

(') 



(*) 
(•) 



<D) 
(•) 



yholesale trade ............. 

lotor vehicles S equipment 
Petals & minerals ......... 

Other durable goods ....... 

Farm-product raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade ................... 

Food strs.*eat. & drink. places 
Retail trade* nee ............ 



Finance* except banking 
Insurance .............. 



Real estate 



Other industries ............... 

Agriculture .................. 

Forestry -, fishing ........... 

Construction ................. 

Transportation ............... 

Communication & pub. utilities 
Services 



579 

1 3 

71 

194 

128 

57 

293 

151 
142 

46 

183 

6*607 

1*651 

679 

60 

592 

97 

1 

222 



85 





(D) 
(D) 



57 
( D) 

( D) 

(0) 

2*529 
(D) 



53 



(D) 

< D) 



67 

1 

20 



342 
82 

46 

66 

1 16 

32 

182 
84 
98 



97 
2*129 

994 
4 52 
(D) 
(D) 

7 




6 



1 5 
1 5 
<*) 



(•) 

142 
(0) 



82 



3 



CD) 

(D) 
(. ) 



10 
1 6 



(*) 
(0) 



o 

18 



4 8 

46 

2 

1 

5 

323 

188 

1 s? 

1 4 

12 
1 


5 



(») 
(0) 
(») 
(*) 
CD) 

(0) 

2 
(D) 



28 

584 

28 
19 
3 
2 
l 

5 



61 
3 



l ») 

< D) 

(0) 

ID) 
(D) 

1 

CD) 

402 



86 

57 



1 


15 



38 
u 




(0) 

CD) 



12 
5 

7 



5 

356 

115 

112 
1 
1 
1 


(*) 



123 
47 
13 
39 
11 
13 

9 
8 

1 

CD) 

CD) 

22u 

(D) 

CD) 





5a 



(*) 

CD) 






12 

7 
I 







c •) 
(0) 

16 



16 

u 

(D> 

685 

137 

I0e 
(•) 


<DJ 


(0) 











(0) 



6S1 

ID) 

14 

3 





25 



(D) 



( •) 

(D) 

(D) 

101 
(D) 
(•) 



1 


329 

52 

26 




13 



(») 
(•) 
C •) 
(*) 





692 

51 
27 

3 
1 


20 



66 



NONBANK. U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table D-7. --Change in Property/ Plant* and Equipment of Affiliates/ Industry of Affiliate by Account 

[Mi I 1 1 ons of dol lars] 



ea lance at c lose f Y 1 979 



Gross 
property/ 
plant/ 
and equip- 
ment 



Ace umu- 

lated 
d epl e- 
t i on/ 
depre- 
ciation/ 
and like 
charges 



Net 

property/ 

plant/ 

and 
equipment 



Change 



Restate- 
ment due 
to change 
in the 
entity 



Ex pendi - 
tu res 1 / 



Depletion/ depreciation/ 
and like charges 



Deple- 
t i on and 

I ike 
charges 



Depre- 
c t a t i on 
and like 
charges 



Net book 
value of 
sales/ 
retire- 
ment s/ 
transfers 
out and 

other 

changes 

21 



Balance at close ft 1 980 



Net 

proper t y* 

plant * 

and 
equi patent 

3/ 



Ac cumu- 
lated 
deple- 
t i on/ 
depre- 
c i at i on/ 
and like 
charges 



Gross 

pr opert y * 
pi ant/ 

and 
equ ipjtenc 

4/ 



(4) 

20/112 

1/308 
5 
(0) 
CD) 



<7) 

6/601 
<D> 



691 

l D) 



(9) 

5/910 

147 

68 
44 
35 



(10) 



(12) 
33*675 

1/16* 

623 

22S 
312 



( 13) 

127*838 

4/939 
1*640 
2*018 
1*28 2 



All industries 



Mining - 

Metal mining ........ 

Coal 

Nonmetallic minerals* 



fuels 



3,471 

1 /586 

886 

1 /000 



27,682 

1/004 
575 
(D) 
(D) 



74/050 

2/467 
1/012 
(D) 
CD) 



4/408 

(D) 
(•) 
<D> 
<D) 



567 
101 
1 91 
275 



69 
66 



1 
22 



(D) 



(0) 



3*408 

37 

27 

s 

5 



94*162 

3*775 

1/017 

1*790 

969 



Petroleum 33,284 9,272 24,012 3,184 294 5,404 2,156 496 1,660 357 27,197 10*976 38*172 

Oil S, gas extraction 1,666 446 1,219 625 45 (0) <D) (D) 106 120 1,844 524 2,368 

Crude pet. (no refin.) 8 gas 929 218 711 467 6 (D) (D) (D) 32 82 1,178 271 1*449 

Oil B gas field services ... 736 228 508 158 39 233 76 2 74 38 666 252 918 

Petroleum S coal products mfg. (D) (D) (D) 2,237 (D) (D) (D) 396 (D) (0) ID) ID) (D) 

Petroleum wholesale trade 2,565 400 2,164 263 (D) 474 148 (D) (D) <0) 2,427 527 2*954 

Other (D) (D) (0) 60 -2 121 (D) (D) (0) (D) <0) ID) 



Manufacturi 



Food & kindred products ...... 

Grain mill & bakery products 
Beverages .................. 

Other 

Chemicals & allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs ...................... 

Soap, cleaners, & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 

Other 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 

Primary metal industries ... 

Ferrous .................. 

Nonferrous ............... 

Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery .................... 

Machinery, except electrical 

Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Office & computing mach. . 

Other 

Electric & electronic equip. 

Radio, TV, & comm. equip. 

Electronic components .... 

Other 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products & apparel . 

Lumber S furniture ......... 

Paper s allied products .... 

Printing 8 publishing ...... 

Rubber S plastics products . 

Stone, clay 8 glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 
Motor vehic les 8 equipment 
Other 

Instruments 8 related prods. 

Other 



Wholesale trade 

lotor vehicles & equipment 
Metals & minerals ......... 

Other durable goods ....... 

Farm-prodjct raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade ................... 

Food strs.,eat. 8 drink. places 
Retail trade, nee ............ 



Finance, except banking 
Insurance 



Rea I estate 



Other industries ............... 

Agriculture .................. 

Forestry & fishing ........... 

Construction ................. 

Transportation 

Communication & pub. utilities 
Services ................. . 

Hotels & oth. lodging places 

Business services .......... 

Motion pictures 8 TV tape .. 

Engineering & architecture . 

Other 



37,933 

3,308 

353 

1 ,399 

1 ,557 

1 5,757 
9,943 
1 ,322 
1 ,055 
2,878 
560 

5,305 
4,274 
1 ,493 
2,780 
1 ,031 

5,149 

2,330 
572 
385 
287 

1,056 

2,850 
328 

1 ,585 
937 

8,413 
566 
1 16 

1,877 
780 
687 

2,764 
983 
682 
300 
333 
309 

5*639 
1 *605 
1 *045 
1 *469 
966 
553 

3.859 

2,052 
1 ,807 

383 



1 1 


,089 


5 


,1 59 




981 




37 




358 


1 


,471 




97 


2 


,215 




900 




794 




45 




74 




402 



1,293 
109 
(D) 
(D) 

5,275 

3,379 
41 6 
343 

(D) 

(D) 

1,634 

1/370 

448 

923 

263 

1,796 
825 
214. 
1 31 
99 
381 
971 

(D) 
530 

(D) 

2,832 
265 
31 
671 
266 
273 
783 
327 

(D) 

(D) 
1 10 
107 

1,552 
292 
340 

41 3 
332 
174 



• 1 57 

583 

574 

106 



2 5,1 04 

2,015 
244 
(D) 
(03 

10,483 

6,565 

906 

711 

(D) 

(D) 

3,671 

2,904 

1,046 

1,858 

7 68 

3,353 

1,474 
3 58 
253 
188 
675 

1 ,879 

(D) 

1,055 

(D) 

5,581 

3 02 

85 

1,2 06 
514 
414 

1,981 
6 56 

(D) 

(0) 
223 
201 

4,087 
1,313 

705 

1,056 

634 

379 

2,702 
1,469 
1,233 

277 



1 69 


747 


512 


1 0,577 


,081 


4,078 


1 19 


862 


1 


35 


97 


261 


387 


1,084 


1 9 


78 


457 


1,759 


129 


771 


1 64 


631 


23 


23 


20 


54 


1 21 


280 



6,037 
742 

96 
413 
233 

1,798 
849 
197 

71 
(D) 

(D) 

597 

471 

1 26 
34 6 
1 26 

896 

263 
68 
15 
89 
91 

63 3 
(D) 

318 
(D) 

2,003 

38 

83 

902 

1 41 

85 
292 

390 

(D) 

ID) 

29 
45 

1,1 80 
340 
259 
306 
1 51 
123 

93 7 

61 4 
323 

1 1 4 



5,437 

1,654 

249 

49 

61 3 

205 

47 

491 

21 5 

81 

1 1 

21 

163 



1 ,562 

329 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

12 
( D) 

-2 
1 
2 

< D) 

1 76 
(D) 
(D) 
I D) 
(D) 

1 46 
1 39 
(D) 

< D) 

79 
1 7 
7 
( >) 

3 
4 



8 99 




(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(*) 

( •) 
( D) 



61 





(D) 
(D) 
( •) 



51 5 
(D) 
(D) 

( D) 

113 

361 

( D) 

14 
( ») 
(D) 
(D) 


108 
( D) 

4 



1 



7,971 

681 
70 

296 
314 

2*977 

1,686 
293 
159 

(D) 

(D) 

810 
664 
235 

428 
147 

1,452 

448 

91 
60 

96 

201 

1,004 

280 
552 
171 

2*051 

88 

74 

6 58 

1 64 
143 
530 
249 
190 

59 
8U 
66 

1*750 
533 
339 
461 
235 
181 

823 

453 

369 

2 5- 



7*101 

1*609 

321 

54 

302 

280 

62 

59J 

24 

126 

15 

30 

179 



2,811 

249 

28 

108 

1 13 

1 ,041 

6 36 

81 

66 

2 19 
39 

322 

242 

82 

1 60 
79 

555 

2 32 
48 
24 
68 
90 

324 
86 

168 
70 

644 
38 

(D) 

( D) 

(0) 

48 
176 

(D) 

(D) 

24 
32 
28 

467 
140 
105 
122 
58 
42 

2 74 
144 
130 

88 

43 

273 

( D) 

44 

1 

29 

(D) 

12 

167 

45 

4-. 

4 

9 

05 



132 
(D) 



1 



(D) 
< *) 



( D) 
( * ) 



(D) 



< * ) 
<*) 
<*) 

< •) 



(D) 
(») 

(0) 



1 
1 
) 
1 




o 

i 



<») 

<D) 

< D) 
(*) 

( •) 



< •) 
<*) 



<D> 
(* ) 



( •) 
( D) 



I •) 
<*) 



2,679 

(D) 

27 
(0) 
1 13 

1*010 

(D) 
81 
66 

(D) 
39 

313 

238 

80 

1 58 

75 

554 

231 

48 
24 
68 
90 

323 
86 

168 
69 

(D) 
38 
1 1 

(D) 

(0) 
48 
175 

(D) 

(D) 
24 
31 
28 

442 

140 

(D) 

(0) 

58 

42 

273 
144 

129 



270 

508 
44 
<*) 
29 
56 
12 

167 
45 

4 *. 

4 
9 

65 



686 



(D) 
(D) 
CD) 

150 

(D) 

14 
23 

(D) 



ID) 
(D) 
ID) 

(D) 

146 
92 

(D) 

(0) 
17 
36 
54 

(0) 
69 

<D) 

304 

13 

1 

22 

9 

14 

(D) 

24 
(D) 
<D) 

20 
ID) 

163 
53 

<D) 

<D) 
25 
17 

127 
<D, 

(D) 

<D) 

94 

1*702 

(0) 
41 
5 
ID) 
(D> 

3 
40 



31*140 

2,757 

340 
(D) 
(0) 

12*281 

7,413 

1,103 

782 

2*51 7 

466 

4*268 
3,375 
1,171 
2,203 
893 

4*249 

1*737 
426 
268 
277 
766 

2*512 
41 1 

1*373 
728 

7*585 
340 
168 

2,108 
654 
499 

2,273 

1*045 
840 
205 
2 52 
24 7 

5*267 

1 *654 

964 

1.362 

785 

502 

3*639 
2,083 
1*555 

391 

957 

16*064 

5*732 
1*111 

84 

874 

1 *288 

125 

2,250 

985 

712 

33 

76 

443 



15,551 



4 6*69 1 



1,504 


4,262 


157 


49 8 


CD) 


1*<i74 


<D) 


1,89 


6*047 


18,327 


3,810 


1 1,223 


487 


1,59 


374 


1,157 


1*179 


3,69 5 


196 


662 


1,854 


6*12 2 


1,567 


4,94 2 


501 


1,672 


1 *066 


3,26 9 


287 


1,180 


2,297 


6,54 7 


1,035 


2,77 2 


249 


675 


143 


41 1 


194 


47 1 


449 


1*215 


1*263 


3*77 5 


200 


61 1 


680 


2*053 


383 


1,110 


3*848 


1 1*433 


293 


633 


59 


227 


1 *0 59 


3*167 


327 


981 


300 


798 


862 


3*13 5 


666 


1,71 1 


536 


1,37 6 


131 


33 6 


121 


373 


161 


408 


1*948 


7,215 


426 


2,07 9 


436 


1,400 


506 


1,868 


380 


1,165 


201 


703 


1*563 


5,202 


880 


2,96 3 


683 


2,238 



19". 



738 

1,324 

149 

2 

132 

428 

29 

584 

173 

205 

27 

26 

154 



535 



16,8,2 

7*056 
1,260 
86 
1*006 
1*716 

155 
2,834 
1*15 8 

917 

6U 

102 
59 7 



67 



N0N6ANK U.S. Af FILIATES 



-Change in Property/ Plant/ and Equipment of Affiliates* Country and Industry of UBO by Account 
[Millions of dol I ar sj 



Balance at close Fr 1979 



Gross 

proper! y , 

plant/ 

and e qui p- 

men t 



Accumu- 
lated 
deple- 
tion/ 
depre- 
ciation/ 
and like 
c harge s 



Ne t 

property* 

plant/ 

and 
equ ipmen t 



Change 



Restate- 
ment due 
to change 
in the 
entity 



Ex pendi - 
t u res 1 / 



Depletion/ depreciation/ 
and like charges 



Oeple- 
t i on and 

like 
charges 



Depre- 
c la t l on 
and like 

charges 



Net oook 
value of 
sales/ 
re 1 1 re- 
(nent s / 
transfers 
out and 

otner 

changes 

2/ 



Balance at close Fr 1 980 



Net 

pr opert y/ 

plant/ 

and 
equl pient 

3/ 



Ace umu- 

lated 

depl e- 

t i on/ 

depr e- 

c ia t ion/ 

and like 

charges 



G ross 

property/ 
pi ant/ 

and 
equ ipmen t 

4/ 



All countries/ all industries 



By country 



( 1 ) 
101/732 



(2) 

27,682 



<3) 

74/050 



<4) 

20.1 12 



(5) C6) 

4.408 25,713 



< 7) 
6/601 



<8) 

691 



(9) (10.) 
\ 

5/910 3,408 



ci n 

94,162 



C12) 

33.675 



(UJ 
12 7.838 



Canada 17.572 4,507 13.065 4.847 632 6,427 936 203 733 1,276 17,912 5,229 23,1<.1 

Europe 73,676 20,991 52.685 11.997 3.545 14,970 4,936 470 4,466 1,581 64,683 25,600 9C.283 

European Communities (9) 66.815 18.749 48.066 10.572 3.539 13,049 4,524 464 4,061 1.491 So. 639 23.019 61.658 

Belgium 2,124 632 1,492 162 (0) 303 159 (D> <0) CD) 1,654 778 2.431 

Denmark 173 CD) <D> 45 (•) 6S (D) <•) (D) COJ CO) (0J 22 9 

France 6.579 1,933 4,647 2,346 1,269 1,883 572 46 526 234 6,992 2,943 9,936 

Germany 11,873 3,252 8,621 2.082 235 2.981 886 27 859 24o 13.703 3.902 14,605 

Ireland 354 (D) <D> 5 (D) 33 21 21 CD) lu) CD) 36 7 

Italy 669 181 488 111 17 150 36 2 34 20 599 203 802 

Luxembourg 234 34 200 49 ID) 39 CD) 1 <D) 2 248 44 Z9 Z 

Netherlands 24.193 7,190 17.003 3.250 1.115 4. 048 1,318 CD) (D) 595 2U.253 8.123 Zi,i7b 

United Cingdom 20.615 5,360 15,255 2,524 843 3,547 1,506 67 1,440 361) 17,779 6,840 24.619 

Other Europe 6.861 2.242 4,619 1,425 6 1.921 412 7 <.0b 90 6.U44 2. 580 8.625 

Austria 89 11 78 20 26 5 5 (•) 99 14 113 

Finland 53 9 44 104 (D) 118 6 (*) 5 <D) 147 13 150 

Liechtenstein 133 17 116 52 5 56 7 7 1 169 24 193 

Norway 171 46 125 -5 (D) 66 (D) (*) (D) l») 120 23 1*3 

Spain 41 3 37 1 8 ZZ ID) (•) ID) (0) 56 4 60 

Sweden 864 299 565 205 (D) 221 74 2 72 CD) 770 362 1.132 

Switzerland 5.430 1.842 3.588 968 -10 1.345 307 4 303 60 4,556 2.121 6.677 

Other . 80 14 66 62 67 4 (•) 4 (•) 128 19 Ho 

Japan 4.098 936 3,162 915 22 1,452 311 2 310 247 4,077 1.209 5.287 

Australia. V.Zealand. 8 S.Africa 1.045 406 639 176 266 84 11 73 5 615 452 1.266 

Latin America 2.840 572 2,268 1.058 157 1,226 209 1 209 115 3,326 766 4.094 

South & Central America 1.254 235 1,019 508 48 550 52 <*) 52 3o 1,527 281 1.808 

Argentina 48 12 36 32 34 1 1 1 68 13 SI 

Brazil 14 1 13 5 2 5 (») (•) 1 18 119 

Mexico 289 25 264 85 20 96 10 <*) 10 20 349 35 385 

Panama 617 170 447 131 5 158 31 31 2 578 189 76 7 

Venezuela 156 19 138 167 5 174 5 (•) 5 7 305 23 327 

Other 131 9 122 88 16 83 5 (•) 5 7 209 20 230 

Other Western Hemisphere 1.586 337 1,249 550 108 677 157 <•) 157 78 1,799 467 2,286 

Bahamas 274 91 182 126 ID) 100 21 21 (D) 308 122 *3 

Bermuda ... ... 187 (D> <D) 63 (D) 45 (D) <•) (D) <D) (0) (0) 263 

Netherlands Antilles 1.071 ID) (D) 323 -7 484 <D> (D) CD) (0) CO) 1,499 

U.K. Islands, Caribbean 48 2 46 39 -5 47 1 1 2 85 3 86 

Other 5 2 3 -1 -1 1 (*) ( * ) C-> 3 2 5 

Middle East 1,310 84 1,225 662 45 776 54 1 53 104 1.888 158 2/U45 

Israel 25 6 19 41 ID) 31 5 1 4 CD) 60 32 il 

Other 1,285 78 1,207 62 1 CD) 744 49 (•) 49 ID) 1,828 126 1.95* 

Kuwait 436 32 404 135 <*) 155 12 (*) 12 9 538 42 580 

Lebanon 147 22 125 82 (D) 102 10 10 U>) 208 28 236 

Saudi Arabia 507 22 485 367 31 379 ZZ <•) ZZ ZZ 852 49 900 

United Arab Emirates 86 1 86 16 (•) 22 3 3 2 102 ■• 106 

Other 109 2 107 21 -2 87 2 2 62 129 3 131 

Other Africa, Asia, & Pacific .. 738 90 648 375 14 452 37 <«) 36 55 1,023 150 1.173 

Other Africa 22 1 21 32 34 1 1 (*) 53 3 56 

Other Asia S. Pacific 716 89 628 343 14 418 35 (•) 35 55 971 1-6 1,117 

Hong Kong 511 76 435 268 (D) 311 28 I *) 28 CD) 703 127 63 

Philippines 70 3 67 48 (0) 46 4 (•> 4 (D) 115 6 122 

South Korea 76 6 69 -20 14 (D) (•) <D) CO) 50 8 58 

Other 59 3 56 47 (D) 48 (D) <D) (*) 103 5 108 

United States 453 97 3 56 81 -6 144 33 3 30 25 437 109 54 7 

Addendum — O'EC 1.303 77 1,226 727 35 838 45 (•) 45 102 1,953 123 2.075 

By industry 

Government 2.450 434 2.016 652 CD) 592 153 19 133 CD) 2.667 809 3.47o 

Individuals, estates, & trusts . 13.404 2.793 10,611 4,976 366 5.892 809 51 758 473 15,587 3.489 19.076 

Petroleum 12.727 9,080 23/647 3.969 1.332 5/149 2,153 488 1.665 359 27,616 10.803 33,419 

Agriculture 224 39 185 67 2 82 1 1 9 6 252 50 -302 

Mining 2,551 808 1,744 278 (0) 455 167 24 142 CO) 2.021 939 2,951 

Construction 401 87 314 523 <0) 301 24 (•) 24 (0) 836 125 9S 1 

Manufacturing 33.332 10,134 20,199 3,986 875 5,732 2,099 97 2,002 522 24,185 12.052 36.237 

Iransp.. com.. & pub. utilities 1.437 362 1,075 318 2 476 134 1 133 26 1,393 478 1.871 

Wholesale and retail trade 3.312 916 2.396 536 69 824 205 (•) 205 152 2.932 1.074 4.036 

Banking 219 29 190 21 -3 80 21 1 21 34 211 39 249 

Holding companies 8.290 2.453 5.837 2,173 729 2,356 575 8 567 336 8,011 3,059 11,070 

Other finance and insurance 1,421 23a 1,183 597 330 674 124 (*) 124 284 1,780 412 2,192 

Real estate 4,540 223 4,318 1,916 (0) 2,994 95 (•) 95 CD) 6,234 226 6,459 

Services 424 88 336 101 32 107 31 1 31 7 436 121 55 7 



t.f< 



NGNBANK U.S. Af f 11 (WES 



Table 0-9. --Pr oper t y* Plant* and Equipment Expenditures by Affiliates* Industry of Affiliate by 

Country of UBO _!/ 

[Millions of dollars) 



All coun- 
tries 



Europe 

Of uhi ch- 



Germany 



Nether- 
lands 



Uni ted 

K i ngdom 



ntier- 
land 



Austra- 
lia* 
Ney Zea- 
land* 

and 

Sou t h 

Africa 



Latin 
Aner i c a 



Middle 
Eas t 



other 
Africa* 

As i a * 

and 

Pac 1 1 ic 



Un i tea 
States 



Adden- 
dj m — 
OPEC 



(1) 

25*713 

567 

5.404 

7*971 

681 

2*977 

1 *686 
293 
159 

CO) 

(0) 



(2) 
6*427 

893 

1 *4D7 

280 

55 



(3) 
14*9 70 

210 
4*260 
5*561 

331 

2,820 

1*624 
243 
1 44 

(D) 

(0) 



(4) 

1*883 

78 

126 

733 



184 

86 
4 
(O 

CD) 
(0) 



C5) 

2*981 
12 
67 

2.024 

10 

1,456 
728 
9 
(D) 
(D) 
<D> 



(6) 

4*043 
CD) 

(0) 

460 

CD) 

(0) 
(D> 
(D) 
CD) 


CO 



(7) 
3*547 

10 
CD) 
1*301 

1 46 

672 
624 

1 7 
(D) 
( o 
CD) 



<8> 
1*345 
CO) 
38 

590 

co) 

248 
(0) 

(0) 
(0) 

1 

CD) 



C9) 

1*452 

( •) 

3 

51.6 

42 

50 
CO) 
ID ) 
ID) 

1 
I •) 



(10) 

266 
(0) 
CD) 

41 
CO 

2 



2 







(11) 



(12) 



(13) 
4 52 
/ 
3 
15 
<0) 
CO) 



(14) 

Uo 

(*) 

CD) 

9 












(1 5) 

83 8 
j 
CD) 
1 7 

(D ) 
(« ) 



Al I indust r l es 



Mi n i ng 



Pet roL eum 



Manufacturing *•••........ 

food & kindred products 



Chemicals & allied products .. 

Industrial chemicals 

Drugs ....••••...••.••.....• 
Soap* cleaners* & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 
Other 



(D) 



< D) 
( •) 



1*220 

2 

182 

393 

(0) 

CD) 
<•) 

(D) 
< •) 

1 





776 
(0) 



CD) 



c ) 



Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery •••.••..••..•..••••• 

Machinery* except electrical 
Electric & electronic equip. 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products & apparel • 
Lumber & furniture ......... 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber & plastics products • 
Stone* clay & glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments & related prods. 
Other 

Wholesale trade 

Motor vehicles & equipment ... 
Metals & minerals ••••••...••• 

Other durable goods .......... 

Farm-product raw materials ... 
Other nondurable goods ....... 

Retail trade ................... 

food strs.*eat. & drink. places 
Retail trade* nee ............ 



Finance* except banking 
Insurance .............. 



Rea I esta t e 



Other industries ............... 

Agriculture •.....•••......... 

Forestry & fishing ........... 

Construction ................. 

Transportation ............... 

Communication & pub. utilities 
Services ..................... 



81 
664 
1 47 

1*452 

448 
1.004 

2*051 

88 

74 

658 

164 

143 

530 

249 

80 

66 

1*750 
533 

339 
461 
235 

181 

823 
453 
369 

254 

235 



,609 
321 

54 
302 
280 

62 
590 



1 79 

156 
24 

313 

<D) 

(D) 

580 
(0) 
(0) 
(D) 
77 
5 
(D) 
( D) 
(0) 
2 

83 




I •) 
( D) 

130 

86 
1 4 

< D) 

( D) 

3.122 

430 
(0) 



59 

212 

!0) 

81 



381 
2 74 
107 

787 
342 

445 

1.242 

49 

1 7 

372 

69 

1 15 
?69 

240 
57 
53 

1.0 94 
4 06 
193 
219 
1 78 
98 

620 
343 
277 

41 



2.1 75 

9 03 
211 

41 
237 

(0) 

(D) 
358 



120 
(D) 
CD) 

23 

(0) 

(0) 

398 
1 
(O 

(0) 

(•) 
CD.) 

CD) 
128 
3 
1 1 

CD) 

(0) 



1 
12 



(0) 
<0) 



CD) 

( •) 

1 2 8 

353 
(0) 
CD) 
(D) 

(«) 

3 
172 



64 
23 

41 

198 

105 

93 

295 
13 

13 

(D) 
27 
46 

CD) 

99 
29 
10 

269 

141 

22 

62 

1 

44 

1 31 

125 

6 

1 



!28 

126 
59 
1 1 
35 
3 

1 7 



CD) 
<0) 
CO 

228 
(0) 
CD) 

24 



1 


5 
1 5 
1 
1 
1 
CO 

CD) 

1 

(D) 



5 

55 
(0) 
CDJ 

< o 
CD) 

599 

<0) 

9 


40 
(0) 

< •) 



52 

5 
46 

1 76 
91 

3 5 

255 
23 


ID) 
22 
30 

76 
1 

6 
(D) 

193 
63 
46 
57 
1 
26 

CD) 

(D) 
(0) 

14 

53 

4 36 

127 
23 

8 
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CD) 

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5 

49 



(D) 
(0) 



77 
5 

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105 
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1 
(0) 
(0) 

6 



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10 

10 

41 9 

(0) 
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2 
6 
7 




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CD) 
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CD) 

( D) 



1 1 

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(0) 



(D) 
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412 

122 

40 

167 

57 
26 

27 

22 

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CD) 

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272 



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5 
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14 

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32 
2 

2 
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488 

94 

43 

1 

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5 



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CD) 
CO 



CD) 
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629 

65 



CD) 

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2 

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CD) 

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347 

CD) 
CD) 

CD) 
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( • 1 

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( • ) 

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(D) 

C« ) 
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(D) 

















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(• ) 










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HOHBAHK U.S. AFFii.iAT£S 



Table D-10. --Gross Book Value of Property/ Plant* and Equipment of Affiliates* Industry of 

Af f , li ate by Use 

^Millions of dollarsJ 





Total J/ 


Agriculture 

and 

forest r y 


Natural 
resources 


Pet roleum 
refining 




Manu f ac t uring 




Con.erc ial 

and 
resident! al 

11 


Other uses 




Total 


Chemicals 


Other 






<1 ) 


C2) 


C3) 


C4) 


C5) 


(6) 


C7) 


C8) 


C9) 



All industries 



26*801 



3*057 



15*913 



30*573 



28*376 



19*512 



Mining ......................... 

Metal mining ................. 

Coal 

Nonmetallic minerals*ex. fuels 

Pet role urn 

Oil & gas extraction 

Crude pet. (no refin.) & gas 
Oil & gas field services ... 

Petroleum & coal products mfg. 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 

Other 



Manu facturing 



Food & kindred products 

Grain mill & bakery products 

Beverages 

Cther 

Chemicals & allied products .. 

Industrial chemicals 

Drugs 

Soap* cleaners/ & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 
Other 

Primary & fabricated metals . . 

Primary metal industries ... 

Ferrous .................. 

Nonferrous ............... 

Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery .................... 

Machinery/ except electrical 

Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Office S computing mach. . 

Other 

Electric & electronic equip. 

Radio* TV/ & comm. equip. 

Electronic components .... 

Other 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products & apparel . 

Lumber & furniture • 

Paper is allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber & plastics products . 

Stone/ clay & glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 

Motor vehicles S equipment 

Other .................... 

Instruments & related prods. 
Other 



Wholesale trade ............. 

Motor vehicles 5 equipment 
Metals i minerals ......... 

Other durable goods 

Farm-product r a u materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade 

Food strs.*eat. & drink. places 
Retail trade/ nee ............ 

Finance* except banking ........ 

Insurance 



Peal estate 



Other industries 

Agriculture 

Forestry i fishing 

Corstruction ................. 

Transportation 

Communication & pub. utilities 
Services 

Hotels I oth. lodging places 

Business services 

Motion pictures & TV tape .. 

Engineering & architecture . 

Other 



A*939 
1 *64U 
2*018 
1/282 

38*172 

2*368 
1*449 
91 8 
(D) 
2*954 
(0) 

46*691 



< *) 

(D) 



( •) 
<D> 
(*) 




527 



4,591 


CD) 


1.965 


CD) 


19,207 


(D) 


(D) 


247 


CD) 


388 


CD) 


2,503 


(D) 



4,262 




65 


CD) 


498 


(0) 







1 ,874 




22 


(0) 


1 ,890 


(0) 




2 


18,327 




58 


1,063 


1 1,223 


<D) 




(0) 


1,590 




5 





1,157 


(0) 







3,695 


CD) 




(D) 


662 







1 


6,122 


(0) 




(0) 


4,942 


CO) 




(D) 


1,672 


(•) 




(0) 


3,269 


(D) 




<D) 


1,180 




(l 


(0) 


6,547 


<D> 




(D) 


2,772 


(0) 




(0) 


675 


<») 




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41 1 


(0) 







471 










1,215 




2 





3,775 


C») 




(0) 


61 1 










2,053 


( • ) 




(0) 


1,110 







<») 


1 1,433 


377 


32 


633 


(») 







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24 





3,167 


(D) 







981 







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798 


(• ) 







3,135 




12 


32 


1,71 1 


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1,376 










336 


<D> 







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408 




1 





7,215 


199 


368 


2,079 




5 





1 ,400 


(•) 




328 


1 ,868 


(0) 




CD) 


1,165 


(0) 







703 




1 


CD) 


5,202 


<0 ) 







2,963 




2 





2,238 


<D> 







585 




1 


4 


1 ,175 




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16,802 


1,025 


26 


7,056 


1,268 


102 


1 ,260 


1,177 


(0) 


86 




84 





1 ,006 







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1.716 




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155 







1 


2,834 




3 


(0) 


1,153 










91 7 




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102 


<») 







597 




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(0) 



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3,054 

(D) 

CD) 

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3,024 
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CD) 
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38,452 

2,615 
413 
673 

1,529 

14,986 

10.536 

1,333 

1.032 

1.461 

624 

5.509 
4.503 
1.639 
2.864 
1.006 

5.273 

2. 382 

623 

392 

272 

1,095 

2,891 

524 

1.381 

987 

10.069 

598 

193 

2.789 

852 

766 

2,695 

1,4 74 

1,209 

265 

345 

357 

3,347 
1,153 

594 
874 

<D) 

CD) 

CD) 
(0) 

(0 ) 



-.2 

88 
(D 1 



24 

(0) 

<*) 

21 

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12,041 
<0) 





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1 1,748 
8,133 
1,102 
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CO) 
4 75 

(0) 
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( d; 

(0) 



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(0) 



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111 

CD) 


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153 

3 

3 

CD) 

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413 
673 
CO) 

3,238 
2,403 

231 
CO) 
CD) 

148 

(DJ 
CD) 
1,639 

co) 

CD) 

5,205 

2,379 

623 

392 
272 

1,092 

2,827 
524 

CD) 

ID) 

CD) 
5 98 
191 

2,789 
852 
668 

CO) 

1,474 

1,209 
265 

CO) 

CO) 

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1,153 

CO) 
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(0) 

CO) 

(D) 
CO) 



42 

88 





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7 




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1 

35 
3 

2,145 
27 
11 

16 

2,014 
CD) 

CD) 

2,698 

145 
26 
CD) 
CO) 



1,303 
369 

96 
CD) 
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31 

203 
191 

CD) 

CO) 
12 

432 
137 

CO) 

( 0) 

CD) 

60 
295 

CO) 

CD) 
63 

614 
29 
2 
CO) 
37 
18 
253 
CD) 
CD) 

7 
18 
37 

1,8*9 
503 
327 

539 

126 
354 

4,337 

2,856 
1,481 

206 

1,086 

14,265 

2,253 

1 2 

1 

742 

79 

73 

1 ,346 

1,070 

11 1 

7 

59 

99 



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CO) 

18 
CO) 

9,869 

CO) 

CO) 

652 
CD) 
2,406 
CD) 

2,509 

CO) 
1,0) 
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lit 

918 
CD) 
1 56 
4 
CD) 

7 

CD) 

(t) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

822 
CD) 

20 



5b 



CO) 

CD) 
CD) 
CO) 



341 

5 

8 

5 

92 

14 

144 

51 

CD) 

CO) 

10 

13 

1,4 52 
418 
150 
362 
*30 
91 

CO) 
CD) 
CO) 

373 

CD). 

1 ,1>4 4 

3,345 
CO) 
1 
236 
1,509 
80 
CD) 
89 
7 94 
54 
42 
CD) 



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NONBaNk U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table 0-11. --Gross Book value of Property* Plant* and Equipment of Affili 

Industry of UBO by Use 

[Millions Of dollarsj 



at e s. Country and 



Total 1/ 



Agriculture 

and 

forestry 



Natural 
r eso ur c es 



Pet r ol eum 
refining 



Manufacturing 
Total Chemicals 



C omme r c i a I 

and 
resident i al 

2/ 



Other uses 



(2> 

3.105 



371 

1,998 

1,415 

42 

2 

202 

519 

1 

153 

1 2 

133 

352 

583 

21 
2 

66 
1 

27 

2 

450 

15 



( 3) 

26,801 



(0) 

20,512 

(0) 

(0) 

(D) 

(0) 

1,015 

(•> 

(D) 

(0) 

<D> 

ID) 

(0) 

(DJ 






(D) 
<0) 
(0) 

9 

5 1 1 

98 

(0) 



1 



(4 J 

3,057 



(D> 
2,90 5 



15 ) 
46,487 



5,774 

36,388 

31,090 

910 

(0) 

5,561 

8,412 

(D) 

355 

74 

6,634 

8,807 

5,399 

24 

133 

42 

(8 

3 

81 4 

4,209 

37 

2,635 

535 

907 

<D ) 

5 



89 

309 

(D) 

(0 ) 

CO ) 

(0 ) 

(•) 

(0) 

2 

4 

154 
(D J 

(D) 

(D> 

65 

19 



2 

73 
2 

71 

41 



<6) 

1 5,913 



(7> (8) 

30,573 28,876 



(9, 
19.512 



3,661 

12,809 

1 1,o72 
10S 
(0) 
1,232 
1,317 
4 
ID.) 

iZ 
2,685 
6.375 

937 
<£> ) 
(DJ 
33 

44 

12 
124 

699 
(£J 

1.L17 

(DJ 

1 .41 1 

672 

20 
ID) 

94 
(0) 

1 17 
(DJ 

739 

(DJ 

1 10 
ID) 

43 
I* J 

21 :. 
16 

196 

(DJ 

<D) 

95 

5 

19 

14 V 

12 

136 
(DJ 

<ro 

(0) 

<b> 

2 4.' 



625 
3.443 
(DJ 
<CJ 

(DJ 
202 

1 ,94 4 

1.087 

329 

65 

1,502 
457 
310 

(0, 



All countries, all industries 
By country 
Canada ......................... 



Eur ope 



European Communities (9) 
Belgium ...•••••••...•, 

Denmark ............... 

France ................ 

Germany ............... 

Ireland ............... 

Italy 

Luxembourg ............ 

Netherlands ........... 

United <ingdom ........ 



Other Europe ... 
Austria ...... 

Finland ••••*. 

Li ech t en stein 
No rway ....... 

Spain ........ 

Sw eden ....... 

Swi tzerl and 
Other .. 



Japan •.,.•••.•..••..••....•.... 

Australia, N.Zealand, & S.Africa 



Latin Amer i c a 



South & Central America 
Argentina ............ 

Brazil 

Mexico ..•••.....•.... 

Panama .••...•.•...... 

Venezuela ............ 

Other 



Other Western Hemisphere . 
Bahamas ................ 

Bermuda ................ 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands, Caribbean 
Other ......... 



Middle East 

Israel ........••_••••. 

Ot her . 

Kuwait .............. 

Lebanon ............. 

Saudi Arabia ........ 

United Arab Emirates 
Ot her '. 



Other Africa, Asia, & Pacific 
Other Africa •••••••........ 

Other Asia & Pacific ....... 

Hong Kong ••...•••.••..... 

Philippines .............. 

South Korea .............. 

Other 



Uni t ed States 



Add endum--0 3 EC 



By industry 

Govern men t ..................... 

Individuals, estates, & trusts . 
Petroleum ...................... 

Agriculture ...••••••........... 

Mining ......................... 

Construction ... • .............. . 

Manufacturing .................. 

Transp., conm., & pub. utilities 
Wholesale and retail trade ..... 

Banking ........................ 

Holding companies .........••••• 

Other finance and insurance .... 

Real estate .................... 

Services ....................... 



23,141 
90.283 

81,658 

2,431 

229 

9,936 

14,605 
367 
802 
292 

28,376 

24,619 

8.625 

113 

160 

193 

143 

60 

1,132 

6,677 

146 

5,287 

1,268 

4.094 

1,808 
81 
19 

385 
76/ 
327 
230 

2,286 

430 

263 

1,499 

88 

5 

2,045 
91 

1,954 
580 
236 
900 
106 
131 

1,173 

56 

1,117 

830 

122 

58 

108 

54/ 



3,476 

19,076 

38,41 9 

302 

2,961 

961 

36,237 

1,871 

4,006 

249 

11,070 

2,192 

6,459 

557 



51 



3 73 



191 


16 


5 


52 


17 


52 


49 


182 


54 


1 1 


114 


Z2 


(»> 


118 


2 


116 


47 


8 


50 


1 


1 1 


166 


3 


163 


149 


4 





10 


(0, 


168 



47 
1,735 
(D) 
ID ) 
(D) 



59? 

5 

129 

20 

350 

2U 

163 
3 



ID) 
(0) 



<D) 




75 



(0) 

(0) 



13 


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(D) 

(•J 
(0) 





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122 
15 



434 

<D) 
1 9,825 

928 

(DJ 
109 
1 
8 
1,228 
18 

(D) 



(D) 
( D) 



(0) 
(D) 
<D) 

(DJ 



< D) 
(DJ 



(DJ 
(D) 





(D) 

2,979 
1 
2 


CO) 


<•) 



48 


3 





21 

79 



1.U09 

4,159 

4,270 

53 

1,722 

36 

27,716 

510 

1,170 

1 

5,718 

55 

IS 

51 



2 64 


1 5,246 


1 3,1 72 


<D. 


( D) 


668 


4,132 











4,288 


3,5 36 


2,0 73 





ll 





1 





1 16 


1 ,955 


2 


266 


<D) 


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4 


(D) 









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1.131 
4,1 19 


1 62 


9,648 


(D> 


80« 
(DJ 







5.510 
21 .143 

17,918 

ID) 

57 

4,893 

4,280 

(D) 

355 

74 
2,346 
5.271 

3,225 
24 

1 5 5 
4 2 
5/ 

3 

698 

2,2 54 

35 

2.369 

(0) 

(DJ 

(0) 
5 


85 
(0) 

(DJ 
(DJ 

<0> 
<D) 



2 

4 

<D) 
(0, 

1 12 
(DJ 

60 
(DJ 


2 

(0) 

2 
(DJ 
(DJ 

(D) 



21 
78 



(D) 

3,028 

151 

53 

1.560 

36 

1 8,068 

510 

(D) 

1 

4,914 

(DJ 

18 

51 



7,71 4 

1 5,669 

14,006 

334 

(DJ 

2,146 

3.339 

<DJ 

176 

99 

3,558 

4,201 

1 ,663 

19 
(DJ 

52 
(D) 

1 3 

167 

1,255 

81 

1,575 
99 

1 ,307 

489 

40 

(DJ 
145 

(DJ 
130 
1 1 1 

81a 
290 
136 
371 
21 


1,486 

22 

1,464 

492 

48 

724 

100 

luU 

780 
39 
741 
551 
78 
43 
70 

247 

1,571 



1,361 

8,348 

2,209 

53 

51 

723 
3,310 

16U 
2.377 

154 
2,224 
1,642 
5.9o6 

297 



71 



H0N8ANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table D-12. --Gross Book Value of Property* Plant* and Equipment of Affiliates* State by Use 

[Millions of dollars] 



Agriculture 

and 

forestry 



Natural 
r e sour ces 



Petroleum 
refining 



Manufacturing 



Chemicals 



Cornier Cf • I 

and 
resi dent i al 

1/ 



Other uses 



(1 ) 
3. 



(2) 
3.105 



(3) 
26*8-01 



(4) 

3*05? 

<D) 
<•) 
<*) 
<*) 

(D) 


(•) 

( D) 

4 
J 




(8) 



(9J 

19,512 

<D> 

104 

93 

121 

Co* 

16 

141 

(0) 
?7 
56 

CO* 

(DJ 
651 

<DJ 

(CO 
584 

lt>) 
973 
(.36 
436 

(01 

69 

42 

(£* 

130 

59 

139 

4 

CM 

14? 
43 

540 

26? 
74 
(B* 

144 
(DJ 
(0) 
(B* 

144 
(DJ 

2,379 
(DJ 

79 
(DJ 
CO* 

321 

(DJ 
27 

50 
(DJ 

ID) 

1,387 

1*075 
(DJ 

83 
(DJ 

ID) 

ID) 

22 

221 

891 



Tot a I 



New En gland .... 

Connecticut .. 
Maine ........ 

Massachusetts 
New Hamp shire 
Rhode Island . 
Vermont ...... 



Kideast 

Delaware ............ 

District of Columbia 
Maryland ............ 

New Jersey .......... 

New York ............ 

Pennsylvania 



Great Lakes 
I I 1 1 noi s . 
Indiana . . 
M i ch i gan . 
Ohio .. . .. 
J i sc ons i n 



PI a i ns 

Iowa 

Kansas ...... 

Minnesota ... 
Miss our i 
Nebraska .... 
North Dakota 
S out h Dakota 



Southeast 

A I ab ama ....... 

Arkansas ...... 

Florida ....... 

Georgia ....... 

Kent ucky ...... 

Louisiana ..... 

Mississippi ... 
North Carolina 
South Carolina 
Tennessee ..... 

Virginia ...... 

West Virginia . 



Sou t hw est 
Ariz ona . . . 
New Me* i co 
k I a homa • . 
Texas ..... 



Rocky Mount a i n s 
Colorado ..... 

Idaho 

Mont ana ...... 

U t ah 

Wyoming ...... 



Far west .... 

California 
N e va da 
Oregon . .. . 

W a sh i ng t on 



Alaska ..................... 

Hawaii 

Puerto Rico 

Other territories % offshore 
Foreign 



838 

84? 
964 
748 
256 
332 
271 
276 

373 
476 
398 
638 
743 

• 329 
790 

•591 

• 532 

• 632 

• 510 
.120 

• 797 

• 506 
745 
633 

• 470 

• 463 
261 
823 
110 



30*578 
1 ,8 51 

415 
4*432 
3*359 
1 *196 
6,188 

975 
2*746 
3*869 
2,208 
1*423 
1 ,91 5 

1 7*771 

1*314 

468 

1 .621 

14*367 

3,912 
1*550 
210 
531 
684 
936 

1 7*622 

15*117 

329 

559 

1,617 

8.537 

1*020 
303 

4,879 
900 



iv 



(O) 

(D) 
(•) 



6 

5 

101 

3 



38 

1 

27 

32 

1 74 
92 
22 
8 
31 
22 



25 
13 

43 

13 

2 

5 

1*326 
105 

71 
269 
246 

78 
105 

74 
125 
1 10 

59 

83 
(«) 

340 

39 

12 

9 

279 

1 06 

41 

22 

25 

9 



745 
621 

(D) 
8<. 

<D> 

( D ) 

(D) 

2 
2 



2b 



(DJ 

CD) 

<•) 

(») 

6 

258 





(DJ 

(D) 

32 

220 

1,395 

(DJ 

(D) 

(D) 

(DJ 

1 

1*691 
1 
(D) 
(D) 

29 

36 

639 

54 

4*622 

105 

50 

166 

212 

3?3 

1,728 

557 

18 

(D) 

(D) 

22 
1,076 

4,162 
(D) 
(D) 
582 

3,001 

1*9.92 
411 
62 
395 
413 
712 

(D) 
(D) 

40 
5 

68 

CD) 





4*568 

4 



( D) 
< 0) 



<D> 

< D) 



(D) 
< M 




3 


(D) 

704 
J 
(D) 
(DJ 
(D) 

1 61 
(DJ 



(DJ 
<DJ 



(DJ 
(DJ 



46*487 

2*309 
510 
53 7 
710 
220 
234 
98 

8*106 

245 

2 

950 

2,768 

1,816 

2,325 

7,448 
2,113 
1*034 
1,047 
2,212 
1,043 

2,356 

467 
300 
508 
943 
103 

1 4 

20 

15,208 

1*378 

219 

990 

1*555 

566 

2*643 

1 56 

1* 776 

3*004 

1*540 

684 

699 

5.613 

131 

8 

357 

5.117 

573 

285 

83 

35 

156 

14 

4*336 

3*198 

72 

299 

768 

313 

21 

196 

7 

(•J 



5*913 


429 


(D) 


(DJ 


185 


(DJ 


133 


( »J 


2*579 


89 





1 81 


1*689 


364 


256 


1 .423 


601 


123 


197 


461 


42 


4 72 


1 34 


30 


11 


276 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(DJ 


6,239 


641 


10 


415 


551 


1 34 


2,162 


4 


780 


8 29 


1 91 


182 


340 


4,028 


(DJ 


(DJ 


3.863 


1 u9 


99 


3 


5 


(»J 


5 32 


488 


(»J 


<D) 


(D) 


(DJ 


I •) 



30.573 

1,880 

(D) 

(D) 

525 
(DJ 

101 
98 

5,527 

156 

2 

769 

1,079 
1 ,452 
2,069 

6,025 
1,513 
91 1 
850 
1,751 
1*001 

1*884 
333 

271 
4 97 
666 
(DJ 

( D) 
(D) 

8*970 
736 
210 
575 

1*004 
432 
481 
152 
995 

2*175 

1*349 
502 
3 59 

1,585 
(DJ 

7 
(DJ 
1,254 

464 

186 

81 

33 

1 51 
13 

3,805 
2,71 1 
71 
(DJ 
(0) 

(DJ 

21 

117 

ID) 

(*J 



28,876 

961 
334 
85 
425 
69 
22 
2? 

5,854 
14? 
339 

551 
1,243 
2,804 

769 

3*073 

1,08? 
258 
628 
804 
296 

1,248 

165 

129 

528 

319 

49 

30 

28 

6,135 

1 16 
32 

2.46? 

1,080 
106 
444 
44 
59,' 
335 
324 
491 
104 

4,573 

741 

58 

372 

3*402 

759 
639 
16 
25 
39 
39 

5,344 
4,629 

179 
88 

448 

16 

74 6 

8 J 
80 

4 



72 



NOMflAUn U.S. AFFILIATES 





Table D-13.— 


Gross Book Va I ue 


of Property, Plant/ and Equipment 
Affiliate _W 

trillions of doltarsj 


of Af f i I 


ates. State by Industry o 


f 










Al I 
indus- 
tries 


Mining 


Petro- 
leum 


Manufac turing 


Whole- 
sale 
trade 


Retail 
trade 


Finance, 

e« c e pt 
ban king 


insur- 
ance 


Heal 
estate 


Ot he r 




Total 


Food 
and 
kindred 
prod- 
ucts 


Chemi - 

c a I s and 

al lied 

prod- 

uc t s 


Primary 

and 
fabri- 
cated 
metals 


Machin- 
ery 


Other 

manuf ac- 

t ur i ng 


tries 




(1) 


(2) 


<3> 


(4) 


<5> 


(6) 


(7) 


18) 


<9) 


(10) 


< 11 ) 


C12) 


(13) 


(14) 


<1 5) 




1 27,838 

3,847 
964 
748 

1,256 
332 
271 
276 

16,373 
476 
398 
1,638 
4,743 
5,329 
3,790 

15,591 
4,532 
1,632 
3,510 
4,1 20 
1 ,797 

6,506 
745 
633 
2,470 
1 ,4 63 
261 
82 5 
1 10 

30,578 
1,851 

415 
4,432 
3,359 
1,1 96 
6,188 

975 
2,746 
3,869 
2,208 
1,423 
1 ,915 

17,771 

1 ,314 

468 

1,621 

14,367 

3,912 
1,550 
210 
531 
684 
936 

17,622 

15,117 
329 
559 

1,617 

B,537 

1,020 

303 

4,879 

900 


4,939 

(0) 

5 





(0) 

267 

3 



(0) 

(D) 
240 

(0) 
14 

3 
(D) 

7 
<*) 

1,239 

(• ) 
< • ) 
<D) 

3 
(0) 
<D) 
CO 

1,585 
2 
(D ) 
(0) 
CD) 
CD) 

20 
(• ) 

16 
(•) 
<D) 

28 
1,015 

518 

(D) 
3 
2 

(0) 

630 

1 90 
(D ) 
30 

154 
(D) 

77 

(0) 
(0) 

2 

1 

3 

3 


<D ) 

3 


38,172 

178 
(D) 

55 
(0) 
(D) 

13 
(D) 

76 1 
CO) 

( D) 

(D) 
253 
101 

(D) 

3,867 
1 ,066 
281 
1 ,069 
<D) 
(0) 

1,035 

27 

130 

< 0) 

1 1 1 

6 8 

272 

(0) 

5,116 
(D> 
38 

1 24 

98 
4 1 

3,991 
367 
75 
29 
36 
55 

(D> 

6,435 

37 

235 

700 
5,464 

1 ,639 

342 

39 

371 
303 

584 

(0) 

(D) 
27 
39 

CD) 

ID) 

CD) 

CD) 

4,348 

(D) 


46,691 

2,371 

541 
S4 9 
71 J 
235 
24 7 
87 

8,61)1 

34 9 

9 

973 

3,018 

2,1 34 

2,1 18 

7,343 

1,991 
1,O70 
1,1 74 
2,1 10 
997 

2,585 
499 
327 
590 

992 
84 
64 
29 

1 3,635 
1,022 

226 
1,207 
1,476 

470 
1,446 

361 
1,818 
2,551 
1 ,795 

611 

652 

5,490 
185 
148 
521 

4,636 

801 

312 

121 

92 

1 70 
106 

5,053 

3,833 
83 

309 
828 

(0) 

CD) 

1 94 

CD) 

(D) 


4.262 

152 
57 

41 

30 
(D) 

5 
(0) 

7ii 
1 
( ») 

65 

1 80 
3 14 
t 78 

703 
197 

96 
(D) 
( D) 
133 

184 

( D) 

(D) 

43 
41 

(0) 

(0) 
18 

664 
(D) 

< D) 

65 

87 

81 

10B 

34 

70 

(D) 

23 

26 

1 

745 
2 

< 0) 
CD) 

<D) 

138 

54 
33 
<0) 

< D) 
( ) 

54? 

466 
<D) 
( D) 

55 

1 16 
3 

( 0) 
( D) 




18,327 

578 

82 

(D) 

272 

42 

139 

(0) 

3,747 

200 

3 

226 

2,08? 
687 
54 <. 

1 ,806 
619 
394 
273 
410 
110 

796 

21 6 

85 

48 
373 

55 
<D> 

(0) 

6,647 
582 

(D> 
604 
625 
1 51 
932 

(0) 

1,052 

1,318 
5 53 
270 
354 

3,034 
62 
(D) 
<D> 
2,63 5 

253 
113 
1 1 
(0) 

33 
(0) 

1,276 
1,131 

(D) 
(D) 

90 

CD) 

(D) 

106 
CD) 




6,122 

167 

58 
ID) 

37 
<D) 

22 


1,244 

(D) 

(*) 
245 

(0) 
379 
299 

1,208 

358 

53 

93 

675 

28 

395 
<D) 

9 
( 0) 
273 
7 
(0) 
(0) 

2,022 

CD) 

50 

77 

229 

51 

186 

35 

126 

< D) 

668 

37 

<D) 

483 

21 

1 

65 

397 

55 
23 

<D) 

2 

<D) 

CD) 

540 

291 

9 

10 
230 

CD) 

CD) 

1 

C») 

(•) 


6,547 

47 7 

1/ 1 

40 

167 
(D) 

53 
<D) 

1,139 

1 

5 

61 

239 

292 

5*1 

1,363 
432 
138 
334 
24 
219 

397 
88 
83 

143 
64 
(D) 

< D ) 
C») 

1,479 

78 

44 

146 

123 

129 

97 

< D) 

203 
189 
137 
no 
<t> ) 

537 
30 
16 
48 

44 <. 

173 
67 

1 

(D) 

7o 
( D) 

952 

91 7 

1 

18 

15 

2 

1 

(0) 
CO 

( ) 


1 1,433 

996 
171 
410 
207 
134 
17 
47 

1,734 

(D) 

1 
375 

(D) 
462 
555 

2,263 

385 
389 

(DJ 

(0) 
507 

81 3 
107 

(D) 

(0) 
241 

2 

(•) 
1 

2,822 
318 

46 
296 
412 

79 
122 

63 
366 

502 
41 5 

168 

35 

691 
70 
15 

<D) 

CD) 

183 

75 

<W 

(0) 

28 

5 

1 ,735 

1,027 
(D) 
(D) 
437 

CD) 

5 

( 0) 
C») 



7,215 

319 

1 /v 

8 

107 

4 

3 

17 

1,401 
4 

(0) 

<D> 
521 
404 
334 

908 
463 

42 
205 
157 

40 

262 
36 
55 
72 

50 

4 5 

2 

1 

2,536 

410 

W 

139 

249 

35 

236 

72 

233 

( 0) 

1 29 

149 

(D) 

565 

6 

18 

178 

362 

82 

6U 
(D) 

8 

10 
(0) 

913 
703 
2 
101 
107 

CD) 
17 
25 

CD) 

(D) 


5,202 

246 

65 
(0) 

80 
(0) 

5 

1 5 

1,391 
15 

4 
1 14 

zzz 

667 
3 70 

808 

268 

84 

79 

CD) 

CO) 

255 

37 

20 

70 

1 16 

6 

! 

3 

1,620 

31 

(0) 

329 

330 

150 

137 

13 

273 

78 

46 

176 

(D) 

41 7 
<D) 
ID) 

46 

321 

15 

9 

(0) 

1 
1 

(0) 

365 

351 

5 

1 

8 

3 

52 

CD) 

16 

CD) 


585 

23 

8 
1 

1 1 
1 
1 
(») 

165 

< ») 
(0) 

5 
CO) 
1 1 7 
21 

83 

4 5 

5 

1 3 

(D) 

CD) 

19 
2 
i 
5 

ID) 
ID) 

1 

!•) 

94 

4 

2 
(0) 
(D) 

4 
(0) 

2 
ID) 

3 

5 
(D) 

2 

51 
9 
2 
5 

35 

1 3 
(D) 

1 
1 
2 

< D) 

121 
108 
CO) 

4 
<D) 

CD) 

(DJ 

4 
( •) 
CD) 


1,1 75 

vv 

10 

1 

(0) 

CD) 

( *) 

CD) 

380 
(D) 
(D) 
39 
97 

141 

83 

195 
138 

9 

8 

24 

1 7 

40 

CO) 

1 

(0) 

9 
1 

(•) 
(•) 

138 
6 

2 
40 
57 

2 
CD) 

3 
(D) 

5 

4 
(D) 
(•) 

118 

2 
(•) 
(*) 

1 1 6 

39 

38 
(•) 
( •) 
( •) 
<•) 

1 6^ 
157 
(•) 

3 

4 
( •) 

2 

< •) 

1 
( •) 


16,802 

279 
78 
15 

162 

1 3 
( •) 
1 1 

2,471 

15 

226 

294 

274 

1.417 
244 

82 5 

31 7 

o2 

97 

326 

22 

634 

VI 

20 

342 

117 

25 

(D) 

( D) 

4,246 

74 

31 

2,193 

802 

(D) 

233 

44 

208 

176 

104 

314 
( D) 

3,4-7 

660 

13 

153 

2,620 

552 

480 
(0) 
20 
37 
( D) 

3,876 

3,281 

136 

82 

378 
13 

431 

1 

28 

{ • i 


7,05 6 




CD) 




CD ) 




(0 ) 




1 07 




1 












936 




63 




?4 

61 




324 




(0) 




(D) 




(D) 




212 




73 




(0 ) 




CD) 




CD) 




436 




(D ) 




26 




21 6 




(0) 




20 




CD ) 












(D ) 




6 1 




357 




262 




o9 




1 13 




1 1 4 
















7 i 




5 




730 












1 5 








140 




(D) 




7 








7 




















1 8 


















Other territories & offshore 


41 







73 



HQhBAHK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table D-14.--Gross 



iook value of Property* Plant/ and 
[Millions of dollars} 



Equipment of Affiliates* State by Country of UBO 





All coun- 
tries 


Canada 


Eur ope 


J apan 


Austra- 
lia. 
Ney Zea- 
land. 

and 

South 

Africa 


Latin 
A»er ici 


Middle 
East 


Other- 
Africa. 

Asia. 

and 

Pac i f i c 


Uni ted 
States 


Adden- 




Tota I 




Of yhich-- 






CPEC 




France 


Ger many 


Net her- 
l ands 


United 
Kingdom 


Switzer- 
land 






( 1 ) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


<5) 


<6) 


C7> 18) 


IV) 


C10) 


it 1) 


112) 


(131 


< 14) 


C1 5) 




1 2?, 838 

3/847 
964 
7i8 

1/256 
332 
271 
276 

16/373 
476 
398 
1/638 
4/743 
5,329 
3/790 

15/591 
4/532 
1/632 
3/ 510 
4/120 
1 z79? 

6/ 506 
745 
633 
2/473 
1/463 
261 
823 
1 10 

30/578 
1 /851 

41 5 
4/432 
3.359 
1/196 
6/188 

975 
2/746 
3/869 
2/208 
1 /423 
1 /91 5 

17,771 

1/314 

468 

1 /621 

14,367 

3,912 
1 ,550 
210 
531 
684 
936 

17,622 

15,117 

329 

5 59 

1.617 

8,537 

1 ,020 
303 

4,879 
900 


23,141 

665 

68 

341 

121 

54 

9 

75 

2.287 

64 

13 

421 

206 
1 .121 

462 

3.616 
712 
278 

1 . 580 
443 
634 

3/196 

195 

94 

1 z864 

348 

115 

556 

24 

3/955 
331 
87 
9J9 
494 
273 
528 
172 
295 
75 
ISO 
137 
435 

3/638 
586 
164 
308 

2.550 

1 .672 
654 
46 
160 
242 
571 

3/483 
2/665 

I 14 
222 

4S2 

53 

II 5 
55 

4?6 
7 


90,283 

2/848 
854 
3 72 
982 
222 
253 
166 

1 2.248 

374 
299 
1.028 
3.983 
3.433 
3.131 

1 1,136 
3,424 
1 ,304 
1 ,830 
3,468 
1.1 09 

2.980 
486 
5 04 
586 
978 

96 
253 

77 

2 3.2 54 
1.368 

280 
2.475 
2.249 

853 
5.1 14 

773 
2.336 
3.291 
1.892 
1.1 94 
1 ,427 

12,092 

365 

277 

1.1 86 

10.263 

1,917 
762 
1 25 
350 
365 
315 

10,774 

9,704 

1 52 

295 

624 

(0) 

1 19 
1 65 
<D) 
430 


9,936 

503 
1 59 
(D) 

61 
(D) 

10 
29 

1/844 

(D) 

(0) 
345 
31 2 
392 
604 

1/849 
346 
1 49 
41 1 
604 
339 

434 
35 

203 
85 
50 
1 4 
44 
4 

2*673 
277 

53 
557 
221 

57 
1 50 

67 
105 
770 

85 
182 
1 50 

1 .066 

76 

10 

226 

754 

546 
172 
(D ) 

37 
(0) 

66 

81 5 
4 95 

7 
130 

18 5 

<0> 

4 
36 
CD) 
CD) 


14.605 

693 

198 

(D) 

280 

92 

76 

(0) 

2/470 
31 
4 
268 
753 
572 
841 

2,179 
532 
475 
472 
535 
164 

762 

166 

75 

124 
361 

(D> 

16 
( 0) 

4/722 
276 
49 
634 
431 
195 
675 
210 
446 
890 
228 
317 
571 

2.180 

93 

65 

348 

1/674 

329 

219 

3 

CD) 

34 
(D) 

1/238 

1 /031 

1 7 

70 

120 

(D) 

2 

23 

(D) 
(*) 


28.376 

342 

92 

9 

203 

4 
34 

1 

1.578 
31 

25 
208 
524 

677 

I 12 

2.493 
988 
331 

(D) 
577 

(0) 

53 5 

67 

21 

52 

187 

1 1 

(D) 

(0) 

7,275 

261 

32 

303 

699 

ID) 
CD) 

(D) 
3 52 
539 
477 
147 

(0) 

4,823 

(0) 

(D) 

323 
4,348 

741 

II 5 
<D) 
CO, 

259 
(D) 

6/587 

(0) 

(0) 

34 
(0) 

(D) 

CD) 

CD) 

CD, 

<D) 


24,619 

679 

308 

26 

251 

CO) 

51 
(0) 

3,214 

200 

(D) 

(D) 
615 
954 

1,261 

2.800 
787 
225 
304 

1,109 
375 

614 

1 47 

96 

1 76 

102 

38 

(D) 

CD) 

4,936 
325 

60 
449 
58* 
252 
556 

52 
937 
805 
479 
367 

63 

2.415 

124 

58 

1 58 

2.074 

345 

200 
52 

9 
(0) 

(0) 

(D) 

1.270 
64 
23 

CD) 

l D) 

90 

20 
ID) 

10 


6.677 

2 7J 
54 
(D) 

21 
CD) 
(0) 
1 1 1 

2.207 

CO 

<0) 

CD) 
1.462 
558 

1 1 5 

1,1 74 

401 

SO 

83 

b4T 
99 

2 99 
CD) 

31 

105 
1 16 
19 
CD) 

(•) 

1,690 
212 

CD) 
268 

i 1 

43 

340 

SO 

64 

248 
CD) 
71 
5 

445 

8 

17 

51 

368 

57 
23 
CD) 

6 
CD) 

4 51 
373 

CD) 

CD) 
25 

( •) 

<• ) 

CD) 

CO 

CD) 


5.287 

52 
10 
CD) 

29 
CD) 

2 
3 

559 
CO 

5 

125 

143 

233 

53 

416 

213 
26 
64 

03 
30 

145 
35 
15 
1 1 
42 

CD) 

(D ) 

CO) 

963 
CD) 
32 

67 
141 

9 
CD) 

9 

4 4 

CD) 
87 
17 

CD) 

3d4 

15 

2 

14 

2 73 

2o 
13 
3 
6 
2 
1 

1.778 

1.246 

2 

32 

408 

340 
56 5 
CO) 
51 

l D) 


1.268 

34 
C») 

C«) 
CD) 


CD) 

CD) 

21 1 

C») 

1 

CD) 

53 
CD) 

72 
6 

CD) 

4 

CD) 

CO) 

1 1 

1 

CD) 
( •) 
C*> 

2 
CD) 

336 
CD) 

1 
67 
CD) 

3 
CD) 
CO 
CD) 

4 
CD) 
CO) 
CJ 

404 
CD) 

(D) 
CD) 
69 

37 
20 
CD) 

7 

4 
CD) 

1 22 

112 

1 

1 

8 

CO 

CD) 



CD) 
CD) 


4,094 

1 17 

29 

CD) 
29 
16 

CDJ 

8 

513 

CD) 
34 

CD) 
132 
213 
105 

151 

94 

CD) 

CD) 

30 

1 

74 

CD) 

15 
CO 
2Z 
5 
CD) 



1 ,196 
22 
11 

539 
82 

CD) 
318 

CO) 

26 

CD) 
19 
54 

CO) 

810 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

685 

1 31 

72 

CD) 

2 

9 

CO) 

626 
574 

CD) 

CD) 

1 

CO) 

18 

2 

CD) 

CO) 


2,045 

38 
2 
1 

31 

4 




259 

CO) 

4 4 

33 

55 

86 
CO) 

133 

65 
CO 

(Oj 
(0) 
<D) 

77 

5 


CD) 

65 
CO) 

(*) 

(•) 

607 
CD) 

4 
109 
169 
CD) 
CD) 

2 
22 
o7 
29 
35 


432 
23 

C») 
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409 

75 
CO) 
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29 



394 
382 

CD) 
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CD) 

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57 

CD) 


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CO) 



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CO) 
1 

7 

CO) 




199 





149 

CDJ 

CO 
3 

CD) 

ID) 

3 


CD) 



105 
CO 

1 

CO 

103 

41 

5 

1 
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33 
CO 

401 

392 

4 

3 
2 

CO) 

188 

CD) 




547 

76 
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CO 
CD) 

CO) 
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CD) 

176 
CDJ 
CO 
CD) 
CD) 
CO) 
CD) 

1 1 
CO) 
CDJ 

1 
1 
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5 
CO 

3 
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1 
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68 
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28 
12 

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1 

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(0) 
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15 
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5 









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786 




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9 




307 




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2 




27 




87 




29 




37 









413 




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392 




56 




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74 



NONBANK O.S. AFFILIATES 





Table 0-15. — Gross 


Book va 


ue of Property. Plant, and Equipment of Affiliates, State t 
CM i 1 I i ons of dol I ar s J 


y I nd 


JStry Of UBO 










Al I 
indus- 
tries 


Gov er n- 

men t 


Individ- 
uals, 

estates, 

and 

trust s 


Pet ro- 
leum 


Agr 
cult 


i - 
u re 


Mining 


Con- 

s t r uc- 

t i on 


Manu f ac- 
t u r j ng 


1 r ans - 
porta- 
1 i on. 
commu- 
nica- 
tion. 
and 
publ i c 
ut i I i- 
t ies 


Whole- 
sale and 
retail 
trade 


Ban k in g 


Holding 
compa- 
nies 


ther 
f i nanc e 

and 
insur- 

anc e 


Real 
estate 


Serv- 
ices 




( 1 J 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5 J 


(6J 


(7J 


(8) 


(9) 


( 10 J 


(1 1 J 


(12) 


( 13J 


( 1 4) 


(1 5 J 




127,838 

3,847 
964 
748 

1 ,2 56 
332 
271 
276 

16,373 
476 
398 
1 ,638 
4,743 
5,329 
3,790 

15,591 
4,532 

1 ,632 
3.510 

4,1 20 
1 ,797 

6,506 
74 5 
633 
2,470 
1 ,463 
261 
823 
1 10 

30,578 
1.851 

41 5 
4,432 
3,359 
1.1 96 
6.188 

975 
2,746 
3.869 
2.208 
1.423 
1 .91 5 

17,771 

1.314 

468 

1.621 

14,367 

3,912 
1 ,550 
210 
531 
684 
936 

17,622 

15,117 

329 

559 

1,617 

8,537 

1 ,020 

303 
4,879 

900 


3,476 

I 1 1 
25 

(DJ 

37 
(D) 

3 
(DJ 

754 
(DJ 

II 1 
(D J 

55 
1 16 
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1,165 
126 

(0 ) 

(D J 
212 

(D J 

1 15 
(D ) 
3 

(DJ 
(0 J 
(*> 
(D J 

2 

503 
(DJ 

1 
78 
1 14 
(DJ 

18 
(D) 

3 

(DJ 
(DJ 

18 
(D J 

290 
(D) 
(DJ 
(D) 

208 

87 
(DJ 
<*) 
(D J 

4 
( DJ 

394 
370 
( • ) 

4 

19 
5 

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< o ) 
(D) 


19,076 

71 9 
98 

1 1 5 

271 
84 
14 

136 

2,61 1 

57 

103 

391 

515 

1,057 
488 

1 ,695 
701 
230 
108 
412 
244 

7ft 

1 58 

92 

21 7 

255 

42 

1 9 

26 

5,297 
177 
126 

1 ,826 
626 
134 
563 
357 
457 

424 

235 

334 

36 

3,263 

325 

91 

462 

2,384 

591 
400 
34 
71 
58 
28 

2,973 

2,385 
1 1 9 
1 71 
298 

58 
489 

33 
( D) 
(D) 


38,419 

131 
(DJ 
(DJ 

(D J 
(DJ 
(D) 
(D) 

779 
(0) 
(D) 
!0J 

254 
98 
(DJ 

3,847 
1,064 
2*9 
1,069 
(DJ 
(D) 

1,083 
87 

I 77 
(0) 

II 1 
69 

2.6 5 
(D) 

6,173 
(OJ 
45 

1 14 

99 
376 
3,631 
363 
(D) 
(D) 
92 
59 
(D) 

6,048 

36 

227 

677 

5,109 

1,687 
364 
46 
362 
354 
561 

<D> 

(D) 
23 
39 

(DJ 

(DJ 
<D) 
(D ) 
(DJ 
(D) 


302 

20 
2 

( DJ 

( DJ 





4 




( *J 
( *> 

1 

3 

19 
7 
4 
2 
4 
2 

10 
2 

1 

( «J 

( » J 

7 



1 81 
2 

( 'J 

(D J 
14 
4 

( DJ 

4 

(D) 


1 

( D) 



1 5 



3 



15 

3 

1 

2 




51 

36 



(DJ 

(0) 

( • ) 








2,961 

204 
(0) 
(0) 
(D) 
(•J 

1 
2 

312 

(*) 


(«) 

1 73 
(0) 
( D) 

140 
26 

(D) 
18 
34 

(0) 

331 
(0) 

6 
(DJ 
CD) 
(0) 

2 
(*) 

1.178 
(O) 

3 

64 

224 

101 

(D) 

5 

23 

(DJ 

421 

36 

(0 J 

556 
(0) 

21 
(DJ 

1 59 

1 14 
33 
(0 J 
1 3 

39 
<0J 

77 

45 

19 
(0J 
(DJ 

(0) 



2 

2 

(D) 


■J61 

29 
(0) 

1 
(0) 

1 




97 
(» J 
OJ 
(0J 

54 
(DJ 

2 

96 

21 
(D) 

(D) 
(DJ 



41 
(•J 
OJ 

(D) 
(D J 







242 
<«J 
OJ 

144 
(DJ 

3 
22 
OJ 
(DJ 

1 

2 

1 7 

2 

224 
(0) 

1 
(DJ 

174 

(D J 
(0) 

(•J 


(OJ 
3 

126 
106 

(D) 

(0 J 
1 1 



29 

OJ 

(DJ 




3-6,237 

1,500 
537 
108 
515 

10", 

1 91 

44 

7,372 

210 
5 

4 34 
2,7 94 
1,961 
1 ,968 

5,860 
1,5 36 

642 
1 ,4 78 
1,454 

7 50 

2,4 50 
341 
256 

1 ,3 25 

4-42 

49 
(OJ 
<D> 

1 1 ,056 

1 ,099 

1 41 

421 

1,433 

413 

1,095 

1 20 

1.293 

2,366 

1,2 34 

631 

810 

3,975 

(DJ 

(0) 

165 
3.662 

382 
138 

49 
( DJ 

1 23 
(D) 

2.997 

2.247 

18 

145 

5 87 

(DJ 
26 
177 

300 
(D) 


1.871 

100 
(OJ 
(OJ 

24 
(DJ 
(0) 
CD) 

314 
(D) 
<DJ 

6 

160 

109 

25 

394 

79 
(0) 
(0) 

6 
(D) 

312 
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(D) 
(OJ 

2 
(0 J 
(0) 

2 

261 

5 
25 
36 
21 

2 
ab 

1 

(DJ 

1 

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9 
2 

162 
6 
2 
3 

150 

47 
16 

1 
7 

(D J 

(0) 

229 

205 

6 

3 

16 

3 

30 
1 
(DJ 
(DJ 


4,006 

167 
42 
71 
45 

(DJ 
(0) 

2 

817 

(DJ 

(DJ 
195 
147 
299 
167 

435 

236 
81 
71 
29 
18 

241 

26 
22 

<D) 
1 14 
7 
1 
(OJ 

1,120 

15 

7 

127 

89 
(DJ 
1 79 
18 
141 
(D) 
41 
63 
(D J 

345 
(DJ 
(D) 

66 

256 

43 

25 

4 

5 

9 

(•) 

584 

438 

(« ) 

23 

122 

36 

175 

(D) 

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(DJ 


249 

5 
2 


1 
2 



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60 

u 
( •) 
1 

4 

54 
( * ) 

21 

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(D) 
(DJ 

1 
2 

1 


1 

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78 

(OJ 

1 

(DJ 

(DJ 

( u) 

OJ 
1 

(D) 

3 
2 
1 

( *) 

2a 
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( •) 

(DJ 

I OJ 

1 2 
5 
l«J 
(DJ 
( ») 
(DJ 

30 
28 

2 
( «J 
(*J 



( b> 

(D) 





1 1,07U 

62 5 

1 1 7 

(OJ 
105 
105 
48 

(0 J 

1.584 

(OJ 

<0J 
232 
382 
496 
247 

1.309 
441 
223 
108 
480 
57 

740 
72 
(DJ 
26 
198 
35 
(OJ 
( • ) 

2.729 

163 

62 
759 
54 1 

62 
395 

75 
350 
299 

80 

137 

6 

1.21 6 
75 
1 8 
51 

1.072 

542 

1S1 

(DJ 

20 

72 

(0) 

1.544 
1 .284 
(D J 

1 50 
<OJ 

(DJ 

22 

18 
(DJ 
(DJ 


2,192 

103 

17 

1 

80 

4 
1 

(•J 

579 

(DJ 

(D J 

55 

138 

258 

101 

365 

166 

23 

ZZ 

1 44 
1 I 

63 
(DJ 

3 

(DJ 

20 

4 

1 

( • J 

360 
25 

4 

72 
72 

1 7 

ID) 

3 
43 
18 
21 
28 

(DJ 

284 

25 

2 

14 

243 

(DJ 
48 
1 
1 

(D) 

(DJ 

328 

306 

2 

8 

12 

1 

2 

l •> 

i •) 

(OJ 


6,459 

129 

52 

5 

7Z 


( •) 



939 

(D) 

(0) 

79 

50 

730 

«6 

201 
( DJ 
(DJ 

71 
(DJ 
(DJ 

27S 

( DJ 

1 1 
( DJ 

21 
16 

(D) 

(D J 

1,296 

( D J 

1 

709 

268 

! DJ 

74 

1 

60 

20 

35 

80 



1 ,333 

347 

1 1 

85 

890 

267 

251 
(0 ) 
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2 

( I 1 
(OJ 
74 
4 
259 

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(DJ 


(D) 




557 








1 




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2 








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1 52 




1 




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1 6 








a 








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<D) 




1 




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57 




1 









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1 













1 5 




3 








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2 




















































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(DJ 







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Table 0-16. --Gross Book Value of Property* Plant* and Equipment of Affiliates* State by Country of 

Foreign Parent 



N0W8ANK U.S. AFfJLIA7£5 



[Millions of dollars] 





All coun- 
tries 


Canada 


E u rope 


J apan 


Austra- 
lia, Neu 
Zea- 
land, 

and 
South 
Africa 


Latin 
Amer ica 


M iddie 
fast 


Other 
Africa, 

Asia, 

and 

Paci fie 


Aaoen- 




Total 






Of whi c h- 


- 




0PEC 




France 


Germany 


Nether- 
lands 


Uni ted 
Kingdom 


Suitier- 
land 




J 


( 1 ) 


(2) 


(3) 


I4J 


( 5) 


C6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


(12J 


(13J 


(I4J 




127,838 

3,847 
964 
745 

1 ,256 
332 
271 
276 

16,375 
476 
398 
1,638 
4,743 
5,329 
3,790 

1 5,591 
4,532 
1,632 
5,510 
4,1 20 
1 ,797 

6,506 
745 
633 
2,470 
1 ,463 
261 
823 
1 10 

50,578 
1,851 

41 5 
4,432 
3,359 
1 ,196 
6,188 

975 
2,746 
3,869 
2,208 
1,423 
1 ,915 

1 7,771 

1,314 

468 

1 ,621 

14,367 

3,912 
1,550 
210 
531 
684 
936 

1 7,622 

15,117 

329 

5 59 

1,61 7 

8,537 

1,020 

305 
4,879 

900 


19,181 

628 

116 

334 

77 

33 

8 

60 

1 ,925 

28 

13 

242 

1 64 

1,003 

475 

3,486 
599 
255 

1,722 
373 
536 

2,794 
1 55 

1 26 
1 ,843 

326 
(0) 
(0) 
20 

3,1 10 

(0) 
69 
708 
355 
241 
456 

(D) 
183 

(0) 
1 37 
72 

(0) 

3,049 
542 
140 
457 

1,911 

1 ,356 
572 
37 
180 
200 
378 

2,098 

1,490 

77 

168 

363 

49 

1 64 

(0) 

(D) 

(D) 


88,864 

2,850 
7 59 
378 

1,023 
255 
254 
181 

1 1 ,370 
430 
234 
1,14 1 
3,265 
3,295 
3,006 

10,680 
3,250 
1,109 
1,675 
3,442 
1 ,205 

5,006 
484 
406 
568 
780 
125 

( D) 

(0) 

22,112 
1,559 

2 53 
2,444 
2,533 

868 
5,003 

791 
2,333 
2,556 
1 ,861 
1,164 
1,167 

12,143 

650 

2 78 

1 ,034 

10,201 

2,158 

778 
145 
326 
393 
497 

1 1,652 

10,44 7 

181 

338 

68 7 

(0 ) 
186 
153 

(0 ) 
161 


5,887 

191 

141 

2 

20 

1 

(D) 

(D) 

1,357 

CD) 

(D) 
319 
217 
196 
442 

1 ,339 
273 
107 
214 
414 
330 

264 
( D) 
1 30 
66 
29 
(D) 
(D) 
( • ) 

1,558 

192 

35 

449 

128 

54 

1 12 

39 

51 

46 

42 

60 

1 50 

628 
( 0) 
( D) 

26 

529 

212 

128 

3 

(D) 

19 
CD) 

456 

273 

3 

35 

1 44 

CD) 

4 
CD) 
(D) 
(•> 


12,718 

586 

105 

(0) 

272 

87 

76 

( D) 

2,225 
31 
4 
264 
697 
549 
680 

1 ,874 
476 
287 
471 
482 
157 

51 2 

1 57 

47 

1 14 

160 
(0) 

1 5 
(D) 

4 ,1 73 
274 
42 
598 
376 
198 
669 
208 
380 
778 
201 
300 
153 

1 ,876 

92 

65 

347 

1 ,373 

305 

21 2 
3 
(D) 

1 7 
CD) 

1 ,145 

945 

1? 

69 

1 13 

C *> 

2 

10 

3 

( •) 


45,342 

615 

132 

1 1 3 

278 

37 

37 

1 7 

2,620 
70 
28 
571 
763 
794 
592 

4,15 5 

1,546 

472 

652 

1,492 

193 

1,127 

102 

70 

(D) 

251 

55 

(D) 
69 

8,878 
304 
61 
640 
990 
310 

(D> 
41 1 
543 
558 
540 
254 

(0) 

6,450 
355 
1 57 
496 

5,454 

1,287 

261 

(0) 

(D) 
339 
373 

8,074 

7,561 

91 

91 
330 

(D) 

1 50 

1 

(0) 

CD) 


14,481 

9S0 

293 

(0) 

288 

95 

50 

(D) 

2,884 
198 

(D) 

(0) 
571 

1,036 
908 

1,691 
556 
11 1 
237 

4^1 
367 

530 

136 

83 

181 

94 

27 

9 

1 

4,579 
290 
54 
460 
603 
237 
2<.8 

(0) 
950 
818 
467 
574 

(D> 

1,955 
98 
29 
83 

1,745 

219 

130 
(0) 
14 
2 
(0) 

1,502 

1,260 

65 

116 

61 

1 
24 

61 
(D) 
(D) 


5,471 

284 
51 
(0) 
27 

CD) 

60 
1 10 

1,466 

CD) 

( •) 

CO) 
71 1 
508 
1 74 

1 ,1 60 

369 

56 

82 

548 

1 IJ4 

335 

(D) 
CD) 
129 
1 1 3 
15 
2 
( •) 

1 ,451 
268 

20 

65 

s« 

28 

( D) 

36 

79 

322 

(D) 

67 

5 

264 
(0) 
10) 
53 

199 

48 

24 

(D) 

1 
2 

(0) 

281 

241 

3 

1 i 
25 

( ») 

(*) 

55 

(D) 
(0) 


5,248 

52 

10 

(0) 

28 

5 

(0) 

3 

549 
(») 
(D) 

(D) 
143 
233 

42 

4 16 

213 

(D) 

(0) 

83 

30 

145 
35 

1 5 
11 

42 
(D) 

1 
(0) 

953 

(DJ 

52 

67 

140 

9 

CDJ 

9 
39 
(0) 
(DJ 

17 
CD) 

286 

12 

2 

14 

259 

26 
13 

3 

6 

2 
1 

1,778 
i ,246 
CD) 

CD) 
4 98 

340 

564 

( 0) 

51 
(D) 


266 

4 
(*) 


3 

1 


29 


1 

(0) 

2 

(D) 

21 
2 
(D) 
(DJ 
( •) 

5 

2 


1 

(*) 




1 

67 

1 

( •) 
26 

(D) 

3 
5 


(D) 
2 

( •) 

(D) 



ho 
2 



(•) 

54 

4 
3 

1 




101 
93 

O 
(*) 

7 

( •) 

1 



I •) 


13,431 

296 

78 

(D) 

1 1 1 

39 

(D) 

32 

2,367 
17 

125 

118 

1,111 

74 7 

246 

869 

436 

229 

39 

21 

544 

67 
66 
47 
308 
16 
1 o 
3 

4,231 
1 15 

61 
1,154 

46? 
76 

(0) 

(D) 
175 
890 
116 
105 

(0) 

2,151 

122 

48 

1 1? 

1,865 

34? 

1 7. 
27 
17 
69 
60 

1,7S0 

1,608 

6* 

20 

58 

(DJ 

t>1 
40 
13 
(D) 


377 471 

(OJ (D) 

1 

1 (*) 

(D) (D) 


(D) 


75 58 
(•J 
(DJ U 
(0) (•) 
29 (D) 
14 35 
(D) 

(DJ (DJ 
(DJ (D) 
(•) 
(0) (») 
(D) (D) 


5 1 1 

4 



7 
5 
(»J 
(«) 

27 76 




11 21 
(•J (D) 

(*) 
(»J (-) 

(DJ 

4 (DJ 
(»J (*J 
(DJ O 
(JJJ 1 



88 15 

5 (*) 

1 

(•J O 

83 14 

18 1 2 

(DJ (DJ 



(•) 

(DJ (DJ 

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77 165 
68 1 63 
(DJ (»J 
(DJ 1 

2 1 

J (DJ 
43 
2 
29 
(DJ 


392 








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2 












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29 




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(D) 














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5 









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5 









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80 














65 




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2 




(») 




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(DJ 









80 




5 




O 









75 




18 




(DJ 














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61 




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2 














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.__.._-.— 



76 



NONdANK U.S. AFFILIAltS 



Table D-17. --Gross Book Value of Property/ Plant* and Equipment Used for Agricultural and forestry 
Purposes by Affiliates* State by Industry of Affiliate 



[Millions of dollars] 



Oth 



industries 



Agr i culture* 

forestry* and 

fishing 



Manufac - 
t u r i ng 



Whol esa le 
trade 



Real estate 



industries 



< 2) 



Tota I 



527 



New England .... 

Connecticut .. 
Maine ........ 

Massachusetts 
New Hampsh ire 
Rhode Island . 
Vermont ...... 



(D) 
(0) 
<•) 



(0) 

(D) 
(0) 

( •) 



CD) 

( •) 



Mideast 

Delaware ............ 

District of Columbia 
Maryland ............ 

New Jersey .......... 

New York ... 

Pennsylvania ........ 



Great Lakes 
I I 1 1 noi s . 
I n di ana . . 
M i ch i gan . 

Ohio 

W i sc ons i n 



Plains ........ 

Iowa ........ 

<ansas ...... 

Minnesota ... 
M i ssour i . . . . 
Nebraska .... 
North Dakota 
South Dakota 



101 

3 



38 

1 

27 

32 

174 
92 

8 
31 
22 

144 
44 
25 
13 
43 
13 

5 







21 





84 

50 

8 

3 

15 

9 

80 

It. 

12 

3 

27 

1 1 



23 




5 



(•) 
<D) 

(D) 



<D) 
(D) 



2 
3 
2 

14 
2 
2 



< D) 
<D> 
(») 



(D) 



(D) 

( • ) 



<D* 

( • ) 



( •; 



26 
3 


14 



(D* 
(0) 

(D) 



65 
33 



48 

18 
10 



(D) 
(D* 



( •) 
(D) 



( •) 



Sou t heast 

A I abama ....... 

Arkansas ...... 

Florida ....... 

Georgia ....... 

Kentucky ...... 

Louisiana ..... 

Mississippi ... 
North Carolina 
South Carolina 
Tennessee ..... 

Virginia ...... 

West Virginia . 



1*326 
105 

71 
269 
246 

78 
105 

74 
125 
i lu 

59 

83 
<«) 



4 77 

12 
48 
79 
1 14 
69 
28 
40 
24 
24 

6 
35 





301 

(0) 


(D) 
(0) 
<«) 
I D) 

3 
(0) 
<D> 
(D) 

6 

J 



160 
ID) 
(») 
(D) 



<D) 



<DJ 



383 
(D J 
22 
103 
(D) 

9 

34 

27 

1 1 

(0) 

(0) 

42 
(•) 






Southwest ... 
Ariz ona 
New Mex i c o 
k la homa . . 
Texas .•••• 



Roc k y Moun tains 
Colorado ..... 

Idaho ........ 

Mont ana ...... 

Utah 

Wyoming ...... 



340 

39 

12 

9 

2 79 

106 
41 
22 
25 

) 



1 75 
27 

10 

1 

1 38 



1 3 
6 
5 



( 0) 
<D> 



(0) 

I •) 
( D ) 
(») 



142 
ID) 

3 

<D> 
128 

62 
28 



(D) 
(0) 



(D) 
(D) 



( •) 



Far west .... 
C a li f or n i a 
Neva da .... 
Oregon 
Wash l ng t on 



745 

621 
<D) 

84 
(D) 



2*4 
223 



7 

14 



<DJ 
(0) 



CD* 

(D* 



286 

260 
(0) 
<D> 
12 



(D) 
(D) 



Alaska .••••••.............. 

Hawaii ..................... 

Puerto Rico 

Other territories & offshore 
Foreign .................... 



(D) 

( 0) 



[I 



77 



N0N8ANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table D - 1 P . 



■-Gross Book Value of Property* Plant* and Equipment Used for Agricultural and forestry 
Purposes by Affiliates* State by Country of UBO 



[Millions of dollars] 



All coun- 
tries 



Europe 

Of which- 



Germany 



Nether- 
lands 



Uni ted 

Kingdom 



Switzer- 
land 



Aust ra- 
ti a* 
New Zea- 
land * 

and 

South 

Africa 



Latin 
Aner i ca 



Middle 
East 



Other 
Afri ca* 

Asia* 

and 

Paci f ic 



Una ted 
States 



Adden- 
dum-- 
OPEC 



(4 J 

202 
(0) 



(5) 
519 



(6) 
1 JJ 



(8) 

450 

5 
2 
3 







23 

12 

3 



I 3 


1 
5 
6 
2 



194 
(*) 
13 
38 
48 
29 

I I 
25 

<D) 

1 1 
IDJ 




52 
(D) 
(0) 
<*) 



( 1 J 



(11 ) 

3 73 

2 




u 
(«) 


2 

5 



4 
(») 

2 


29 

2? 
(•) 


J 
1 

19 
] 

11 




(12) 
1 18 



(13J 

166 



Tot a I 



New England .... 

Connecticut .. 
Maine ........ 

Massachusetts 
"J e w Hamp shire 
Rhode Island . 
Vermont ...... 



Mdeast ............... 

Delaware ............ 

District of Columbia 

Ma ry land 

New Jersey .......... 

New York ... . .. 

Pennsylvania ........ 



Great Lakes 
Illinois . 
I n ai ana . . 
M i ch igan . 

Ohio 

W i sc ons l n 



Plains ........ 

low a 

<ansas ...... 

Minnesota ... 
Miss our i 
Nebraska .... 

North Dakota 
South Dakota 



Southeast 

Alabama 

Arkansas ...... 

Florida ....... 

Georgia 

< e nt uck y 

Louisiana ..... 
Mississipoi ... 
North Carolina 
South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Virginia ...... 

west Virginia . 



Sou t hw est . 
Ariz ona . 
New Mex i c 
Ok la homa 
Texas 



floe k y noun tains 

Colorado 

Idaho 

Montana 

Utah 

W y om i ng ...... 



Far we St .... 
C a 1 1 f orn i a 
Nevada 
Oregon . . . . 
w" a sh i ngt on 



Alaska 



352 



Hawaii 

Puerto Rico ................ 

Other territories 4 offshore 
Foreign 



CD) 

(D) 

( O 

6 

5 

101 

3 



38 

1 

27 

32 

1 74 
92 
22 
8 
31 
22 

144 
44 
25 
13 
43 
13 
2 
5 

1 *325 
105 

71 
269 
246 

78 
105 

74 
125 
110 

59 

83 
( •) 

340 

39 

12 

9 

279 

106 

41 

22 

25 

9 



745 
621 

(D) 

84 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

2 
2 



10 


I 







19 





(D) 
(*> 
CD) 
(D) 



( *) 

( *) 

4 
ID) 
(0) 

1 
( ■>> 

128 
(0) 
(D) 
< 0) 
10 
1 
( D) 

5 

(0) 

1 


2 





22 

l 1 



( D) 

135 

105 



cd; 

<0) 

LI 
I) 

D 




(0) 
(D) 
(*) 



73 
3 



24 

1 



(D) 
<D) 



1 33 
62 
21 
4 
27 
18 

102 

41 
11 

9 

29 

7 

1 



905 
24 
57 

1 30 

1 95 
40 
69 
66 

109 

99 

58 

58 

(* > 

184 

16 
(D) 
(D) 
1 52 



60 
24 



<*) 
<D) 

518 
433 

( D) 
<D> 
12 



(0J 



( • ) 
(D) 



(DJ 
(D) 



1 
1 
5 

I! 




7 1 



) 

43 

9 

2 



1 5 




1 5 

8 
1 
5 

1 




77 


1 








( ») 



4 r V 

3 


19 



(*> 
(DJ 
(D) 



77 
29 
14 

24 
10 

56 

32 

5 

2 

1 2 
1 

4 

164 

i 8 
10 
61 
2 
12 

1 4 
1 

1 4 

3 
29 





14 

1 1 

2 




105 

102 





3 







( • ) 



ID) 
(0) 

<») 



4 




3 

3 
J 

3 
3 



39 





(0) 
(DJ 



( • ; 



( • ) 
(»J 



(0) 
<D) 



CD) 

<D) 



(0) 
(D) 



(• ) 
I • > 






( • I 
(*) 



264 
17 

2 
14 

46 



(D) 
(D) 



(0) 
CD) 
(*) 





o 

54 
54 


) 







rj 
o 



21 
5 



S 


ID) 



136 

1 19 
<D> 

4 
<D) 





0. 



o 



(** 
<•) 



2 



2 



1 7 




(0) 

ID ) 



(*) 



(0J 
IB) 



1 71 



It; 



91 
19 



10) 

3 
163 
(DJ 

i') 

6 


106 

id; 

ID) 
(») 
84 

9 
3 
5 
1 



31 
31 


> 



a 
o 





Ll 



I •) 



ID) 
ID) 
CD) 





2 

I 

18 


8 



8 






L 



16 

16 



O 



u 


2 



u 



(DJ 

<DJ 









5 








LI 


























4 

















1 


2 





2 

























2 








(»J 







(•J 


















































' 














1 


3 


(»J 


1 











3 


G 























a 

















(»J 


(»J 




(DJ 


138 





a 


CD J 








(DJ 


6 





51 




(DJ 


(DJ 


L 


(DJ 


It) 








a 

















2 


1 





(DJ 

















19 











13 





10 











a 

















13 





10 


12 


1 


1 


3 


J 


1 













1 


1 


9 


a 














17 


4 


1 1 


15 


4 


1 1 





a 





3 








































a 


2 









73 



NONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table D-19. — Gross Book 



Value of Properly* Plant* a 
♦filiates. State by Induslr 



nd Equipment Used for Manufacturing by 
y of Affiliate 



[Millions of dollars) 



leal Other 
itate i nd us - 



Al I 
indus- 
tries 



Pe t r o- 

l eum 



Manufac luring 



Food 

and 

kindred 

prod- 
ucts 



C hem i - 
c a I s and 
al I ied 
prod- 
ucts 



Primary 

and 
fabri- 
cated 
metals 



Ma c h i n- 
e ry 



Ot her 

manufac- 
turing 



whole- 

sale 
trade 



Retai I 

trade 



F i nance* 

except 
bank i ng 



Insur- 
ance 



(2) 
92 
5 



(3> 
CD) 

< D) 

ID) 



(5) (6) 

2*615 14,986 



(?) 

5*509 



(13) 
3*347 



(1 5) 

88 



Tota I 



New England .... 

Connecticut .. 
Maine ........ 

Massachusetts 
New Hampsh i re 
Rhode Island . 
V ermont ...... 



Mideast 

Delaware .... 
District of C 
M a ry I and 
New Jersey . . 

New York . 

P e nn sy I van i a 



Great Lakes 
I I I i noi s . 
I n di ana . . 
M i ch i gan . 

Ohio 

Wise ons i n 



46*487 

2*309 
510 
537 
710 
220 
234 
9 8 

8*106 

245 

2 

9 50 

2.768 

1 *816 

2*325 

7*448 
2*113 
1*034 
1 *047 
2*212 
1*043 



(D ) 



(0) 

(D) 



( D) 
(D) 



( • ) 
(* ) 



CO) 

469 
<t>) 

38 
(D) 
(D) 

3 



38*452 

2*129 
431 
533 
632 
218 
233 
83 

7*315 

234 

2 

927 

2*494 

1,71 7 

1 ,943 

6*526 
1*804 

963 
1*007 
1*820 

933 



1UI 
52 
40 
26 



< o ) 

569 
(») 

< *) 

61 
161 
1 86 
161 

610 

170 

90 

(D ) 

(0) 
1 1 9 



512 

63 

(D) 

238 

39 

129 

(D) 

3*097 

(D) 



( 0) 

1,728 
545 
4 93 

1,538 
547 
341 
2 53 
308 
90 



162 

57 
<D) 

34 
(D) 

ZZ 


1*208 

(D) 



(D) 
202 
368 
287 

1*126 

342 

46 

85 

626 

27 



5* 273 

377 

114 
40 
137 
(£> ) 

51 
(£) 

947 

1 

2 

54 

182 

215 

494 

1*204 
394 
121 
322 
171 
197 



93 7 
1 44 
396 
197 
129 
25 
46 

1*494 
1 

(*) 
360 
222 
403 
508 

2*047 
351 
365 

(0) 
(D) 
499 



156 

74 

3 

ID) 

2 

1 

(D) 

541 
(0) 
(*) 

(D) 

21 1 

44 

268 

322 

1 78 
27 

28 
<D) 

l 0) 



1 

1 





o 

1 48 





(0) 
CD) 
CD) 
(0) 



CD) 

(») 



<D) 
(I I 



<• / 
(D) 
<D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
CD) 



Plains 

Ioua ........ 

Kansas ...... 

Minnesota ... 
Miss our i 
Nebraska .... 
North Dakota 
Sout h Dakota 



2*356 
467 
300 
508 
943 
103 
14 
20 



<*) 

( • ) 



2 4 



CD) 
CD) 



(D ) 
CD) 



2*191 
453 
26? 
472 

909 

65 

4 

20 



122 



( D) 
(D) 



22 

36 



(D) 



630 

185 

71 

1 7 

315 

41 

1 

1 



3 59 
(0) 



1 
269 



( D) 



299 

86 

50 

103 

5-4 

3 

3 

CO 



781 
CD) 

(D) 
328 
236 

(D) 

(*) 

1 



137 
(0) 
(0) 
34 
30 
( 0> 
CD) 

1 



(• ) 



Southeast ....... 

A I abania ....... 

Arkansas ...... 

Ft or ida ....... 

Georgia ....... 

Kentucky ...... 

Louisiana ..... 

M i ss issi ppi 
North Carolina 
South Carolina 
Tennessee ..... 

Virginia 

West Virginia . 



15,208 

1 *378 

219 

990 

1 .555 

566 

2*643 

156 

1 *776 

3.004 

1.540 

684 

699 



37 



2 



( D) 
(D) 

(D ) 



CD) 

< D) 
<»> 
CD) 

( D) 
CD) 



1 1 *6A3 
9114 
1 91 
910 

1.319 
447 

1*170 
127 

1,581 

(D) 

1*452 
562 

(D) 



480 

(D) 

(D) 

( D) 
65 
78 
51 

(D) 
52 

(D) 
21 
18 

( *) 



5,698 
494 
20 
431 
552 
123 
810 
6 
901 

1*204 
540 
263 
35 3 



1 ,700 
20 
49 
55 
227 
(0) 
185 
25 
112 
(D) 
410 
36 
<D) 



1 *24l 

68 

37 

110 

105 

128 

18 

(0) 

180 

181 

119 

90 

(0) 



2 *523 

(D) 

(D) 

< D) 
370 

(I>) 
105 
59 
336 
420 
3 6 I 
154 
35 



1*555 

(D) 
28 
63 
55 
26 

(D) 
25 
137 

(D) 
85 

( D> 

(0) 



( • ) 
CD) 
<D> 



CO) 
C« ) 



1 ! 





(D) 
(D) 



( *) 
(D) 



(• ) 
CO 



Southwest 
Arizona 
New Men i co 
Oklahoma .. 
Texas ..... 



5*613 

131 

8 

357 

5*117 



(0) 
( .) 

< 0) 



3*786 

129 

7 

226 

3*423 



38 
2 

1 
5 

30 



2*483 
(D) 

co 

(D) 
2*328 



433 

9 



46 
376 



271 

27 
( • ) 
16 
228 



562 
(0) 

5 
(D) 

462 



CD) 
(*) 

( «) 
128 

( D) 



Pocky Moun tains 
C o lo rado 
Idaho ........ 

Mont ana ...... 

Ut ah 

Wyoming ...... 



573 

285 

83 

35 

156 

1 4 



53 



CD) 



486 

222 

79 

32 

150 
4 



( D) 
CD) 
<D) 
CO 
CD) 



115 
64 

(0) 

(D) 
25 

CO 



22 
2 

1 



126 
(D ) 
CO 

co 

(D) 
2 



150 
56 

57 
( D) 
(0) 

2 



33 

I 
1 
1 
2 



(D) 



Far West 
California 
N e va da • .. . 

Oregon . . . . 
4 a sh i ng t on 



Ala ska 



Hawaii ..................... 

Puerto Rico ................ 

Other territories & offshore 
Foreign .................... 



4,336 

3*198 

72 

299 

768 

313 

21 

196 

7 

CO 



( D) 
CD) 



3*873 

2*873 

72 

215 

713 

293 

18 

186 
5 

(•> 



421 
351 

(D) 

(D> 
50 

115 

2 

CD) 

2 





784 

713 

3 

39 

3D 

CD) 

<D ) 

100 
3 

(j 



481 
249 



216 
( •) 
CD) 

1 
CO 
CO 



805 

782 

1 

11 

1 1 



CO 
CO 



1 ,382 
778 
(0) 
(D) 

407 

CD) 



(D) 
CO 



299 
173 

( •) 
74 
52 

(D) 



16 




1 8 

1 6 

U 

U 

2 



-1 



WONBANk u^S, AFFILIATES 



-c?0„ --Gross Book value of Property* Plant* and Equipment Used 
Af filiates* State by Country of UBO 



for Manufacturing by 



LMillions of dollars] 





All coun- 
tries 


Canada 


E urope 


Japan 


Aust ra- 
l i a. 

New Zea- 
land, 

and 

South 

Africa 


cat in 

Aff.fr i c a 


Middle 
East 


Other 
Africa, 

Alia* 

and 

Paci f i c 

C13J 


uni ted 
States 

C1 4j 


Adden- 




Iota I 


Of which-- 


OPEC 




Franc e 


Germany 


Nether- 
lands 


Uni ted 
K i ngdom 


Switzer- 
land 






(1 ) 


C2) 


(3) 


(4 ) 


(5) 


(6) 


C7) 


C8) 


C9) 


CIO) 


CI 1 ) 


112) 


CI 5 J 




46,487 

2,309 
510 
537 
710 
220 
234 
98 

8,106 

245 

2 

950 

2,768 

1 ,816 

2,325 

7,448 
2,113 
1 ,034 
1,047 
2,212 
1,043 

2,356 
467 
300 
508 
943 
103 
14 
20 

15,208 

1 ,378 

219 

990 

1 ,555 

566 

2,643 

156 

1,776 

3,004 

1 , 540 

684 

699 

5,613 

1 31 

8 

357 

5,117 

573 

285 

83 

35 

156 

14 

4,336 

3,198 

72 

299 

768 

313 
21 

196 
7 

( * ) 


5,774 

344 

34 
( 0) 
73 
29 

8 
(0) 

893 
1 
2 

204 
93 

369 

225 

1 ,092 
311 
112 
255 
195 
220 

700 
134 

( D) 
279 

CD) 

(D) 

( D) 

7 

1 ,457 
(0) 
( 0) 

85 
256 

97 

< D) 

41 
165 

59 
117 

43 

< D) 

337 

(0) 

2 
( 0) 
253 

86 
34 
19 

( D) 
21 

( D) 

8 18 

5?0 
(0) 

127 
( D) 

5 

( D) 

( DJ 





36,388 

1,835 
475 
331 
554 
1 76 
223 
76 

6,644 
244 
(') 

61 7 
2,4 94 
1,285 
2,003 

5,995 

1,651 

890 

742 

1,958 

7 53 

1,525 
295 
267 
222 
681 
54 

< D> 

(D) 

1 2,735 

1 ,321 

1 40 

817 

1,147 

463 

2,494 

107 

1,562 

2,556 

1 ,326 

629 

4 74 

4,907 

61 

6 

248 

4, 591 

401 

1 98 

61 

ID) 

1 06 
(0) 

2,219 
1,767 
CD) 

( D) 
259 

(D) 

9 

108 

CD) 

(*) 


5,561 

41 4 
1 1 9 

(D) 
51 

(D) 

(0) 

(0) 

1,114 

(0) 

CO 
286 

(D) 
145 
41 5 

1,326 

198 
1 29 

(0) 
575 

(D ) 

1 74 
(D) 
(D) 
28 
1 2 
CD) 
( • ) 
CO 

1,486 

1 71 

31 

1 88 

104 

46 

80 

<D> 

56 
<D) 

29 
30 
CD) 

360 
(D) 
I • ) 
(D) 

31 7 

108 

46 
(0) 
<D) 

10 
(») 

5 54 

347 

2 

66 

1 39 

(D) 

1 
(D) 


(•) 


8,412 

509 

1 10 

CD) 

214 

84 

CD) 

2 

1,500 

(0) 



CD) 
368 
268 
693 

1 ,383 
281 

(61 

273 

348 

479 

120 

38 

47 

270 

3 

1 



3,350 
210 

(0) 

376 

91 

1 64 

480 

CO) 
21 6 
738 
196 
195 

(D> 

1 ,051 
<0) 

2 
<D> 
889 

50 
14 

I •) 

(D) 

CD) 

CO 

i64 

261 

4 

62 

38 

CO 

1 
22 

3 
CO 


6,634 

CD) 

(»; 
(D) 
79 

1 
CD) 

3 

547 

18 

CO 

92 

205 

1 57 

74 

791 

276 
CD) 
35 

230 
(0) 

130 

(0) 

3 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 




2,838 

(0) 

(D) 

29 
CD) 

5 
(0) 

3 
180 
233 
CD) 
CD) 

1 

(D) 

1 
3 

CO 

CD) 

107 

CD) 
3 


CD) 

3 

408 

403 

J 

< o 

C») 



1 

3 


3 


8,807 

344 
160 
(D) 

85 
19 
45 
CD) 

1,406 

CD) 

( *) 

CD) 
302 
364 
599 

1,069 
341 
78 
215 
268 
167 

326 

9e 

44 
CD) 

59 
CD) 


4 

3,460 
294 

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97 

407 
201 
180 

CD) 
302 
697 
380 
293 

CD) 

1 ,4 59 

16 

3 

45 

1 ,394 

92 

74 
(D) 
CD) 
(*) 

1 

62 9 

538 

23 

13 

54 

CD) 

CD) 

16 
CO 




4,209 

168 
CD) 
CD) 

16 
CO) 
(D) 
41 

1,637 

CO 



22 

1,306 

267 

43 

921 

243 
39 

(0) 

<D) 
34 

194 
CD) 
CD) 
37 

108 
CD) 

C .) 
CO 

949 

CD) 

<D) 

14 

18 

9 

311 

15 

37 

195 

81 

50 

5 

1 10 

c*> 
1 
8 
101 

10 
(D) 
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C«) 
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1 71 

1 49 
CO 

(0) 
CD) 



c<) 

49 

(• ) 




2,635 

17 

CO 

4 
7 

CD) 

CO 

(D) 

251 





CD) 

CD) 
83 
21 

217 

99 

CD) 
32 
44 

CD) 

87 
CD) 
CD) 
<D I 
CD) 
CD) 


CD) 

702 
CD) 
CD) 
1 1 

112 
CD) 
C O 

CD) 

28 
CD) 

66 
CD) 
CD) 

147 
CD) 


CD) 

135 

3 

1 
2 

CO 



870 
CD) 


CD) 

I D ) 

297 

( D) 
ID) 





535 

CD) 




CD) 


2 


CD) 




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CD) 
CD) 
13 

50 
<•) 
CD) 

3 
CO 
CD) 

CD) 


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CD) 




1 

93 

CD) 



CD) 

CD) 





CD) 



CD) 

3 


104 
2 

CD) 
CD) 

14 
CD) 




(D) 



CD) 
67 




CO) 



1 







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62 

CD) 

27 
CDJ 


CO 

136 




CD) 

CD) 
35 
60 

42 
CD) 
CO 

CD) 
CD) 



CD) 

CO) 




CD) 

CO 



J 

194 
CD) 


CD) 
CO) 


CO) 


CD) 
CD) 
<D> 
CD) 
CD) 

0« 
4 
CO 
CD) 
CDJ 

CD) 

CD) 






c») 

(DJ 
CD) 


C») 

1 




C •) 





154 









3 


C») 

2 
1 


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CD) 


CD) 
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CD) 










19 





c«> 

CD) 

CD) 


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CD) 




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2 



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CD) 

co 



CD) 



25 

25 
CO 




CD) 







73 

CD) 




CD) 


1 


CD) 





1 

CD) 



4 
3 

2 



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2 




CO) 




CD) 

CO 

CDJ 




i 







CO 




CO 

CD) 

1 

1 

CO) 



12 

12 
CO 










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CD) 




CO) 

a 




CDJ 




CO 

CO 

CDJ 

4 

CO 

CO 






C •) 






CO 



CO) 





CO 




CDJ 

CO 






4 




4 








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l o 
CO 


CO 





2 





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c 













































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80 



NONBANK u-S- AFFILIATES 



Table D-21.- 



■G ro ss 8ook Value 
Purposes 



of Property* Plant / and Equipment 
by Affiliates* State by Industry 

[Millions of dollars] 



Used for Commercial and Residential 
of A tf i liate jy 



Whole- Reta i 



Al I 
indus- 
tries 



Mining 



Petro- 
leum 



Manufac turing 



Food 
and 
kindred 
prod- 
ucts 



Chemi- 
cals and 
allied 
prod- 
ucts 



Primary 

and 
fabri- 
cated 
me t a I s 



Machin- j other 
€ r y 



manufac- 
turing 



sale 
trade 



I 
trade 



financei 

except 
banking 



Insur- 
ance 



Real 
estate 



Ot her 

indus- 
tries 



C2) 

39 



(3) 

2,14 5 

64 
<D> 



CO 

2,698 



(5) 

145 



<6) 



(7) 



(8) 

432 



C9) 

61 4 



C1 0) 
1 ,849 



C12) 
21)6 



(13) 

1 ,086 

75 
(0) 

1 

(0) 

a>) 

i -j 

CD) 

3S0 

ID) 

ID) 

39 

92 

126 

79 

185 
135 



24 
15 



CD) 

8 
CO) 

co 

i •) 

122 
CO) 

2 

38 

46 

2 

4 

3 

3 

(0) 



1 1 6 
1 
CO 
I O 

1 14 

39 

38 
C •) 
CO 
CO 

I • > 

162 
155 
O) 

3 
4 



CI 4) 
14,265 



CI 5) 
2,25 3 



Tota I 



New England 

C onnec t i c j t .. 
Maine ........ 

Massachusetts 
New Hampsh i re 
Rhode Island . 
V e rmont ...... 



Mi deas t 

Delaware ............ 

District of Columbia 
Maryland ............ 

New Jersey .......... 

New York 

Pennsylvania ........ 



Grea t Lakes 
I I I i noi s . 
I ndi ana . . 
Michigan . 
Ohio ..... 
Wise ons i n 



Plains ........ 

I o wa 

Kansas ...... 

Minnesota 
Miss our i 
Nebraska .... 
North Dakota 
South Dakota 



Southeast ....... 

A I ab ama ....... 

Arkansas ...... 

Florida ....... 

Georgia ....... 

Kentucky ...... 

Louisiana ..... 

Mississippi ... 
North Carolina 
South Carolina 
Tennessee ..... 

Virgin! a ...... 

West Virginia . 



Southwest ... 
Ariz ona 
New Mexico 
k I a horn a . . 
Texas ..... 



Roc k y Moun tains 
Colorado ..... 

Idaho ........ 

Montana ...... 

Utah 

W y om ing ...... 



Far West .... 
California 
N e va da 

Oregon 

W a sh i ng t on 



Alaska 



Hawaii ..................... 

Puerto Rico ................ 

Other territories & offshore 
Foreign .................... 



28,876 

961 
334 
85 
425 
69 
22 
27 

5,854 
147 
339 
551 
1,243 
2,804 
769 

3,073 
1 ,087 
258 
628 
804 
296 

1 ,248 

165 

129 

528 

319 

49 

30 

28 

6,135 

1 16 

32 

2,467 

1,080 

106 

444 

44 

592 

335 

324 

491 

104 

4,573 

741 

58 

372 

3,402 

759 
639 
1 6 
25 
39 
39 

5,344 

4,629 

1 79 

88 

16 

746 

83 

80 

4 



1,303 



(*) 
CO 



CO 

( D > 



35 

J 


2 








1 



(0) 
CO 



C«) 

CO 



C*) 
C*) 

( •) 

( • ) 
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CO) 



1 

5 

( ») 

243 
2 

5 
CD) 
(0) 
CO) 
CD) 

634 
(0) 
(0) 

1 98 
(0) 
CO) 

1 14 
CD) 
CO) 
CD) 
( 0) 
CO) 

8 
(0) 

225 
(D) 

1 
CD) 
( D) 
CO) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

5 
(D) 
( D) 



41)9 

23 



( 0) 
( 0) 



90 

27 
CD) 

18 
6 
< D) 

277 
CD) 
CO) 

(D) 
28 

CO) 

(0) 

CD) 

CD) 



145 

83 

5 

35 

1 1 



751 

(D) 

3 

CO) 

288 

252 

79 

377 

99 
68 
97 
77 

38 

141 

20 
36 
55 
20 

in 
1 
(•) 

376 
9 
4 

48 
(0) 

7 

13 

3 

95 

10 

(0) 

12 

2 

261 
(0) 
(D) 
34 

185 

50 
38 



5 
3 

589 
529 

CD) 

CD) 
37 

CO) 

<«) 

(0) 

(•) 



co 

C O 



( ' ) 

c •) 
C») 

( D) 
( 0) 



14 
5 



<*) 

CD) 

< 0) 



c *) 

C*) 
CO 

( ») 
(•) 

CO 



C») 

(*) 

C«) 

c*> 

CO) 
CO 
CO) 
c O 
CO 
C O 
CO 



CO 

( •) 
( ' ) 



CO 

c o 
c o 
<o 

CO 




23 



( [)) 
c o 

I D) 



<o 

CO 

( • ) 



42 




2 


1 1 
1 


CO 





CD) 




1 


CO 




1 


10) 


c o 












460 




24 


<D> 




4 


3 







7 


CO 




233 




5 


< D) 




10 


22 




5 


1 59 




18 


CD) 




10 


( 0) 




1 


CD) 




2 


37 




4 


16 




1 


63 




3 


17 


CO 




CD) 




1 


13 







(D) 




1 


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( •) 







CO 




G 


1 1 2 


ID) 




4 


CO 




2 







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CO 




CO) 




1 


4 




1 


5 
1 


CO 





CO) 




9 


CO 


CO 




3 


C D) 




2 
1 


CO 


1 


168 


CO) 




(0) 




1 


( D) 







(D) 


ID) 




(0) 




4 


(D) 


CO 




CD) 

1 


CO 





CO 







3 















270 




1 


250 




1 


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CD) 
























55 
45 



( D ) 
CD) 



1 
79 



CO 

( i ) 



3 
27 
27 

21 

14 
) 
2 

7 



60 
2 

1 v 



( o; 
CD) 
CD) 
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( • ) 



80 
5 
1 

28 

1 1 



2 

21. 



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CO 

( • ) 



84 
82 



CO 
CO 
CO 
CO 
CO 
CO 



44 

26 

4 



CD) 

(D) 

1 

1 

105 

CD) 

CO 

CD) 

(D) 
28 
28 

1 39 

(0) 



< D) 

CO) 
CO) 



CO 

CO) 
CD) 

CD) 
CO 
CO 

CO) 



1 

12 





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5 


CO 




CO) 




CO 




< 0) 





(0) 
(0) 



206 

(0) 



CO) 
CD) 



98 
65 
1 
27 
1 
1 
3 

49 5 

1 

< 0) 

30 
177 
223 
CD) 

333 

138 

4 
(D) 
(0) 

7 

54 
( 0) 

1 6 

17 

8 

4 

(0) 

CO 

284 
5 

(0) 
37 
26 

<0) 
69 

( O 
30 
20 
20 
68 

< •) 

186 
CD) 

4 
(0) 

140 

31 

24 

1 

3 

2 



338 

311 

1 

9 

17 



2 

12 



4,337 

240 

64 

(0) 

(D) 

1 3 

5 

15 

1,147 
1 5 
4 
100 
209 
558 
262 

680 

259 

80 

74 

62 

205 

251 
37 

20 

69 

1 13 

5 

3 

3 

1,188 

31 

9 

294 

162 

49 

1 36 

CD) 

221 

78 

45 

1U3 

(D) 

409 
CO) 
CO) 
4 5 

313 

1 5 
9 
2 

1 
1 
1 

339 

328 

5 

1 



2 
50 



( • i 
( . i 



86 

2 
1 
2 

79 
2 

32 

26 
1 
2 
2 
1 



( • ) 
CO 
<*) 

CO 

( •) 



35 
1 


12 



CO 

<o 

CD) 

I OJ 

CD) 
CO 



CO 
<*) 



33 

32 



( • ) 
< • ) 



261 
77 
CD) 
102 
B 
C O 
CD) 

2,372 

C 0) 

(D) 
276 
252 

1,379 
239 

742 

271 

56 

CO) 
313 

C D) 

576 

73 

8 

332 

104 

22 

C 0) 

ID) 

3,402 

4V 

10) 

1,761 

656 

24 

169 

17 

193 

1 57 

88 

257 

I D) 

2,833 
585 
C D) 
10) 
2,122 

456 
427 
10) 

2 
23 
(0 ) 

3,228 
2, 743 

125 
32 

32* 



368 

21 
CO 



74 
1 



409 

2 

74 



CD) 
CO) 
CD) 



1 2 
88 



CO) 
CD) 



76 
3 



lb ) 
CO 



4 70 

2 

3 

ID) 

1 36 

1 

(0) 

1 
3 1 
CD) 

2 
CD) 
CO 

350 
65 
1 
ID ) 
CD) 



75 
74 



(• ; 

I' ) 

1 


57V 
10) 
CO) 

5 
29 

CO 

CO) 

CO 

CD) 
C« ; 



81 



HOhBAHK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table D-22_- 



■Gross Book Value of Property* Plant/ and Equipment Used for Commercial and Residential 
Purposes by Affiliates* State by Country of U80 1/ 



CMillions of dollars] 





Alt coun- 
tries 


C anada 


Europe 


Japan 


Austra- 
lia, 
New Zea- 
land, 

and 
South 

Aln ca 


Latin 
America 


Middle 
East 


Other 

Af ri c a. 

As i a, 

and 
Paci 1 ic 


uni ted 
States 


Adden- 
dum — 
OPEC 




Total 




Of uhi ch- 








France 


G ermany 


Nether- 
lands 


United 
Kingdom 


Switzer- 
land 






(1 ) 


(2) 


(3) (4) 


ze; 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


110) 


(1 1 ) 


(12) 


113) 


(14) 


(15) 




28,876 

961 
334 
85 
42 5 
69 
22 
27 

5,854 
147 
339 

551 
1 ,243 

2,804 
769 

3,073 
1,087 
258 
628 
804 
296 

1 ,248 

165 

129 

528 

319 

49 

Ml 

28 

6,1 35 

1 1 6 

32 

2,467 

1 ,080 

106 

444 

44 

592 

335 

324 

491 

104 

4,573 

741 

58 

372 

3,402 

7 59 
639 
16 
25 
39 
39 

5,344 
4,629 

1 79 
88 

448 

16 

746 

83 

80 

4 


7,71 4 

122 
22 
( D) 

21 
(0) 
( •) 
2 

1,136 
44 
10 
195 
101 
635 
150 

551 
256 

68 

79 

118 

31 

439 

35 

15 

275 

87 

21 

4 

2 

1 ,353 

17 

3 

770 

201 

( D> 

131 
9 

102 
1 5 
31 
53 

( 0) 

1,497 

435 

14 

61 

987 

458 

402 
CD) 

14 
7 
( D) 

2,071 

1 ,64 3 

43 

35 

351 

1 
81 

4 
(•) 
( • ) 


1 5,669 

720 
277 
(0) 

3 59 
(0) 
21 
20 

3,855 
103 
247 
310 
9 50 

1 ,692 
553 

2,1 90 
660 
178 
524 
5 69 
260 

700 

1 19 

1 1/ 

250 

1 53 

16 

25 

26 

3,525 

82 

26 

1 .164 

628 

67 

1 79 

29 

444 

229 

253 

382 

43 

2,418 

253 

43 

306 
1,816 

233 

198 
5 

(D> 

1 1 
(0) 

1,854 

1 ,635 

102 

44 

73 

(0) 

1 04 
44 
(0) 

4 


2*146 

59 

29 

4 

4 

9 

(D) 

(0) 

410 
(D) 

48 

<0) 

89 

185 

33 

261 

CD) 

4 

<D) 

9 
6 

104 

4 

(0) 

25 

19 

1 

CO) 

4 

61 2 
6 
4 

207 
< D ) 

3 

28 

(D) 

CD) 

71 

38 

133 

2 

467 

(D) 

5 
(D) 
285 

109 

89 

2 

(D) 

3 
<D> 

1 1 1 

93 

3 

1 

14 

L 

2 

(0) 
<D> 




3,339 

125 
75 
5 
(D) 

3 
(0) 

3 

712 

CD) 

CD) 

72 

290 

246 

93 

493 
155 

83 

ID) 

45 
CD) 

1 72 

CD) 
30 
63 
59 

(D) 

(») 

< < ) 

69(1 
16 

2 
161 
201 

24 
52 

(0) 

123 

20 

19 

55 

<D> 

618 
(D) 
(0) 

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534 

32 
25 
1 
( * ) 

6 
( *) 

491 
4 58 

(D) 

ID) 
1 4 

2 

1 
(*) 
3 

<*) 


3,553 

166 
<D) 

1 
1 1 7 
ID) 

5 
(«) 

858 
(D) 
CD) 

104 

218 

469 

33 

447 

149 

57 

78 

135 

29 

152 
39 

1 5 
23 
35 

<D) 
ID) 

20 

788 
38 
10 

195 

153 
17 
59 
(D) 

106 
72 

44 

82 
(D) 

557 
(D) 
(D) 
83 

443 

18 

(0) 

1 
1 

CO 

(0) 

525 

435 
<D) 
(D) 
(D) 

5 

(D> 
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4,201 

280 
108 
6 
156 
4 
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1 

1,177 

(D) 

(D) 

40 
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419 
543 

768 

1 73 
CD) 
56 

327 
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165 

44 
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(0) 

36 
3 
(*) 

1 

64 5 

6 

(D) 

297 

7<i 

20 

29 

(D) 

91 

20 

29 

58 

4 

455 

104 
CD) 
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307 

56 

53 
(*) 
< •) 

1 
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574 
510 

CD) 

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19 

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80 

1 

1 

1 


1,255 

18 

11 

2 

2 

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3 

374 
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70 
222 
36 

I 49 

1 1 9 

3 

6 

16 

6 

53 

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<• ) 

(0) 

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41 5 
(0) 

3 

188 

23 

4 

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6 
14 

33 
(D) 

9 
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1 51 
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126 

8 

(0) 

1 
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51 
68 

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(D) 

U 
(*> 

5 






1,575 

15 <») 

4 
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10 (•) 

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1 
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187 
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1 (•) 
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72 

94 <D) 
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109 

72 (0) 
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15 <•) 

20 
(0) (D) 

20 (*) 
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2 

3 

5 
ID) 

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103 
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23 

10 <D) 
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(0) CD) 
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1 1 (•) 
2 
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80 

1 (•) 
CO (•) 

2 
77 

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( •) (•) 
<•> 

522 

495 
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5 (*; 

485 (•) 
CD) 

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99 







23 



3 

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27 

4 





4 




2 


2 

3 
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31 

31 



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1,307 

39 

29 
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4 

258 

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34 

5 

49 

120 

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42 

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CD) 



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477 
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45 
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13 
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10 

43 
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2 34 

31 
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3 
201 

10 
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203 
171 

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5 

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1,486 

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1 


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44 
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53 
80 


84 
39 


CD) 
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75 
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05 
CD) 


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444 



2 

92 

156 


<D) 

2 

12 

CD) 

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10 



265 
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244 

43 

21 
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(0) 



519 

316 

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2 



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780 

1 
1 



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2 

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74 

1 

51 
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4 



167 




128 

20 



3 

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310 
305 

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CO) 
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21 




247 

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£«) 
CD) 
(•) 
(») 

(DJ 
(») 
(•J 
fi 

(01 

2 
1 
CO 


( • ) 
1 

35 

34 

1 
( * J 
( *) 
CD) 






1, 521 




28 














28 














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182 









28 
33 




53 




68 









84 




39 









CD) 




(D) 









75 




5 














65 




5 









(*) 




558 









2 




20- 




148 









(D) 




2 




21 




CD) 




«) 




10 









257 




21 














236 




CD) 




21 




2 









(0) 









330 




328 









(») 




2 









(D) 







Other territories i offshore 







32 



Table D-23 . --Number of Affiliates With Property* Plant/ and Equipment* State by Size 

C lass 



NONbANK U.S. AFFILIATES 





Affiliates with 

p ropert y/ 

plant/ and 

equi pmen t * 

total 


S we classes based d n property* plant* and equipment 




Under 
$50 thousand 


$ 50 t hous and 

under 
11 million 


11 million 

unde r 
$ 1 million 


$1 million 

under 
$50 million 


$50 m i I I i on 
and over 




<1 ) 


<2) 


<3) 


U) 


<5> 


(6) 



Tot a I J./ 



6^822 



New England 

Connecticut .. 

Maine 

Mass ach usetts 
New Hamp shire 
Rhode Island . 
Verm ont ...... 



Mideast 
D e la ware 
D i st ric t of C 
M a ry I and 
New Jersey 
New York .... 
Pennsylvania 

Gre a t Lak e s 
I I I i noi s 
I n di ana . . . . . 

M i ch i gan . . . « 
Ohio ........ 

tf i sc ons in . . , 



PI a i ns 

Iowa 

<ansas ...... 

M i nn esot a 
Miss our i 
Nebraska .... 

North DakDta 
South Dakota 



Sou t heast 

A I ab ama ....... 

Arkansas ...... 

Florida ....... 

Georgia 

Kentucky ...... 

Louisiana ..... 

Mississippi 
North Carolina 
South Carolina 

T ennesse e 

Virginia ...... 

West Virginia . 

Sou t hw est 

A r 12 ona 

New Mexico .... 

Oklahoma ...... 

Texas 



278 


97 


362 


1 1 9 


89 


90 


92 


122 


321 


732 


1 ,352 


443 


813 


243 


577 


421 


^ 38 


180 


208 


246 


266 


1 4 3 


109 


78 


1«5 


1 67 


914 


692 


1 89 


333 


206 


361 


223 


260 


388 


1 24 


324 


1 26 


236 


1,387 



54 
29 

100 
33 
32 
22 



35 
42 

64 
1 36 
284 

83 



230 

4 7 
9 
95 
50 



37 
49 
51 
56 
37 
30 
30 



4 4 

28 

104 

132 
39 
59 
36 
70 
26 
56 
65 
38 



58 
37 

49 
219 



1 16 
29 

1 39 
39 
28 
39 



28 
39 

1 19 
281 

638 
1 39 



296 

80 

131 

134 

76 



71 
88 
80 
98 
66 
40 
30 



73 

62 
259 
241 

68 
106 

75 
104 

69 

96 
14? 

39 



122 
50 
93 

419 



85 
28 
94 
40 
24 
20 



21 
31 

101 
2 32 

327 

1 1,7 



200 

77 

113 

131 

87 



53 
56 

81 
83 
22 

28 

1 7 



50 

67 
465 
256 

55 
111 

82 
134 

87 

76 
148 

22 



125 
27 
66 

586 



21 
7 

25 
6 

4 

8 



6 

8 

30 

66 

86 

6 J 



65 
32 
31 

5 J 
19 



16 

1 i 

26 

23 

8 

8 

1 



16 
10 
72 
52 
23 
40 
9 
42 
27 
25 
30 
17 



19 

10 

19 

129 



2 

2 

7 

17 

17 

1 4 



22 
7 

12 

1 1 
6 



12 



14 

11 

4 

17 

4 

11 

1 4 

7 

3 

8 



3 

2 
9 

34 



Roc k y Mountains 
Colorado ..... 

Idaho 

Mont ana ...... 

Utah 

Wyoming ...... 



399 
88 
1 48 
1 50 
1 1 5 



9 2 
58 
36 
37 
25 



152 
23 
63 

60 
49 



120 
22 

41 

40 
28 



30 
5 
7 

10 
9 



Far West 

C a t i f orn i a 

N e va da 
Oregon 
W a sh i ng t on 



1,649 
127 

210 
367 



280 
35 

65 

9 6 



556 
51 
83 

131 



6 56 
35 
53 

110 



143 

6 

6 

23 



5 4 

3 
7 



Alaska 



Hawaii ..................... 

Puerto Rico ................ 

Other territories & offshore 
Foreign .................... 



93 
1 79 
66 
31 
40 



23 

31 
12 
10 

12 



25 

65 
24 

20 
10 



30 
60 
20 
35 
10 



10 

19 

10 

9 

6 



83 



Table D-24. --Numbe r of Affiliates With Property* Plant* and Equipment* State by Country of UBO 



N0N8ANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



All coun- 
tries 



Europe 



Nether- 
lands 



Uni ted 
Kingdom 



Switzer- 
land 



Austra- 
lia* 
New Zea- 
land* 

and 

South 

Africa 



Latin 
Am er i ca 



Middle 
East 



Other 
Africa* 

As i a* 

ana 

Paci f i c 



uni ted 
St at es 



Adden- 
dum — 
OPEC 



( 1 ) 
6*822 



(2) 
1*103 



(3) 

3*626 



(4 ) 
3 76 



(5J 

981 



(6) 

347 



(7) 

632 



(9) 
680 



(10) 
72 



(11) 
707 



C 1 2> 

248 



113) 
329 



no 

57 



CIS) 
30? 



Total ±1 . 

Ne w En g land 

Connecticut .. 

Maine 

Massachusett s 
N eu Hampsh ire 
Rhode Island . 

Vermont 



Mideast 

Delaware .... 
District of C 
M a ry Land 
New Jersey .. 
New York . . . . 
Pennsylvania 

Great Lakes 
Illinois 

Indiana 

Michigan .... 

Ohio 

Wise ons in . . . 



Plains 

Iowa 

<ansas 

M i nne so t a . . . 
Missouri .... 
Nebraska .... 
North Dakota 
Sout h Dakota 



Southeast 

Alabama 

Arkansas 

Florida ....... 

Georgia ....... 

< e nt uc k y 

Louisiana ..... 
Mississippi ... 
North Carolina 
South Carolina 
Tennessee ..... 

Virginia 

West Virginia . 

Sou t huest 

Arizona ....... 

New Mexico .... 

k La homa ...... 

Texas 



278 

97 

362 

119 

89 

90 



92 
122 
321 

732 
1 *352 

443 



813 
243 
377 
421 
238 



180 
208 
246 
266 
143 
1 09 
78 



195 
16? 
914 
692 
189 
333 
206 
361 
223 
260 
388 
124 



324 
126 

236 
1 *387 



36 

31 
5 9 
21 
12 
30 



19 
16 
57 
61 

1 6'. 
76 



105 
44 
77 
77 

4 9 



56 

63 
68 
48 
48 
49 
26 



38 

30 
1 73 

80 
33 

75 

44 
41 
24 
41 

44 
30 



1 35 
32 
78 

279 



21 1 
54 

239 
80 
65 
40 



62 

77 
208 
50 5 
836 
310 



496 
172 
236 
280 
1 67 



125 

121 

1 55 

1 7 1 

76 

50 

43 



134 

1 1 4 

450 
462 
1 29 
21 1 
143 
263 
167 
1 76 
279 
80 



1 1 8 

79 

1 32 

700 



19 

5 

27 

10 

10 
8 



9 
10 
28 
63 
107 
37 



46 
17 
25 
31 
14 



9 

1 7 
19 



15 
19 
56 
35 
18 
25 
16 
26 
16 
15 
47 
10 



15 
12 
17 
97 



45 

7 

45 

23 

12 

9 



13 

11 

50 

1 20 

1 4 9 

72 



124 
46 
54 

78 
4 9 



45 
30 
40 
35 
12 
9 
11 



25 
23 

98 
134 
24 
41 
25 
77 
46 
35 
58 
18 



23 

19 
25 

1 44 



1 1 
5 

24 
7 
7 
4 



7 
1 1 
23 
36 
56 
19 



28 

1 i 
26 
21 
13 



13 

9 

13 

17 



11 
14 
51 
50 
12 
20 
11 
24 
20 
20 
32 
9 



12 

5 

20 

73 



62 

20 
68 
26 
21 
9 



25 

1 9 

52 

1 24 

210 

92 



140 
48 
63 
72 

58 



30 
36 
39 
49 
30 
16 
12 



43 
32 

100 

109 

45 

OH 
34 
65 
42 
57 
69 
2<. 



43 

26 

37 

164 



32 

10 

29 

10 

7 

8 



4 
10 
22 
70 
142 
37 



65 
23 
34 
34 

24 



9 
13 
20 
22 
12 



19 
15 
83 
64 
19 
24 
32 
30 
27 
23 
27 
6 



17 



13 
5 

31 
8 
5 
5 



4 

1 1 

27 

113 

186 

29 



154 
13 
46 
37 

13 



12 

12 

17 

24 

7 

3 

3 



10 

11 

33 

71 

9 

9 

8 

12 

20 

15 

5 



8 
115 




1 
6 
6 
17 
6 



2 
3 
10 
10 
5 
3 
1 
5 
2 
7 
6 
2 



5 

19 



9 
3 

9 

6 

3 

13 



3 
7 
12 
23 
73 
14 



25 
6 

7 

10 

3 



3 

5 
2 
1 1 
7 
1 




7 

5 

209 

35 

6 
26 

5 
16 

8 

7 
21 

6 



8 
156 



2 

1 

11 

1 






3 
8 

4 

8 

26 

1 



2 
3 

15 

16 
3 
7 
2 

10 
6 
6 

17 
C 



6 
1 
2 

62 




I 

3 
12 
43 

« 



13 

1 
2 

a 



o 
a 

19 

12 
1 
1 
1 

2 
3 

4 




1 
1 
1 

46 



1 
1 
2 

10 



2 
5 
5 
6 
15 




2 
5 

85 

13 
2 
3 
2 

1 1 
6 
6 

1 9 




5 
1 
1 

54 



Rocky Mount a i r 
Colorado ... 
Idaho ...... 

Montana .... 

Utah 

W y om i ng 



Far we s t 
C a li f on i a 
N e va da 
r egon 
W a sh i ng t on 



Alaska 



Hawaii 

Puerto Rico 

Other territories i offshore 
Foreign 



399 
88 
1 48 
1 50 
115 



1 *649 
127 
210 
367 

93 

1 79 
66 
81 
40 



126 
21 
67 
42 
46 



202 
40 
49 

134 

27 
35 

13 

14 

4 



205 
52 
63 
80 
55 



731 

68 

109 

147 

26 

40 

39 

24 

27 



30 

6 

13 

16 

9 



82 
12 
15 
22 

7 

6 

5 

2 

3 



57 
11 



1 5 
9 



1 41 

10 
15 
25 

2 

6 

9 



3 

8 
5 

63 
6 

10 

1 1 

2 
3 
3 



54 
18 
17 
25 
19 



1 95 
21 
30 
47 

10 

1 5 

13 

6 



2 1 
6 

10 
8 
5 



1 1 <. 
10 
1 5 
19 



1 



23 

4 
5 
6 
3 



33 

61 



29 

79 



23 

6 



34 
2 
S 

10 



1 5 
4 
2 



57 
3 
3 
2 

1 

1 

2 

1 



150 
3 

4 
3 

3 

16 


1 1 




11 
3 

3 
5 



55 

1 

3 
2 

1 

1 

3 
O 
1 



81 



Table D-25. --Number of Affiliates With Property, Plant* and Equipment* State by Use 



NONtiANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Affiliates 
with 

property* 
plant* and 
equipment * 

total 1 / 



Affiliates with property* plant* and equipment used for- 



Agri cul ture 

a nd 

f d r est r y 



Natural 

resources 



Petroleum 
refining 



Manuf a c tur i n g 



Tot al 3/ Chemicals 



Commerci al 

and 
re s i dent i a I 

U 



Other us e s 



(1 ) 



(8) 



Total 4/ . 

New England 
C onnect icut 

Maine 

Massachusetts 
New Hamp shire 
Rhode Island . 
V e rmont 



Mi de ast 

Delaware 

District of Col umbi a 

Mary land 

New Jersey .......... 

N ew York 

Pennsylvania ........ 



Great Lakes 
I I I i noi s 

I n di ana 

Michigan .... 

Ohio 

Wise ons in . . . 

PI a i ns 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Minnesota ... 
Missouri .... 
Nebraska .... 
North Dakota 
South Dakota 



Sou t he ast 

A I ab ama 

Arkansas ...... 

Florida ....... 

Georgia ....... 

Kentucky ...... 

L o u i s 1 ana 
Mississippi 
North Carolina 
South Carolina 
Tennessee ..... 

Virginia ...... 

West Virginia . 

Sou t hwest 

Ariz ona ....... 

New Mexico .... 

k la noma ...... 

Texas 



Roc k y MoUnt a i n s 

C o Lo rado 

Idaho 

Mont ana ...... 

Utah 

Wyoming ...... 



Far We s t 
California 

Nevada 
Oregon 
W a sh ing t on 



Alaska 

Hawaii 

Puerto Rico ................ 

Other territories & offshore 
foreign 



1*285 



^68 



1 *338 



278 


3 


5 


97 


8 


4 


362 


1 


1 


119 


5 


1 


89 








90 


1 7 


4 


92 


1 





122 








321 


37 


3 


732 


1 1 


6 


1.352 


28 


22 


1,43 


9 


19 


813 


"S4 


12 


243 


20 


9 


377 


1 1 


17 


421 


16 


21 


238 


27 


7 


180 


50 


6 


208 


25 


59 


246 


14 


8 


266 


33 


10 


143 


20 


32 


109 


8 


42 


78 


16 


15 


195 


10 


28 


167 


37 


27 


914 


95 


IB 


692 


128 


10 


189 


23 


18 


333 


39 


64 


206 


50 


35 


361 


?8 


9 


223 


20 


6 


260 


1 6 


16 


388 


59 


13 


124 


2 


29 


324 


8 


23 


126 


5 


39 


236 


9 


73 


1/387 


1 99 


125 


399 


48 


69 


88 


10 


20 


148 


27 


62 


150 


5 


43 


11 5 


5 


67 


1 ,649 


1 &7 


49 


127 


1 


36 


210 


15 


1 4 


367 


19 


17 


93 


1 


25 


179 


7 





66 


2 





81 


1 


29 


40 


1 


2 



1 


98 


1 


36 


1 


131 


1 


51 





35 


1 


.'3 


1 


24 





9 


J 


97 


2 


263 





253 


1 


195 


1 


231 





101 


1 


136 


1 


169 





98 





50 


1 


49 





69 


a 


86 


i 


28 





11 





10 





73 





47 





128 





1 4 6 





64 


3 


75 





51 


1 


145 





91 





100 





97 


1 


37 





47 


2 


17 


2 


55 


8 


202 


1 


63 





19 





16 


1 


36 


2 


11 


2 


349 


J 


26 





67 


1 


94 





.'6 





21 





33 





6 





3 



5 


93 


1 10 


1 1 7 


6 


30 


31 


35 


20 


1 16 


132 


1 44 


3 


48 


39 


40 


5 


32 


35 


32 


2 


21 


29 


32 


5 


22 


41 


39 





9 


76 


48 


17 


85 


120 


1 1 5 


59 


220 


273 


337 


33 


231 


534 


680 


22 


181 


166 


1 64 


38 


207 


306 


339 


14 


93 


86 


81 


20 


120 


1 4 4 


1 53 


24 


1 50 


1 48 


163 


16 


86 


85 


76 


12 


41 


55 


47 


10 


44 


59 


56 


9 


61 


109 


98 


13 


7t 


92 


90 


6 


23 


45 


4 4 


3 


8 


30 


30 


2 


8 


22 


21 


17 


60 


64 


62 


9 


40 


39 


39 


18 


1 15 


498 


295 


24 


1 32 


269 


235 


1 1 


55 


59 


6,8 


19 


62 


89 


1 1 7 


10 


44 


43 


61 


21 


1 29 


137 


108 


17 


79 


91 


62 


17 


88 


95 


86 


10 


91 


1 54 


129 


1 1 


27 


35 


41 


1 1 


40 


170 


109 


4 


14 


40 


45 


8 


50 


68 


65 


42 


1 71 


580 


482 


8 


57 


151 


131 


3 


16 


31 


26 


2 


14 


24 


34 


2 


34 


43 


48 


2 


9 


21 


26 


39 


325 


729 


606 


3 


23 


43 


38 


9 


61 


79 


84 


4 


93 


165 


1 48 


2 


24 


21 


36 


2 


19 


102 


71 


7 


27 


21 


22 


1 


5 


27 


28 





3 


10 


27 



85 



Table D-26.--N umbe r of Affiliates with Property/ Plant* and Equipment Used for Agricultural and 

Forestry Purposes* State by Country of U80 



NONBAUK U.S. AFFILIATES 



All c our 
tries 



Europe 



Of uhich-- 



Ge rmany 



Nether- 
lands 



Uni ted 
Kingdom 



Switzer- 
land 



Aus t r a- 

l i a* 

New Zea- 

I and* 

and 

South 

Africa 



Latin 
America 



Middle 
East 



Other 
Africa* 

Asia. 

and 

Paci fie 



Uni ted 
States 



Adden- 
dum — 
OPEC 



< 1 ) 
1 #285 



(2) 

1 30 



(4) 

51 



(5) 

312 



(6) 
50 



110) 



(11) 

212 



(12) 
33 



<13J 
44 



(1 5) 

64 



Tot a I 1 / 



New England 

Connecticut .. 

Maine 

Massachusetts 
New Hamp shire 
Rhode Island . 
Vermont ...... 



3 
8 

1 
5 


1 I 



Kideast 

Delaware ............ 

District of Columbia 
Maryland ............ 

New Jersey 

New York 

Pennsylvania 



1 

D 

37 

11 

28 

9 



1 


28 

9 
19 

8 



1 

22 
3 
5 
4 



Great Lakes 
Illinois . 
I nai ana . . 
M i ch i gan . 

Ohio 

wise ons i n 



54 

,'fj 
1 1 
16 
2? 



42 
1 8 
8 
13 
22 



15 
9 

9 

13 



PI a i ns 

Iowa 

< a ns as 

M i nn eso t a 
Miss our i . . . . 
Nebraska .... 

North Dakota 
South Dakota 



50 
25 
1 U 
33 
20 



45 
18 
1 1 
25 
1 1 
3 
10 



3 2 
10 
5 
3 
4 
) 
7 



Sou t he a st 

Alabama ....... 

Arkansas 

Florida 

Georgia 

Kentucky 

Louisiana ..... 
Mississippi ... 
North Carolina 
South Carolina 
Tennessee ..... 

Virginia 

West Virginia . 



10 
3? 
95 
128 
23 
39 
50 
28 
20 
16 
59 
2 



7 
33 

40 
108 
16 
20 
44 
15 
14 
1 4 
40 
2 





1 1 

11 

45 

2 

6 

/ 

3 

5 

4 

20 

3 



3 

3 

5 

15 

7 
3 
2 
7 
2 
1 

6 




1 

7 

1 1 

22 

5 

4 

1 8 

2 

5 

5 

4 






2 

38 

10 
3 

17 
3 
7 
1 
1 

1 j 

a 



1 

2 

20 
2 
1 




1 

2 


10 





Sou t hwes t 

Arizona ... 
New Mex i co 
Oklahoma . , 
Texas 



8 

5 

9 

199 



2 



4 

18 



4 

2 

4 

99 



:> 





l 1 



3 



2 

27 





3 
3 

1 3 



1 

2 

1 

22 



2 
3 
1 

o3 





U 



1 1 



Rocky Mountains 

Colorado 

Idaho 

Montana 

Utah 

Wyoming ...... 



4« 

10 

.•! 

5 

5 



1 1 
1 
7 

,i 
1 



32 

6 

16 

1 
3 



22 


3 


1 



far west 

C a I i f orn i a 

N e va da 

Oregon 

W a sh l ng t on 



Alaska 

Hawaii ..................... 

Puerto Rico 

Other territories s offshore 
Foreign 



187 

1 

15 

19 

1 

7 

2 

1 



16 


? 
5 





I 





132 

1 
7 
9 



i) 
1 



1 



10 

•J 
1 
1 









51 
1 
3 



10 
J 
1 










J 



12 

3 




2 



1 





86 



NONeANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table 0-27 . --Number of Affiliates With Property* Plant* and Equipment Used for Manufacturing* State 

by Count ry of UBO 



All coun- 
tries 



Europe 



Of whi ch-- 



Ger many 



Nether- 
lands 



Uni t ed 
K i ngd om 



Switzer- 
land 



Japan 



Aus t r a- 
l 13/ 

New Zea- 
land* 

and 

South 

Africa 



Latin 
A mer i c a 



Middl e 
East 



Other 
At r i c a* 

Asia* 

and 

Pacific 



Uni ted 
States 



Adden- 
dum — 
OPEC 



(1 ) 
1 *451 



<2> 

221 



(3) 
977 



(4 ) 
103 



(5) 
300 



(6) 
56 



<9) 

147 



(10) 
27 



(11) 
31 



(12) 

1 I 



I 13J 
20 



( 1 4) 

1 1 



Total 1/ 



New England 
C onnect i cut 
Maine ........ 

Massachusetts 
New Hamp shire 
Rhode Island . 
V e rmont ...... 



98 
36 

131 
51 
35 

.'5 



13 
10 
21 

10 



82 
23 
94 
38 
27 
1 ! 



12 

4 

5 
5 



25 
5 

21 

1 6 

6 
1 



26 

7 

21 

12 
7 
2 



7 
2 
11 
3 
2 
5 



Mi de as t 

Delaware ............ 

District of Columbia 
Maryland ............ 

New Jersey .......... 

New York 

Pennsylvania ........ 



24 

9 
97 

263 
253 
195 



4 

3 

17 
22 
62 
27 



2 

6 

71 

21 4 
163 

152 



3 

1 
13 

31 
19 

18 



4 


14 

51 

56 
43 



3 

1 
7 

1 4 

1 1 

9 



7 

1 
23 

58 

4 3 

5U 



1 



5 

27 

26 

12 







4 

18 

1 5 
5 



Cre a t Lake s 
I I li noi s . 
India na .. 
*1 i ch i gan . 

Ohio 

W i sc ons i n 



231 
101 

1 36 
169 

98 



39 
16 

22 
32 

19 



1 67 
Ti 
98 

126 
7 3 



19 
1 1 
15 
16 
8 



47 
1 7 
26 
44 
22 



1 1 
10 

9 
12 

3 



53 

20 
25 
25 

18 



14 

7 
12 

1 1 
7 



15 
5 
9 
6 
3 



Plains 

I o wa 

Kansas 

Minnesota ... 
Missouri .... 
Nebraska .... 
North Dakota 
South Dakota 



50 
49 
69 
86 
28 
11 
10 



13 
5 

20 

16 

6 

5 
3 



33 
38 
45 
61 
20 
5 
5 



8 
9 

1 1 

13 

3 

1 




12 

1 3 

10 
19 

8 

2 



Sou t he as t 

A I ab ama ....... 

Arkansas ...... 

Florida ....... 

Georgia ....... 

Kentucky ...... 

Louisiana ..... 

Mississippi ... 
North Carolina 
S out h Carolina 
T enn ess e e 
Virginia ...... 

West Virginia . 



73 

47 
128 

146 
64 
75 

51 

145 
91 

100 
97 
37 



15 
12 
26 
22 

9 
1 3 
1 1 
21 

9 
16 
1 4 

9 



52 

31 

8 7 
97 

5 1 
58 
36 
109 
76 
7 1 
78 
26 



9 

6 

14 

10 

8 
8 
4 

10 
9 
7 

12 
4 



1 1 

6 

23 

20 
1 1 
1 3 

8 
39 
22 
15 
1 9 

7 



3 

2 

6 

1 1 

3 

4 
4 
6 
7 
7 
5 
1 



1 7 
1 1 
26 
35 
20 
22 
11 
28 
18 
19 
23 
7 



5 

3 
7 
6 
4 
3 
4 
8 
1 3 
8 
7 
2 



5 
17 
2 
1 
3 
9 
4 
8 
2 
1 



Sou thwest 

Ariz ona . . . 
New Mexico 
k la homa • . 
Texas ..... 



47 
17 
55 

202 



10 
3 
9 

25 



28 

13 

39 

143 



4 
1 

1 1 

1 9 



5 



2 

12 



9 

6 

9 

46 



1 
2 

5 

16 



5 

3 

10 



Roc k y Mount a 1 n s 
Colorado ..... 

Idaho 

Mont ana ...... 

Utah 

Wyoming ...... 



63 
19 
16 
36 

1 1 



1 
4 
4 
8 
2 



4 3 
1 3 
12 
24 
8 



12 
5 
3 
5 



Far West 
C a I i f orn i a 
Nevada .... 
Oregon 

Washington 



349 
26 
67 

94 



43 

4 
17 

27 



209 

1 9 
46 
49 



23 

5 
6 

10 



40 

3 

10 

12 



67 

6 

1 2 

14 



26 
1 
3 
6 



54 

3 

11 



14 


3 



Alaska ..................... 

Hawaii ..................... 

Puerto Rico ................ 

Other territories & offshore 
Foreign .................... 



26 
21 

33 
6 
3 



6 

1 1 

25 

4 

3 



"7 



NONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table 0-28 



--Number of Affiliates with Property/ Plant* and Equipment Used for Commercial and 
Residential Purposes/ State by Country of U80 1/ 



All coun- 
tries 



Europe 

Of uhi ch- 



Nether- 
l ands 



Uni t ed 
Kingdom 



Switzer- 
land 



Austra- 
li a. 
New Zea- 
land* 

and 

South 

A f r i c a 



Latin 
Amer i c a 



Middle 
East 




Uni ted 
States 



Adden- 

OUB-- 

OPEC 



Total 2/ 



(1 ) 
2 ,926 



524 



257 



231 



(9) (10) 

347 29 



(11) 
320 



112) 

1 48 



(13.) 

184 



(14) 
27 



(1 5) 
1 90 



New England 

Connecticjt . . 

Maine 

Massachusetts 
New Hamp shire 
Rhode Island . 
Vermont 



Hi 



d e as t 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Maryland 

New Jersey .......... 

New York 

Pennsylvania ........ 



110 
31 

132 
39 
35 
29 



41 
76 
120 
273 
534 
166 



12 
5 

22 
9 
4 
7 



9 

9 

29 

25 

46 
30 



84 

21 
8 i 
24 
27 

1 7 



27 

44 

70 

162 

32U 

108 



4 

5 
8 

19 
48 
13 



20 
2 

12 
6 



5 

6 

11 

36 

60 
20 



6 

1 

1 1 

2 



3 
7 

1 1 
1 3 
25 

1 3 



26 

9 

29 



13 
1 l 
21 

41 

74 
34 



1 

5 

9 

25 

64 
13 



3 
1 
11 
2 
2 
2 



2 

5 

6 

57 

91 
13 



2 

7 

6 

1 3 

36 

9 



3 

5 
10 







1 

3 

8 

22 

2 



Great Lakes 
I I 1 1 noi s . 
Indiana 
Michigan . 

Ohio 

w l sc ons i n 



Plains 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Minnesota . . . 
Miss our i 
Nebraska .... 
North Dakota 
South Dakota 



Southeast 

A I abama 

Arkansas ...... 

Florida ....... 

Georgia 

<entucky 

Louisiana 

Mississippi ... 
North Carolina 
South Carol i na 

Tennessee 

Virginia ...... 

West Virginia . 

Southwest 

Ariz ona ....... 

New Mexico .... 

k la homa ...... 

Texas 



Rocky Moun t a l 
Colorado 

Idaho 

M o nt ana 

Utah 

Wy om i ng 



Far We s t 

Call f orn i a 
Nevada 
Oregon 
Washington 



Alaska 



Hauaii 

Puerto Rico 

Other territories & offshore 
foreign 



306 

86 

144 

148 

85 



55 
59 
109 
92 
45 
30 
22 



64 
39 

498 

269 
59 
89 
43 

137 
91 
95 

1 54 
35 



170 
40 
68 

580 



1<, 1 
31 
24 
43 
21 



729 
43 
79 

165 

21 

102 

21 

27 

10 



38 
18 

30 
29 
20 



15 
15 
30 
23 
16 
11 



14 
5 

106 
41 
12 
19 
10 
17 
1 1 
19 
19 
10 



84 

12 

22 

139 



57 

10 

1 1 

8 

6 



96 
15 
21 
72 

3 

21 
5 
2 

1 



1 64 

59 

81 
9 4 
60 



35 

40 
74 
53 
24 

1 6 
1 4 



42 

28 

234 

158 

42 

60 

29 

96 

64 

59 

1 07 

21 



55 

24 

42 

274 



64 
1 6 
9 
27 
1 2 



240 
21 
31 
55 

6 

1 4 

1 2 
6 
6 



4 
24 
9 
6 
7 
3 
6 
6 
6 
25 
2 



5 

3 

2 

37 



10 
1 
1 
4 
2 



32 

4 
2 
7 



1 

1 

1 





36 

14 

1 8 

19 

9 



7 
24 
13 
3 
2 
3 



3 

51 
44 

7 
12 

3 
32 
1 3 

9 
16 

2 



7 

7 

6 

63 



12 
8 

10 
9 

7 



27 

28 
5 
9 
3 

16 

12 



7 

2 

9 

31 



56 
18 
23 
28 
19 



12 
13 

19 

1 6 

10 
5 
4 



16 

8 

53 

36 

l 4 

18 
10 
20 
17 
22 
29 
8 



24 

10 

1 5 
61 



18 
5 



20 
3 
7 
5 
2 
3 



25 
10 
12 
12 
9 



3 

50 

21 

9 

6 

8 

15 

11 

6 



6 

1 

5 

39 



25 
3 
6 
7 

a 

2 
2 






71 

3 

25 

13 

2 



1 

2 
13 
30 
2 
3 
1 



3 

1 

2 

47 



195 

2 

20 

27 



48 

2 

12 

2 



15 

2 
3 

1 

1 


1 

1 



1 

120 

19 

2 

4 

6 
6 
A 
10 

2 



20 
1 
1 

63 



45 
3 
1 




2 
1 
1 





j 

1 

10 

11 



1 
1 
s 

3 
2 
8 








31 



32 


1 
2 



1 







1 





18 



102 
1 
1 
3 

2 

14 


5 







2 
54 
9 

1 
1 


3 
2 

9 








30 



39 


1 
2 



1 









NONeANK U.S. Aff lUUti 



Table D-29. --Prope rt y , Plant/ and Equipment Expenditures by Affiliates* Industry of 

Affiliate Dy Type _1_/ 

[Millions of dollars] 



M i ner a I 
r i gh t s 



Plant and equipment 2/ 



Adde nd um — 
Petroleum and 
natural gas 
explor at i on and 
tieve lopmen t 
e x pe nd i lures 3/ 



(23 

4,04° 



(3) 
2,242 

79 

4 
<D> 
(0) 

1,879 

(D) 

(D) 

18 
<D) 

ID J 

<o 

185 

(D) 


(D3 





(5) 


16,891 


471 


96 


(DJ 


(0) 


3,199 


(0) 


262 


<0J 


<D) 


(D) 


120 



<6) 
2,531 

3 

<•) 

3 

< •) 

208 
<DJ 

13 
(0) 

5 
(D) 

< >) 

492 

49 
(») 

7 
4 1 

1 50 

69 

7 

5 

(0) 

CD) 



(7) 



Alt industries 



Mining ................... 

Metal mining ........... 

Coal 

Nonmetallic m i n er al s, e x . 



fuels 



Petroleum ...................... 

Oil & gas extraction ......... 

Crude pet. (no refin.) & gas 
Oi I S gas field services ... 

Petroleum & coal products mfg. 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 

Other 



Manufacturing 



Food S kindred products ...... 

Grain mill & bakery products 
Beverages ......••......•.•. 

Other 

Chemicals & alliea products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs ...................... 

Soap, cleaners, S toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 

Other 



56? 
101 
191 
275 

5,404 

(D) 

(DJ 
233 

(D) 
474 
121 

7,971 

63 1 

70 

296 

314 

2,977 

1,686 
293 
159 

(D) 

( D) 



1 4 
1 
9 
3 

1 1 7 

33 

27 

6 

77 

7 

1 

377 

(D) 



(D) 



1 7 



(DJ 




(D) 






6 




4 



(D) 
(D) 



19,422 


474 


96 


(D) 


<D) 


3,408 


484 


275 


209 


(D) 


(D) 


120 



616 

6(1 

250 
297 

2,770 

1,637 
287 
155 

(D) 

(0) 



567 

68 

,'4 5 

256 

2,620 

1,568 
280 
150 

(0) 

<D) 



5,951 



124 




5 


<D) 




(0) 




5,290 


(D) 




(0) 






>8 


<D> 




186 
1 


(DJ 




(03 









id; 









<DJ 




<D) 















Primary & fabricated metals .. 

Primary metal industries ... 

Ferrous .................. 

Nonferrous ••••........... 

Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery .................... 

Machinery, except electrical 

Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Office & computing mach. . 

Other 

Electric S electronic equip. 

Radio, TV, S comm, equip. 

Electronic components .... 

Other 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products S apparel • 

Lumber & furniture ......... 

Paper S allied products .... 

Printing S publishing ...... 

Rubber & plastics products . 

Stone, clay & glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 
Motor vehicles & equipment 
Other 

Instruments & related prods. 

Other 



Wholesale trade ............. 

Motor vehicles & equipment 
Metals & minerals ......... 

Other durable goods ....... 

Farm-product rau materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade ................... 

Food strs.,eat. & drink. places 
Retail trade, nee ............ 



Finance, except banking 
Insurance .............. 

Real estate ............ 



Other industries .........••••• . 

Agriculture .................. 

Forestry & fishing ........... 

Construction ................. 

Transportation ............... 

Communication & pub. utilities 
Services ..................... 

Hotels & oth. lodging places 

Business services .......... 

Motion pictures S TV tape .. 

Engineering & architecture . 

Cther 



810 
664 

235 

428 
147 

1,452 

448 

91 

60 

96 

201 

1,004 

280 

552 

1 ?i 

2,051 
88 
74 

658 
164 
143 

530 

249 

190 

59 

80 
66 

1,7 50 
533 

3 3V 

461 

235 

181 

825 
451 
369 

254 

235 

7,101 

1 ,609 
321 

54 
302 
280 

62 
590 
240 
126 

15 

30 
179 



(D) 
ID) 



1 
I 
7 

25 

6 

3 
1 


3 

19 



(D) 

230 
1 
4 

<D) 



10 
9 
1 
3 



( ■>) 
CD) 
(D) 



33 

I 

28 

4 

17 

54 
19 
36 

9 

41 



I D) 

(0) 
169 
38 
60 
(D) 

1 

52 

30 

16 



2 

4 



<D> 
(0) 



<D> 



id; 



<D) 

(*) 



(0) 

<*) 
(*) 

(•) 



777 

658 
234 

4 04 

139 

1,426 

442 

88 

59 

96 

198 

984 

<D) 

543 
(D) 

1,821 

87 

70 

(D) 

160 

1 39 

(D) 

239 

181 

5 8 

77 

65 



1 



567 

500 
239 
433 

231 

1 64 

768 
434 
534 

244 

194 

4,091 

1,266 

152 

14 

243 

258 

61 

538 

2 1 1 
1 10 

1 5 

28 

175 



730 
612 
226 
386 
118 

1,353 

399 

85 

54 

95 

165 

954 

(D) 

541 
(DJ 

1 ,648 

86 

58 

5a2 

131 

122 

329 

232 

(D3 

<D> 

66 

62 

1 ,454 
482 

(DJ 
41 6 

<D> 
148 

670 
360 

-51U 

258 



2,780 

1,018 

112 

10 

234 

193 
60 

410 

129 

<D> 

14 

Z7 

(D) 



47 
25 
8 
18 
22 

73 

43 

4 

5 

1 

33 

30 

4 

2 

25 

I 73 

1 

1 1 

(DJ 

28 

1 7 

(D) 

6 
<D) 
(0) 
1 1 
3 

II 3 
18 

id; 

18 
(DJ 
1 7 

98 

7*. 
23 

6 

53 

1,31 1 

247 
40 



( •) 
(*) 
(*) 

(•) 

( • ) 



ID) 
<«3 
(03 



(•) 
<•) 
(*3 



1 


4 

21 

I 

5 

I 


2 

I 

2 



sg 



NCN8ANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table D-30.-- 



Property, Plant* and Equipment Expenditures by Affiliates* Country and 
Industry of UBO by Type 1/ 



CMilLions of dollars} 





Total 


Land 


Mineral 
rights 


PI ant 


and equipment 2J 


Addendura-- 

Petroleum and 

natural gas 








Tota I 


New 


Used 
















exploration and 
















de v e topmen t 
















expend! t ures 3/ 




(1 ) 


(2) 


<3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(?) 



ALL countries** all industries 



2 5*713 



2* 5i1 



5*951 



By country 



Europe 



jropean Communities ( 9 ) 

Belgium 

Denmark ............... 

France 

Germany ............... 

Ireland 

Italy 

Luxembourg ............ 

^ether lands ........... 

United Kingdom ........ 



Other EurDpe 

Austria ...... 

Fi n land 

Liechtenstein 
No rwa y ....... 

Spain ........ 

Sweden ...... . 

Switzerland . . 
Ot her 



< 



Australia*- M. Zealand* % S.Africa 



Latin America 



South & Cent ral 
Ar gen t i n a ., . , 

Brazi I 

Mexico 

Panama . 

Venezuel a 

Ot her 



Other Western Hemisphere . 
Bahamas ......... ... .... 

Bermuda ................ 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands* Caribbean 
Other 



Midd le East 

Israel 

t her 

Kuwai t 

Lebanon ............. 

Saudi Arabia ........ 

United Arab Emirates 
Ot her , 



Other Africa* Asia* 6 Pacific 
Other Africa ............... 

Other Asia & Pacific 

Hong Kong ................ 

Philippines .............. 

South Korea 

Other 



Uni ted States , 

Addendum--OPEC 



6*427 


1,516 


51 2 


4,398 


3,868 


530 


14,970 


1,456 


1,712 


1 1,802 


10,480 


1,323 


13,049 


1 ,1 06 


1,696 


10,247 


9,214 


1,033 


303 


CD) 


(D) 




241 


219 


22 


65 


2 


(•) 




63 


(0) 


CD) 


1,883 


239 


1 1 1 


1,533 


1,423 


110 


2,981 


(D) 


CD) 




2,593 


2,317 


276 


33 


3 







29 


CD) 


<D) 


153 


(D) 


CD) 




85 


62 


23 


39 


3 


C») 




36 


27 


9 


4,048 


(D) 


(D) 




2,943 


2,719 


224 


3,547 


( D> 


CD) 




2,724 


2,363 


361 


1 ,921 


350 




6 


1,555 


1,266 


289 


26 


8 







18 


1 8 


<•) 


118 


1 







1 17 


<D) 


(D) 


56 


14 







42 


38 


5 


66 


CO) 


(*) 




(0) 


46 


ID) 


22 


17 







5 


4 


1 


221 


CD) 


(D) 




197 


180 


18 


1,345 


254 




6 


1,385 


853 


232 


67 


CD) 


CO) 




<D> 


(D) 


14 


1,452 


1 56 




1 


1,295 


1,237 


58 


266 


(0) 


(0) 




223 


190 


33 


1 ,226 


366 




4 


857 


666 


190 


550 


1 84 




1 


365 


234 


130 


34 


13 







21 


1 5 


6 


5 


4 







1 


1 


CO 


96 


50 







46 


35 


1 1 


158 


4 




1 


1 53 


147 


7 


1 74 


61 







1 13 


(D) 


(D) 


83 


52 







31 


ID) 


CD) 


677 


1 81 




3 


492 


432 


60 


100 


29 







71 


(0) 


(D) 


45 


7 




3 


35 


(D) 


(0) 


484 


102 







382 


339 


44 


47 

1 


44 










4 
1 


3 

1 


(•) 




776 


342 







433 


247 


187 


31 


7 







24 


24 


(•) 


744 


335 







409 


223 


186 


155 


69 







86 


58 


28 


102 


(D) 







CD) 


29 


(D) 


379 


1 44 







235 


1 1 6 


1 19 


22 


10 







12 


12 





H7 


ID) 







(0) 


9 


ID) 


452 


CD) 


(0) 




308 


(D) 


(D) 


34 


9 







24 


8 


1 7 


4 1 8 


(0) 


(D) 




283 


(0) 


<D) 


311 


(0) 


(D) 




225 


85 


140 


46 


30 







1 6 


3 


13 


14 


3 


(*) 




1 1 


6 


5 


48 


16 







32 


ID) 


(D) 


144 


40 


C*) 




105 


CD) 


ID) 


838 


347 







491 


225 


266 



940 

4,956 

4,907 
(0) 
(•) 
122 
256 


(0) 

2 
(0) 
CO) 

49 

O 




i 


(D> 
10 



3y industry 



Government ..................... 

Individuals, estates, 6 trusts . 
Petroleum ...................... 

Agriculture 

Mining ......................... 

Construction 

Manufacturing .................. 

Transp., comm., S pub. utilities 
Wholesale and retail trade ..... 

banking ........................ 

Holding companies .............. 

Other finance and insurance .... 

fted I estate ................ . 

Services ....................... 



592 


<D> 


CO.) 




475 


379 


96 


5,892 


1,813 


221 


3,858 


2,673 


1,185 


5,149 


1 1 5 


1,832 


3,202 


3,079 


123 


82 


4 







78 


71 


7 


455 


12 




35 


408 


<D) 


(D) 


301 


50 







250 


227 


23 


5,732 


(D) 


(D) 




5,542 


5,256 


286 


476 


CD) 


CD) 




449 


421 


28 


824 


86 




O 


738 


687 


52 


80 


22 




2 


56 


ID) 


(D) 


2,356 


CD) 


(D) 




1,861 


1 ,619 


243 


674 


1 36 




2 


536 


388 


148 


2,994 


CD) 


CD) 




1 ,878 


1 ,596 


282 


107 


1 7 


<•) 




8 9 


77 


1 3 



77 

411 
5,1 10 

35 
5 
(D) 
CD) 
<*) 

7 

1 16 

2 

3 

C«) 



90 



Table D-31. --Acres of Land Owned by Use* Acres of Land Leased for Agricultural Purposes* 

and Acres of Mineral Rights Owned or Leased* by Affiliates* 

by Industry of Affiliate 



nonbank u-S. AffitUies 



[Thousands of a c res J 





Acres of land owne d 


Ac res of land 
leased and used 
for agricul ture 

and forestry 


Ac res o t 

mineral rights 

owned or leased 

from others 




Total 


Agriculture 

and 

forestry 


Natural 
resources 


Man uf a c - 

turing and 

petroleum 

refining 


Commercial 

and 
residential 

U 


Other uses 




(1 ) 


<2) 


(3J (4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


<6) 



All 



industries 



Mining .................... 

Metal mining .......... 

Coal 

Nonmetallic minerals/e* 



fuels 



Pet roleum ...................... 

Oil & gas extraction ......... 

Crude pet. (no ref in.) & gas 
Oi I & gas field services ... 

Petroleum & coal products mfg. 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 

Other 



Hanufacturinc 



Food & kindred products ...... 

Grain mill & bakery products 
Beverages .................. 

Other 

Chemicals & allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs ...................... 

Soapy cleaners* & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 

Other 

Primary :, fabricated metals .. 

Primary metal industries ... 

Ferrous .................. 

Nonferrous ............... 

Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery .................... 

Machinery/ except electrical 

Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Office & computing nach. . 

Other 

Electric & electronic equip. 

Radio* TV/ S comm. equip. 

Electronic components .... 

Other 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products & apparel . 

Lumber & furniture ......... 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber & plastics products . 

Stone/ clay & glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 
Motor vehicles & equipment 
Other 

Instruments & related prods. 

Other ...................... 



Wholesale trade 

Motor vehicles & equipment 
Metals S minerals ......... 

Other durable goods ....... 

Farm-product raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade 

Food strs./eat. & drink. places 
Retail trade/ nee 



Finance/ except banking 
Insurance ....••••..... 



9/552 

595 

97 
<D) 

(D ) 

584 
CD) 
ID) 

3 
(D) 

2 



74 

4 

26 

44 

308 

105 

10 



CD) 
<D> 

44 
38 

7 
31 

6 

4& 

32 

9 
2 
C ■>) 
21 
17 
1 
CD) 
(D) 

3/024 
5 

CD) 

2/803 

1 

4 

115 

(D) 

5 

CD) 

2 



36 5 

8 

50 



<D) 
CD) 



Real estate 



25 



3 

14 
1 /885 



7/030 
(0) 



(D) 
(0) 







(D) 

CO 



2.945 

34 
1 



CD) 

ID) 



<D> 
<D> 



1 
1 

(•) 
CO 


CO 
CO 

o 
co 



2/885 
CO 
(D) 
2/783 


<•) 
(D) 
(D) 


CD) 



2 

259 
(•) 
CO 
( D) 
(0) 
<») 

1 

CO 

1 

1 

<*) 

1,272 



445 

97 

236 

112 

499 
(D) 
(0) 
2 

(D) 




254 

CD) 



ll 



(D) 

1 

190 

(D) 




<D) 

(D) 



(D ) 
(D) 
CD) 











I) 



44 



I) 



n 



44 




J 





64 





(0) 
CD) 

<D) 

CO 

( • ) 



240 

( • ) 



( • ) 



< •) 

< « ) 



187 

20 



CO 
<D> 
(D) 



n 

43 
8 
3 

14 



23 
19 

5 
14 

4 

1 5 



CD) 
CD) 

CO 
<D) 
(D) 

(D ) 



57 
4 
1 

12 
1 
3 

26 
7 
5 
2 
1 
2 



( • ) 

(•) 
CO 



(0) 
CO 
(D) 
(») 



< • ) 
CD) 



1 
24 



<D) 
CD) 
CO 

(0) 
(D) 
CO 

( ■) 
( • ] 
CD) 
(D) 
CO 
CD) 
<D> 

CD) 
(. ) 

( • l 
ID) 
<*) 



1 I 



( • ) 
CO 
(*) 

<«) 



16 
3 



1/410 











(») 




306 

ID) 


1 



(D) 



CD) 
C») 



CO 

(D) 



CD) 
CD) 



( • ) 
CD) 



(•) 

( • ) 



52 







38 



2/187 


612 


1/332 


242 


37/J82 


14/579 


14/020 


559 


21 /0 


3 


CD) 




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7/47) 


<D) 






u 


CD) 




( ' i 




2/4 


50 


CO) 











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CD) 




(D) 




10) 




CO ) 




CO) 




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<D) 




CO) 




CD) 




CD) 




< • ) 














(D) 






I 







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CO 














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211 







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J 


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l • ) 






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CD) 





< J) 



Other industries 2*599 2*392 

Agriculture 1*248 1*189 

Forestry & fishing 1*201 1*194 

Construction 19 

Transportation .................. 108 (D) 

Communication 8 pub. utilities (*) 

Services 24 (D) 

Hotels i oth. lodging places 2 

Business services 16 ( * ) 

Motion pictures S TV tape .. <*) 

Engineerings architecture. <*) (*) 

Other ............. 6 CD) 



2 


( • ) 






18 


186 


1 


c*> 




(») 




57 










CO) 




(0) 





(*) 




<D) 




CD) 




( . ) 




(*) 




CD) 




1 










CO 


1 

1 


( • ) 
(0) 

1 


1 







(•) 




14 










(•) 















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C •) 









(*) 




(D) 



778 
CO) 
CD) 


CD) 

2 
CO) 



1 
I) 

CO) 

( • ) 



' 



AI0A8ANK U.S. AfflLIATEs 



Table D-32. --Acres of Land Owned by Use* Acres of Land Leased for Agricultural Purposes* 

and Acres of Mineral Sights Owned or Leased* by Affiliates* 

by Country and Industry of UdO 



[Thousands of acres] 



Acres of land owned 



Agriculture 

a nd 

forest ry 



Na tural 
res our c e s 



Manufac- 
turing and 
petroleum 
r e f i ni ng 



Comtier c i a i 

and 
r e s i dent i a I 

1 / 



Other uses 



Acres of I and 
leased and used 
for agri c ul t ure 

and forestry 



Acres of 

mi neral r i gh t s 

owned or L eased 

from others 



(1) (2) 

9,552 7*030 



( 3) 
1*317 



CO 



f 5) 



(8* 

47*785 



All countries* all industries 



Sy country 



Europe 

European Communities (9) 

eelgium 

Denmark ............... 

France 

Germany ............... 

Ireland 

Italy 

Luxembourg ............ 

Netherlands ........... 

United <ingdom ........ 



Dt her Europe . . , 

Austria 

Finland 

Li echtei stein 

-No rway 

Spain , 

Sw eden , 

SuitzerUnd . , 
Ot her 



Japan 

Australia* N . Zeal and* & S.Africa 



Latin Ame r i c a 



South H Central America 
Argentina ... 

Brazi I 

Mexico 

Panama ............... 

Venezuela ............ 

Ot her 



Other Western Hemisphere ■ 
Bahamas ................ 

Bermuda ................ 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands* Caribbean 
Ot her 



Middle East 

Israel 

Other .......... . 

Kuwait 

Lebanon .., 

Sa udi Arabia 

United Arab Emirates 
Ot her 



Other Africa* Asia* S Pacific 
Other Africa ............... 

Other Asia S Pacific 

Hong Kong 

Philippines 

South Korea .............. 

Other 



Uni ted St a tes 



Add e nd um--0P EC 



2,692 


1,997 


339 


38 


121 


197 


5, Tib 


4,281 


901 


188 




85 


301 


4,719 


3,531 


(0) 




1 56 




75 


<0) 


CD) 


CD) 




7 


5 




4 


6 


4 


3 







1 


CO 




CO 


CD) 


(D) 




,7 


28 




17 


26 


688 


4 42 


149 


48 




12 


37 


(D) 


(D) 


( •) 




1 


< •) 




<•) 


(0 ) 


(0) 







2 




1 


2 


1 7 


1 2 


<*> 




(•) 


( •) 




4 


549 


61 


(D) 




31 




22 


CD) 


1,232 


980 


184 


40 




20 


57 


1 ,037 


750 


(0) 




31 




9 


<0) 


< D) 


<D) 




1 


( * ) 


CO 




1 


3 


3 







1 


CO 







72 


71 







< • ) 




1 


1 


2 


2 




i 


CO 


( . ) 




CO 


11 5 


113 


CO 




<») 


( •) 




1 


8 


3 







3 




1 


1 


714 


44U 


(0) 




27 




7 


(0) 


(0) 


(D) 







<•) 




1 


( • > 


56 


13 


CO) 




>■ 




10 


ID) 


(D) 


2 


(D) 




2 


i .) 




1 


437 


423 


CD) 




2 




1 9 


(D) 


310 


275 


( <) 




1 




12 


22 


27 


17 







( • ) 


CD) 




CD) 


9 


5 


CO 







( •) 




3 


129 


1 18 


( • ) 




1 




2 


8 


17 


16 







( *) 




l 


CO 


80 


73 


CO 









1 


6 


48 


45 


<•) 




( • ) 


CD) 




(D) 


1 77 


1 48 


CD) 




1 




7 


(D) 


33 


28 







c •) 




3 


1 


16 


8 










CD) 




(D) 


1 1 3 


98 


(D) 




1 


(D) 




2 


16 


1 4 







1 • ) 


CO 




2 


( ») 


(•) 







CO 










121 


77 




J . 


1 




8 


1 7 


(0) 





(D) 




( •) 


l • ) 




1 


CD) 


77 


(0) 




1 




a 


1 6 


44 


CD) 


( *) 




<•) 


CO) 




(0) 


(0) 


6 


(») 




CO 


(*) 




(D) 


54 


26 


(0) 




( •) 




4 


CD) 


1 


1 










( •) 




CO 


6 


(0) 


(*) 




( * ) 


CD) 




1 


370 


223 


<•) 




3 




4 


140 


9 


3 


( - ) 







( •) 




5 


361 


220 


CO 




3 




4 


135 


335 


2 







3 




2 


U'J 


5 


1 







(*) 




1 


3 


( < ) 





l • ) 




CO 


i • ) 




(•) 


21 


18 







<*) 




1 


2 


CD) 


13 




1 


CO 




1 


(D) 


190 


147 


(0) 




( • ) 




9 


CD) 



CD) 
495 

301 

1 

CO 

7 

(D) 





(») 

CD) 

194 

1 

CD) 


(D) 


CD) 
( •) 

3 

CO 

256 

(D) 

1 



98 





CO) 

(0) 


2 



2 

1 
1 




1 

u 




CD) 
CD) 



17.776 


25,244 


25,121 


<0) 


1 


3,687 


1.670 





CD) 


(0; 


CD) 


1.693 


12< 


CD) 








CD) 





CD) 


62 


C») 



(0) 
(0) 

<0J 






53 



(D3 



(0) 



id; 



ey industry 

Government ........ 

Individuals* estates* & trusts . 

Pet r o I euro 

Agriculture 

Mining 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transp.* conm.* & pub. utilities 
Wholesale and retail trade ..... 

Bank ing ......... .... 

Holding companies 

Other finance and insurance .... 

Peal estate 

Services ....................... 



86 


48 


1 


3 


2,972 


2,281 


209 


24 


74 1 


CO) 


64 7 


34 


(0) 


CD) 





( O 


(D) 


CD) 


76 


1 1 


21 








2 


1 ,802 


1,383 


213 


125 


1 1 5 


(D) 


1 


1 


77 


(0) 


C«> 


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76 


71 








2,282 


2,037 


165 


34 


35 


19 


2 


( •) 




82 





3 


7 


1 


4 


( •) 





CD) 


81 


377 


8 


CD) 




CD) 


17 


3 


16 


6S 


4 


CD) 


6 


CD) 


1 


5 


21 


25 


1 1 


3 


77 


82 




CO) 




548 
CO 

1 
CO 
i o 
CD) 
C») 

CO) 

CD) 

6 
CD) 

C<0 
C< ) 



1 ,636 
2.155 
35,029 
CO 
2.806 
CO 
CD) 

908 
CO 
CO) 
426 
2 
2 
CD) 



92 



NUN8ANK U.S. AFf UIAIti 



Table 0-33. --Acres of Land Owned by Affiliates/ Industry of Affiliate 

[Thousands of acres] 



by Count ry of U80 





All c oun- 
tries 


C ana 


ia 


Eur ope 


Japan 


Austra- 
lia, 
Neu Zea- 
land, 

and 

South 

Africa 


Latin Middle 
America East 


Other 
Africa, 

Asia, 

and 

Paci f ic 


Un i ted 
States 


A dd e n - 




Total 








Of uhi c 


h-- 










0' EC 




T 

france Germany 


Nether- 
lands 


Uni t ed 

Kingdom 


Switzer- 
land 






(1 ) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 




(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


( 1 J) 


(11) 


( 1<;J 


( 13J 


(14) 


(1 >> 




9,552 
595 
S84 

3,499 
74 

308 

105 

10 

4 

< 0) 
( D> 

44 

58 

6 

48 

32 
17 

3,024 
5 

(D) 

2,803 

1 

4 

1 1 5 

( D) 

2 
4 

365 

8 

50 

(0) 

( D) 

25 

8 
4 
3 

3 

14 

1,885 

2,599 
1,248 
1 ,201 

19 
108 
( O 

24 


2,692 
409 

15 
397 

27 

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(D) 
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16 

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1 

6 

4 

2 

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CO 
CO 

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(DJ 


1 

1 
CO 

CO 

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1 

257 

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317 
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3 
103 
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4 


5,756 
165 
569 

3,058 

19 

(D) 
105 
10 

4 
(0) 
(DJ 

18 

13 
5 

40 
27 

13 

(0) 

4 

4 
(D) 
( *) 

3 
65 
<D> 

2 

4 

1 64 
6 
<D> 

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5 
3 
2 

2 

10 

1,014 

767 

591 

151 

15 

2 



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2 

2 



3 
3 



10 
3 

9 

1 
1 



32 

86 
42 


3 


688 
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236 

( • ) 

134 
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1 

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1 
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209 

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147 
32 
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549 
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24 

20 
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64 
62 

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6 

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128 

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(O 

< • ) 

l» ) 

u 
CO 



(O 

189 

(0) 
259 

(D) 


2 


(OJ 


121 
(DJ 


(D) 
(DJ 

I o 



( o 

u 



( • ; 
(O 
(O 

( . 1 
( •) 



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u 





( •) 

u 

(O 

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21 
(0) 
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( o 
u 
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370 

( ■ j 



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u 




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u 



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I • J 

(O 

u 
(•) 



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I •) 
I • ) 
(• ) 

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295 

74 
(D) 

8 
( •> 

< • / 


CO) 


(DJ 

( O 

( ' > 

l • ) 

1 • : 

I 'j 
t • l 

< • j 

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I • j 
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(D J 

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a 

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ij 
u 
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(J 



, 

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3 

14 



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Chemicals & allied products .. 


(DJ 

L 
L 


Soap, cleaners, S toiletries 


U 



Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
fabricated metal products .. 


(• ) 



(• ) 

L 


Machinery, except electrical 
Electric & electronic equip. 




Textile products & apparel . 




u 


Paper & allied products .... 

Rubber & plastics products . 
Stone, clay & jlass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments & related prods. 






(•J 

u 










Motor vehicles & equipment ... 




D 




(• ) 


farm-product raw materials ... 


u 

c 


food strs.,eat. & drink. places 








(« ) 






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Communication s pub. utilities 










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N0N8AA1JC U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table D-34 . 



of mineral Rights Owned or Leased 
Affiliate by Country 



[Thousands of acres] 



from Others by Affiliates* Industry of 
of UBO 



All industries 

Mining 

Petroleum ........ 



Manufacturing 



Food & kindred products 



All coun- 
tries 



Chemicals i. allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs 

Soap, cleaners/ & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 
Other 



(1 ) 

47,785 
2, 187 

37,082 
7,471 
(D) 

2,430 

( 0) 




CD) 

(D) 



C2) 

1 7,776 

644 

10,956 

CD) 

(D) 

( D) 


3 


( 0) 

(*) 



£ ur ope 



(3) 
25,244 

1 ,469 
21,460 

(D) 

(*) 



C4) 



Germany Nether- 
lands 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 



3,687 
935 
CD) 



CD) 
(D) 



(5) 
1 ,670 
41 
CD) 
CD) 







CD) 
CD) 



C6) 
(D) 
(D) 
CD) 
CD) 



united 
Kingdom 



Switzer- 
land 



CD) 
CD) 



(7) 

1,693 

CD) 

1,430 

CD) 

<*) 



CD) 
CD) 



C8) 
62 
CD) 
CO) 



J apan 



Austra- 
lia^ 
New Zea- 
land, 

and 

South 

Africa 



C10) 
CD) 
<D) 
CD) 



Latin 
Am«r i ca 



Middle 
East 



C12) 

53 



Other 
Africa, 

Asia, 

and 

Pacific 



CD) 



Uni ted 
States 



C14) 
CD) 



Add en- 
due — 
OPEC 



Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery 

Machinery, except electrical 
Electric S electronic equip. 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products 5 apparel . 
Lumber & furniture ......... 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing S publishing ...... 

Rubber Is plastics products . 
Stone, clay & glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments S related prods. 
Other 



Wholesale trade 

*lotor vehicles & equipment 
Petals & Tiinerals ......... 

Other durable goods ....... 

Farm-product raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade 

Food strs.,eat. & drink. places 
Retail trade, nee 



Finance, except banking 
Insurance 



Real estate 



Other industries ...... 

Agriculture ......... 

Forestry I fishing ., 
Construction ........ 

Trans portation ...... 

Communication & pub. 
Services ............ 



CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

CD) 
C D) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 



13 



I 

l: 



(D) 

778 
(D ) 
( D) 

[ 
( D) 



21 1 


CD) 












( D) 


CD) 




( D) 


(D) 












C* ) 







< ») 















( *) 







CD) 




a 











( D) 
( D) 



utilities 



CD) 
CD) 

CD) 
CD) 
C*) 



CD) 
<D) 



( D) 
CD) 



( . ) 
(*) 
C*) 



CD) 
CD) 



C*> 
CO 
C*) 



< .) 
C») 



(D) 
CD) 



<0) 

( . ) 



C • ) 
CD) 



I *) 

( • ) 



10) 
CD) 



I •) 
(.) 



94 



Table D-35. --Acres of Land Owned by Use* and Acres of Mineral Rights Owned or Leasee/ by 

Affiliates* by State 



NONdANK U.S. AFFlLlAJtS 



[Thousands of acres] 



Acres of land owned 



Agriculture 

and 

forestry 



Natural 
resources 



Manufac- 
turing and 
petroleum 
refining 



Commerc ial 

and 
residential 

1/ 



Other uses 



Acres of 

mineral rights 

owned or leased 

from others 



(1 ) 
9*552 

1*888 
9 

(0) 

5 

(0) 

( •) 
61 

5*8 

8 

(*) 

56 

37 

271 

197 

245 

M 

23 

H ) 

43 

40 



(2) 

7*031) 

CD) 

t> ) 
CD) 
(«) 
<D) 


33 

(D) 

(0) 


23 

1 
207 
ID) 

1 13 
43 
11 
36 

10 
12 



C3) 

1*317 

12 
4 
CD) 
<») 

(•) 


(D) 

76 



5 

< •) 
29 
42 

25 
1 
3 
9 

1 1 



(4) 



<5> 

246 
CD) 



(6/ 

71 7 

(0) 

2 
8 

<D) 

3 

<• ) 

CD) 

(0) 
<*) 

<•) 

1 

7 

1 8 

ID) 

ID ) 

5 
(D) 



<7) 

4 7*785 

82 
<•) 
(D) 
< •) 


(») 
(D) 

232 
I ■>) 


(0) 

(D) 
60 
162 

2*362 

(D) 
ID) 
(D) 

2 58 
ID) 



Tota I 



Mew En gland .... 
Connecticut .. 
Maine ........ 

Massachusetts 

New Hamp shire 
Rhode Island . 
Vermont 



Mideast 

D e la war e 
District of ( 
Maryland .... 
New Jersey . . 
New York 
Pennsylvania 



Great Lakes 
I I li noi s . 
I n di ana . . 
M i ch i gan . 
Ohio ..... 
W 1 sc ons 1 n 



240 

9 
2 
3 
2 



( • ) 
( • ) 



(D) 
C») 



35 
9 
5 
6 

1 1 
4 



1 



I •) 
< 0) 

( •) 

<•) 

(D) 



I • i 
C») 



3 

,'1 
2 



(0) 

(D) 
(D) 



27 
6 



CD) 



Pla i ns 

Iowa ........ 

Kansas ...... 

Minnesota ... 
M i ssour i . . . . 
\ ebrask a 
North Dakota 
South Dakota 



611 
31 

65 
310 

f I 
75 
S2 

I;-; 



436 

25 
(D) 
(D) 

65 

72 
6 

16 



87 
1 



(D) 

<0) 
CO) 

i . i 



( • i 
( • > 



( •) 
C*) 

( •) 



(» ) 

( DI 



22 

1 



(D) 
(0) 



8*198 
<*) 

1 *406 

32 

100 

1.452 

4*412 
796 



Sou t heast ....... 

A I ab ama ....... 

Arkansas ...... 

Florida ....... 

Georgia ....... 

Kentucky ...... 

Louisiana ..... 

M i ss iss i po i . . . 
North Carolina 
South Carolina 
Tennessee ..... 

Virginia ...... 

West Virginia . 



Sou t hwest 

A r izona . . . 
New Me* i co 
k la noma . . 
Texas ..... 



Ro c k y Moun tains 
Colo r ado . . . . . 

Idaho 

Mont ana ...... 

Utah 

Wyoming ...... 



Far We st 

California 
M e va da 
Oregon 
w a sh i ngt on 



Alas ka 



Hawaii ..................... 

Puerto Rico ................ 

Other territories & offshore 
Foreign .................... 



2*6S5 

326 

74 

424 

4- SI] 

31 
189 

87 
208 
339 
391 

96 

73 

1*203 

11 1 

128 

30 

934 

1*087 
391 

(D) 
233 
234 

(D) 

1 *1 74 
800 
<D) 
<D) 
55 

', 

96 

1 

5 





1,936 

220 

70 

222 

404 

1 5 

1 U 

82 

1 46 

295 

(D) 

(D) 

3 

5 53 
70 
19 
16 

448 

8 il 
292 

(D> 
209 

CD) 

<D ) 

912 
584 

(D) 

CD* 

(D) 



(D) 
(•) 
<*) 



450 
(D) 
( ») 
CD) 
CD) 

<D) 

8 

1 



1 1 
68 

392 

18 
(D) 
(0) 
301 

129 

61 

2 

1 9 

42 

6 

142 
<D) 
(D) 

'■ 
1 

: 



1 





2 

9 
9 
5 

12 
2 
8 

20 
7 
3 
1 

27 
1 
1 
2 

23 

5 
1 

1 
1 
1 



14 

111 
1 
1 
.» 



( • ) 
( • ) 
( • ) 



64 
1 



4 6 

5 



69 

1 3 



2 
54 



12 

v 



i •) 
( •) 



50 

40 

2 

1 

8 



C») 

i •) 



(D) 

CD) 

< D ) 



', S 
1 
(D) 
1 5 
5 
(D) 
( • ) 

162 
9 

CD) 
CD) 
107 

11 1 
28 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 
C») 
CO) 



CD) 

( • l 



5*194 
212 
449 
B91 
27 
429 

1*287 
769 

CD) 

(D) 
373 
-'■ 
636 

7*8<.U 
263 

1*940 
933 

4*703 

12*775 
2*1 51 
574 
4*1 50 
3*293 
2*607 

3*919 

1*010 

1,945 

(D) 

CD) 

CD) 

C*) 



CD) 
C«) 



", 



NCIN8AHK U.S. AfflLIATfS 



Table D-35. --Acres of Land Owned by Affiliates* State 

[Thousands of acres] 



by Industry of Affiliate 1/ 



All industries 



Agriculture* 

forestry* and 

fishing 



Manufac- 
turing 



whol esale 
trade 



Real estate 



Other 
industries 



C2) 



(3) 

3*499 

(0) 

2 
( D) 

2 
(0) 

< .) 
CO) 

(0) 



1 3 

1 1 
(0) 
CD) 

79 

8 
I I 
40 
15 

6 

272 

7 
(D) 
(D) 
36 

< 0) 
<•) 
<*) 

1*180 

u 

3 

1 76 

CD) 

6 
39 
(0) 

70 
<D) 
<D) 
26 
2 

50 
5 
(•) 

1 
44 

185 
CD) 

< 0) 

1 1 
(0) 

2 

670 
348 

(0) 

CD) 

CD) 

1 



(5) 

1*885 

CD) 
1 

3 
1 

CD) 

CO 
13 

50 



C6) 

1*555 



23 
1 



Tota I 



New En gland .... 
Connecticut .. 

Maine 

Massachusetts 
New Hampshire 
Rhode Island . 
Vermont ...... 



Mi de as t 

Delaware .... 
District of C 
Maryland .... 
.New Jersey .. 

New York . . . . 

P e nn sy I v an i a 



Great Lakes 
Illinois . 
I nd i ana . . 
Michigan . 

Ohio 

w i sc ons 1 n 



Plains 

Iowa ........ 

Kansas ...... 

Minnesota ... 
Missouri 
Nebraska .... 
North Dakota 
South Dakota 



Southeast 

A I ab ama ....... 

Arkansas 

Florida ....... 

Georgia ....... 

Kert ucky 

Louisiana 

Mississippi ... 
North Carolina 
South Carolina 
Tennessee ..... 

Virginia 

West Virginia . 



Sou t hu est 

Arizona ... 
New Mexico 
k la homa . . 
Texas ..... 



Rocky Moun tains 

Colorado 

Idaho 

Montana ...... 

U t ah 

Wyoming ...... 



Far west .... 
California 
N e va da 
Oregon . . . . 

A a sh 1 ng t on 



Alaska 

Hawaii 

Puerto Rico 

Other territories* i offshore 
Foreign .................... 



CD) 

I •) 

61 

548 
8 
( ») 

36 

37 

271 

197 

245 
61 
23 
80 
43 
40 

61 1 
31 

-,'. 

M.I 
81 
75 
32 
18 

2*688 
326 

74 
424 
450 

31 
1 89 

87 
208 
339 
391 

96 

73 

1 *203 

1 1 1 

1 28 

30 

934 

1 *087 
391 

( 0) 
233 

234 
<D> 

1 ,1 74 
800 
(D) 
( D) 

55 

6 

96 
1 
5 




CD) 
CO 
CD) 

( •) 



38 
27 
(D) 

2 
2 
( D) 

1 34 

11 

11 

6 

28 

< D) 

1 

(D) 

426 
( 0) 
37 
78 
1 03 
5 
47 
37 
36 
I 0) 
C D) 

29 


322 

C D) 
( D) 

1 
219 

310 
( D) 
3 

< D> 
I . ) 
CD) 

CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
C O 
< ») 



36 5 

8 

5 
2 

1 



< o 
CO 



1 
22 



( • > 
CO 
( • > 
CD) 

1 
CD) 



7 

2 
CO 
1 
3 
1 

3 
1 

l«) 
1 

C O 

( •) 

< •) 

CO 

304 

CD) 

1 
CD) 
CD) 
CO 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

< ) 



( O 

( . > 



( o 

{ • I 



( . ) 
( * ) 

CO 



CD) 

(• J 



13 
17 
17 



41 

1 b 
4 

4 
8 



78 
11 
28 
6 
15 



CD) 



491 
48 
33 

114 

V,' 

12 
63 

26 

CD) 
20 
28 
28 

CD) 

419 

22 
CD) 
CD) 
357 

469 

99 

CO 

175 

181 

13 

24U 

14 

6 

1 1 



I ' > 
(D) 

CD) 
(0) 

<o 

<D) 



80 


7 


CD) 


33 


13 


CD) 


125 


CD) 


CD) 


2 


CD) 


(01 


(D) 


287 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 



1 1 

53 

400 
CD) 
(Dj 
CD) 

307 

122 

CD) 

1 
CD) 
CD) 

5 

CD) 
<D) 



% 



nonbank u.s. affiliates 



Table D-37_--Acres of. Land Owned by Affiliates* State by Country of UfiO 
[Thousands of acres] 



Middle | Other lunited 

Africa* ^States 

Asia* 

and 

Pac i f 1 c 



All c oun- 
tries 



Eur ope 

Of which-- 



Ger many 



Net h e r- 
l ands 



Uni t ed 
Kingdom 



Switzer- 
land 



Austra- 
lia* 
Mew Zea- 
land* 

and 

Sou t h 

Africa 



Latin 
America 



Add e n- 
cum — 
OPEC 



<1 ) 

9*552 

1 *888 
9 
(D) 

5 
(0) 
(• ) 
61 

548 

8 

( • ) 

36 

3? 

271 

197 



(2J 
2*692 

(0) 

1 

( D) 

1 
1 

( •) 
16 

297 
< • ) 
( •) 

9 
(DJ 
(0) 
(DJ 



<3> 
5*756 

(0) 

7 
(D) 

3 
(0) 
(• ) 
35 

2 35 

8 
(*) 



(4) 
<0) 



(5) 

688 



(6) 

549 



<7) 

1*282 



(10) 



(11) 

487 

7 
(*J 

i • i 

( • ) 
1 




(12) 
121 



(13) 

37U 



(14) 
(0) 



(1 5) 

1 Vi. 

7 



Tot a I 



Mew England .... 
Connecticut .. 
Maine ........ 

Massachusetts 
New Hamp sn i re 
Rhode island . 
V e rmont ...... 



Mideast 

e la ware ...... ...... 

District of Columbia 
Maryland ............ 

New Jersey .......... 

■Jew York 

Pennsylvania ........ 



23 



( D) 
(D) 
(D) 



(D ) 
<*) 
(D) 

<o 

( D) 

(*) 

(0) 

<D ) 
I • ) 
< •) 



(0) 
(D) 



(*) 
(*) 



42 
1 
) 

1 6 
5 

10 

10 



(0) 
(») 
(»* 
(•J 

( • ) 
( • ) 
(0) 



(0) 

< • ) 

(0) 



1 1 

6 
2 
1 
2 



34 

1 



( •) 

( • ) 



(DJ 
CD* 



(») 
(0) 

i* ) 
(• ) 
l ■ ) 
(0) 



<*) 

< •) 
( • ) 

( . 1 



( • I 



(»J 

( • ) 



( ■ ) 
( •) 

( ■ I 

( . ) 



I •; 
( • > 
( *) 

< * 1 



l • ) 
( • ) 



( • I 

( • ) 

( • ) 

( ■ ) 



(• ) 



1 



(•) 
(*) 



6r e a t Lakes 
I L li noi s . 
I n dl ana . . 
M i ch i gan . 

Ohio 

W i sc ons in 



PI a i ns 

Iowa ........ 

Kansas ...... 

M inneso t a . . • 
Missouri .... 
Nebraska .... 
Nort h Dakota 
Sout h Dakota 



245 
61 
23 
80 
43 
40 

61 1 

31 
65 
310 
81 
75 
32 
18 



102 

5 
(D) 
64 

7 
(D) 

274 

3 

( D) 

230 

1 1 

( D) 

24 

3 



1 19 
39 
18 
15 
32 
IS 



27 

41 

79 
57 

I 
8 
14 



(DJ 

ID) 
( • ) 



53 

1 7 
10 



68 
20 
16 

4 

17 
1 
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10 



(D) 
(») 



( • ) 
(») 



( • ) 
< ») 



(D) 

< •) 
(0) 



(*) 

(0 ) 



( ') 
(«) 

( • ) 
< • ) 
( • ) 

(*) 



I ») 
(«J 



(•) 
(») 



17 
15 



(D) 
(») 
(•) 
(C) 



32 
1 

13 


12 



i • i 
(*) 
( • > 



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(•J 
(») 
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< • ) 
( • ) 



< •> 
(») 



( • ) 
( • ) 
< •) 

( • ) 



(DJ 
(DJ 

( • ) 

i • ) 
(*J 



l«J 



(•) 

(• ) 



(• ) 
(• I 
(« ) 



Southeast ....... 

A I abama ....... 

Arkansas ...... 

Florida ....... 

Georgia ....... 

Kentucky ...... 

Louisiana ..... 

Mississippi ... 
North Carolina 
South Carolina 
Tennessee ..... 

Virginia ...... 

West Virginia . 



Sout hw est ... 
A r i2 ona 
New Mex i co 
k la noma • . 
Texas ..... 



Rocky Moun tains 
Colorado ..... 

Idaho ........ 

Mont ana ...... 

Utah 

Wyoming ...... 



Far West . 

Cali fornia 
Nevada . . . . 

Oregon 
Washington 



Alaska 



Hawaii ..... 
Pue r to Rico 



Other territories 4 offshore 
Foreign .................... 



2*688 
326 

74 
424 

4 50 

31 

18V 

87 

208 

339 

391 

96 

73 

1 *203 

1 1 1 

128 

30 

934 

1*087 
391 

(D) 
233 
234 

( D) 

1,174 
800 
(D) 
( D) 
55 

6 

96 

1 

5 





421 
(DJ 



3 

1 

12 

( DJ 

192 
( DJ 
(DJ 

4 

137 

296 

229 
1 

(D) 

! DJ 

5 

< D) 

93 
(DJ 
(D) 
(DJ 



CD) 

( .) 



1*955 

1 60 
63 

2 76 
316 

23 

1 10 

74 

1 55 

318 

(D) 

71 
(D) 

754 
13 
94 
25 

622 

562 

1 48 
(D) 

181 
(DJ 
(D) 

912 

612 

15 

(D) 

(DJ 



122 


268 


3 


2 


(DJ 


21 


54 


93 


8 


61 


2 


3 


1 


12 


1 


13 


(D) 


4 


4 


33 


(• ) 


3 


13 


ZZ 


(D) 


1 


18 


69 


1 


( DJ 


(*) 


<»J 


1 


(D) 


1 6 


57 


188 


1 1 U 


(D) 


97 


(DJ 


( * ) 


(DJ 


<D> 


(D) 


( •) 


( • ) 


(D) 


(D) 


74 


(D) 


71 


<• ) 


(•) 


(D) 


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(D) 


3 



(*) 
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123 
1 
5 

1 1 
6 
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4 
5 
5 



(D) 
(D) 
CO) 



(0) 
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<0) 
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(»J 



966 
(D) 

2 
43 
177 
5 
38 
(D) 
( 0) 
(D) 
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22 
( •) 



(*) 
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I D) 



(DJ 
(0) 
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(0) 
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247 

(D) 

1 1 

52 

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a c re s J 





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indus- 
tries 


Govern- 
ment 


Individ- 
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estates, 

and 

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leum 


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culture 


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t i on 


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NUNtfANk U.S. AFFILIAItS 



Table £-1. --Income Statement of Affiliates* Industry of Affiliate oy Account 
[Millions of dollars!) 



Income 
from 
other 
U.S. 

affili- 
ates 



Equ i t y in 
net 

income of 
foreign 

business 
enter- 
prises 



I nc ome 

from 
other 
equi t y 
n ve s t- 
men t s 



Net 
capital 

gains 
(losses) 

1 / 



Costs and expenses 



Cost of 
goods 



Selling* 
general* 

and 
a dmi n i s - 
t r a t i we 
expenses 



U.S. 
income 
taxes 



Ne t 
i nc o oe 



(2) 
412*705 

3*388 
893 

1,622 
872 

56*020 

1*242 

356 

886 

36*108 

17*827 

843 



(4 ) 

1*686 

(D) 




(0) 

259 
30 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
( » ) 
(D) 



C5) 

210 

(*> 

( ■ ) 
( • > 



1 7 
3 
) 
3 

9 
5 



(6J 

402 
35 



(7) 
3*931 

(D) 
1 2 
32 

(D) 

597 

47 
(D) 
(£>) 
<B* 
(0) 
(0) 



(8) 

410*092 

3,271 

903 
(D) 
(D) 

52.5S7 

(0) 

(0) 
81 1 

(D) 
17,575 

( D> 



(9) 

354*859 

2*868 

767 

1.498 

604 

4 5*660 
863 
273 
589 
27,210 
16.993 
575 



(10) 

40*257 

160 
4S 
51 
64 

2*533 

1 75 

60 

1 1 5 

2*020 

244 

94 



(1 1 J 

7*066 

68 
4 
(D) 
(D) 

3,628 

<D) 

(0) 

76 
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(D) 
(0) 



(12) 
7*910 

175 

88 
47 
41 

73 5 

84 
53 
31 

438 
(0) 

( u) 



(13) 


8* 91 7 


392 


2 


( o ) 


(D) 


4.369 


(D ) 


(D) 


134 


<0) 


361 


(D ) 



All industries 



Mining ................... 

Metal mining ........... 

C oal 

Nonmetallic minerals. ex. 



fuels 



Petroleum ...................... 

Oil & gas extraction ......... 

Crude pet. (no retin.) & gas 
Oil & gas field services ... 

Petroleum- & coal products mfg. 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 

Other 



3*663 

905 

1,660 

1 ,099 

56,926 

1*357 

41 2 

945 

36*685 

1 7,956 

929 



< •) 
(•3 



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l 

2 

-5 

5 



( • ) 



2 
34 

32 

34 

25 

9 

-15 



( D) 
<D* 



Man u factoring 



Food & kindred products ...... 

Grain mill & bakery products 
Beverages .................. 

Other 

Chemicals S allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs ...................... 

Soap* cleaners* & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 

Other 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 

Primary metal industries ... 

Ferrous .................. 

Nonferrous ............... 

Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery .................... 

Machinery* except electrical 

Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Office & computing mach. . 

Other .. 

Electric & electronic equip. 

Radio* TV* & comm. equip. 

Electronic components .... 

Other 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products & apparel . 

Lumber & furniture ......... 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber i plastics products . 

Stone* clay S glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 
Motor vehicles S equipment 
Other 

Instruments 8 related prods. 

Other 



99,558 

12,1 50 
1,730 
2,761 
7,659 

28,390 
1 4,507 
2*399 
4*075 
5*905 
1*504 

13*160 

10,265 

2,809 

7,4 56 

2,895 

21 ,460 
9,170 
2,193 
1 *683 
1*522 
3*772 

1 2*290 
2*424 
6*165 
3*701 

24,398 
1 .588 
708 
3.813 
2.744 
1 .695 
4 ,24 5 
6,61 5 
5,239 
1,3 76 
1 ,640 
1,350 



97,990 

1 1,956 
1,724 
2,674 
7,558 

28*152 
14,489 
2*466 
4*007 
5*736 
1,453 

12*91 1 

10*1 13 

2*786 

7,327 

2,798 

20.917 
8,941 
2,1 1 7 
1,642 
1,479 
3,703 

1 1,977 
2,320 
6*005 
3*651 

24,053 
1*563 
696 
3,746 
2,720 
1,677 
4,186 
6*538 
5,201 
1,338 
1,624 
1*304 



370 

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39 

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86 
57 

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3 

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19 
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3 

1 1 
9 



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6 
32 
(D) 

30 9 

(D) 
3-4 
47 
35 

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25 
(D) 
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321 

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11 *934 
1*719 
2*584 
7,631 

28*085 
14*592 
2.508 
3*966 
5,546 
1,473 

12,81 1 
1 C .01 4 

2.800 
7,214 
2,797 

21 .302 
9,228 
2*245 
1 *672 
1*487 
3.825 

12.074 
2.549 
5*808 
3*716 

24*373 
1 *580 
699 
3*656 
2*635 
1*723 
4,197 
6,872 
5,510 
1 ,362 
1 *682 
1 *329 



75*375 17*718 



9*089 
1*1 98 
1*847 
6*044 

20,008 

1 1,263 

1,257 

2,481 

4.033 

974 

10.786 
8.658 
2.418 
6.24U 
2.128 

1 5.971 
7.014 
1.767 
1 .349 
98 5 
2.943 
8.926 
1.770 
4.165 
2.991 

1 9.521 
1 ,196 

565 
3,150 
1 ,806 
1 ,375 
3,340 
5,968 
4,852 
1,117 
1,192 

930 



2,305 
448 
560 

1 ,296 

6,594 
2.769 
943 
1,284 
(D) 
(D) 



1 



323 

806 
226 
580 
517 

3,886 

1 *662 
334 
262 
426 
640 

2,224 

(0) 

1,043 

(D) 

3*61 1 
303 
1 1 5 
S4 5 
619 
300 
504 
671 
495 
1 76 
416 

339 



1 ...69 

1 }6 
25 

1 16 
55 

330 
35 
46 
96 

130 
23 

284 
212 

28 
185 

72 

380 
89 
22 
14 
24 
29 

29 1 

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1 

280 

30 

7 

75 

145 

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25 

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(D) 

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28 



3.943 

544 
47 
61 

236 

1-*154 
525 
262 

106 
(0) 
(D) 

418 
338 
128 
210 
80 



1 .066 
433 
121 
46 
52 
213 
633 

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310 

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761 
52 

12 

86 

66 

51 

328 

266 

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12 



1 *c;3 

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177 

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9 
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8 

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157 

109 

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1 4 

-42 

22 



Wholesale trade 

Motor vehicles & equipment 

Metals & minerals 

Other durable goods ....... 

Farm-product raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade ........ ........ 

Food strs.*eat. £ drink. places 
Retail trade* nee ............ 



Finance* except banking 
Insurance .............. 



Real estate 



Other industries ............... 

Agriculture .................. 

Forestry & fishing ........... 

Construction ................. 

Transportation ............... 

Communication & pub. utilities 
Services ..................... 

Hotels & oth. lodging places 

Business services .......... 

Motion pictures & TV tape .. 

Engineering & architecture . 

Other ...................... 



199*658 
33*604 
55*256 
60*883 
36*926 
1 2*990 

23.701 

1 6*096 

7,605 

5,049 

14,907 



1 97,573 
33*345 
54,165 
60*543 
36*670 
12*850 

23*577 

16.036 

7,541 

4,755 



11,313 


1 0.959 


709 


670 


28 


26 


4,690 


4.604 


2*249 


2.162 


149 


142 


3*488 


3*356 


793 


789 


1*012 


960 


132 


129 


61 7 


594 


934 


885 



7 

12 
3 



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17 

24 

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92 

39 

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1 ,425 
222 

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220 
130 

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21 

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151 

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126 

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1 98*455 
33*362 
54,625 
60*774 
36,76 7 
12*926 

23,423 

16.020 

7**03 

4*670 

13*754 

4, 178 

1 1*281 

732 

24 

4*706 

2.221 

1 66 

3*431 

798 

972 

14 1 

604 
91 6 



1 b6*435 
30*773 
52,654 

56*089 
3S.478 
1 1 ,440 

1 7,658 

1 2,728 

«,930 

3,973 

1 1 ,030 
3,309 



8,959 
1 ,84 7 

99U 
3,960 

919 
1 *243 

5,131 
3*086 
2*042 

487 

2*430 
652 



8*551 


2,186 


553 


133 


1 7 


3 


4,127 


446 


1,522 


568 


1 00 


4 J 


2,232 


986 


421 


293 


650 


288 


100 


32 


446 


131 


61 4 


242 



979 
-1 5 
131 
24 $ 
89 
101 

286 

53 

233 

142 

213 

71 

209 

22 

2 

65 

43 

3 

7 6 

25 

17 

• ) 

17 

16 



*U62 
327 
650 
482 
281 
142 

348 
150 
198 

67 

81 
145 

334 
25 

1 
68 
89 
14 
137 
59 
17 

9 
lo 
43 



1,203 
24 1 
631 
108 
1 59 



278 
76 

202 

379 
1*153 



-25 

5 

-1 6 

27 

-1 7 

-6 

41 



13 
1 y 



' 



NONeANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table E-2. --Income Statement of Affiliates* Country and Industry of UBO by Account 

[Millions of dollars] 



Income 



Income 

from 

other 

U.S. 
af f i I i- 

a te s 



Equ i t y in 
ne t 

i nc one of 
f o rei gn 

bus i nes s 
enter- 
prises 



Income 

from 
other 
equity 
invest- 
ments 



Net 
capital 

gains 

( t o sses) 

1 / 



Costs and expenses 



Cost of 
goods 



Selling* 
general* 

and 
admin i s- 
t rat i ve 
expenses 



U.S. 
income 
taxes 



Ne t 

incoie 



All countries* 



all industries 



< 1 ) (2) 

419,009 412,705 



(4) 

1 ,636 



< 5) 
210 



<6) 
402 



(7) (3) (9) (10) 
3,931 410,092 354,859 40,257 



(11 ) 
7,U66 



(12J 

7,910 



(13) 

8, 917 



European Communities (9) 

Belgium 

Denmark ............... 

France ................ 

Germany 

Ireland ............... 

It aly 

Luxembourg ............ 

Netherlands 

United Kingdom ........ 



262,449 259,414 



Other Europe ... 
Au stria ...... 

Finland 

Liecht en stein 
Norway ....... 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland .. 
Ot her 



Jaoan 

Australia, N.Zealand, 
Latin America ....... 



South s Central America 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Mexico ............... 

Panama 

Venezuela ............ 

Other 



Other western Hemisphere . 

Bahamas 

Eermuda 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
L.K. Islands, Caribbean 
Other 



Middle East 

Israel 

Other 

Kuwai t 

Lebanon ............. 

Saudi Arabia 

United Arab Emirates 
Ot her 



Asia, & Pacific 



Other Afric 

Other Africa 

1 her Asia 5 Pacific 

Hong <oig ........ 

Philippines 

South Korea ...... 

Ot her 



Uni t ed States 



Add endum--uPEC 



232,712 

5,571 

954 

41,247 

46,392 

592 

2,746 

910 

39,039 

95,261 

29,737 
248 
195 
404 
374 
1 26 
6,999 

20,841 
550 

85,276 

1 7,059 

8,433 

4,489 

89 
636 

669 
1 ,499 
( D) 
(0) 

3,944 

1,151 

ID) 

(D) 
65 
12 

3,375 
61 8 

2,757 
1 96 
377 

1 ,973 

35 

175 

2,685 

37 

2,648 

1,058 

529 

923 

138 

3,41 7 

3,330 



230,040 

5,469 

940 

40,806 

45,620 

584 

2,692 

901 

38,61 3 

94,41 

29.373 
242 
179 
396 
370 
1 1 9 
6,897 

20,627 
544 

84,207 

16,350 

8,153 

4,355 

88 

629 

661 

1,397 

(D ) 

(D) 

3,79S 

1,161 

(D) 

(D) 
61 
1 2 

3,305 
589 

2,716 
1 81 
372 

1,956 

34 

173 

2,572 

33 

2,539 

1,048 

521 

83 5 

1 56 

3,248 

3,289 



51 

-3 

1 
-47 
<* ) 
(D ) 

13 
(•) 
(D) 
(« ) 
31 
-25 



16 
3 



5 
1 
4 
5 
-2 
1 
1 



( • ) 

(D) 
<») 
(D) 
(D) 

<*) 
(*) 



235 




1 1 


147 


41 5 


35,248 


29,01 6 


4.394 


669 


1,169 


570 


157 


64 


2,246 


256,804 


218,509 


28.627 


5.159 


4.509 


538 


1 1 7 


33 


1,983 


227,281 


195,225 


23.359 


4,918 


3,779 


(D) 




<•) 




11 


(D) 


5,441 


4,782 


439 


1 12 


108 


(*) 






4 


1 


8 


950 


779 


(0) 


10 


(0) 


(D) 






29 


55 


279 


40,967 


36.097 


3.943 


334 


587 


201 




33 


1 ■-> 


506 


46,197 


37.368 


7.453 


245 


1.131 


(»> 









4 


4 


591 


41 4 


(D) 


13 


(SJ 


( • i 






1 


5 


<D> 


2,866 


2.296 


438 


19 


112 




1 


(») 




( *) 


8 


91 1 


739 


143 


14 


16 


104 




7 


-22 


301 


37,260 


32.429 


3.046 


1,303 


481 




57 




42 


-39 


81 7 


92,099 


80.320 


7.610 


2,868 


1.301 




32 




40 


31 


263 


29.523 


23.284 


5.268 


241 


730 


(*) 




( • ) 




( ») 


6 


253 


203 


46 


1 


5 


( . ) 




( • 1 




( D) 


(D) 


200 


1 50 


36 


(0) 


(D) 


( • ) 









3 


5 


( 1 6 


298 


112 


2 


3 




1 


(D) 




( •) 


(D) 


5«J 


501 


69 


2 


1 1 


(*) 









( D) 


(0) 


125 


91 


29 


4 


2 




1 4 


(D) 




7 


<D ) 


6,941 


5.960 


82 7 


36 


1 18 




1 1 




1 7 


3 


1 73 


20,656 


1 5.828 


4.063 


186 


578 


( • ) 




( . ) 




< *) 


6 


550 


454 


86 


(D) 


(0) 




36 




13 


31 


974 


84,547 


78.042 


4,383 


714 


1,408 


(D) 






2 


39 


(D) 


16.382 


(D) 


<0) 


67 


<») 




75 


(0) 




94 


(0) 


8,118 


6.352 


1.04 8 


330 


387 


(D) 




(D) 




13 


(D) 


4.472 


3,855 


437 


SO 


130 












(») 


1 


90 


77 


7 


1 


5 







( • ) 




< •) 


7 


04? 


619 


18 


1 


8 







(*) 




2 


6 


685 


585 


75 


4 


20 


(D) 






5 


6 


(D) 


1.464 


1.114 


(D) 


31 


(0) 


<*) 









1 


4 


(0) 


(D) 


23 


9 


5 


(D) 




(D) 




2 


6 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


3 


ID) 


(D) 




( • ) 




82 


(D) 


3,646 


2.497 


61 1 


281 


257 


(0) 




(•) 




(0) 


9 


1 .1 72 


871 


246 


<D) 


(D) 




1 


(•) 




( *) 


7 


<D) 


(D) 


66 


1 1 


18 


(*) 




(*) 




ID) 


<D) 


(D) 


(D) 


2 75 


ID) 


a>) 




1 




i) 


-1 


4 


74 


49 


22 


1 


2 












U 


(*) 


12 


9 


3 


(•) 


(») 




10 




18 


8 


31 


3,348 


2,861 


391 


li 


60 




9 


(D) 




3 


(0) 


602 


503 


84 


10 


5 




1 


( 0) 




5 


(D) 


2,746 


2,359 


30 7 


25 


55 









4 


1 


5 


188 


147 


n 


CO 


14 




1 


I * ) 




-1 


8 


386 


31 1 


49 


2 


24 


(*) 




(D) 




5 


(D) 


1,951 


1,722 


197 


23 


3 




u 


( • ) 




U 


(* ) 


41 


14 


(0) 





(DJ 







( • ) 




< o 


2 


180 


16 = 


ID) 


(«) 


CD) 




3 


(0) 




(D) 


(D) 


2,670 


2,1 12 


(D) 


42 


(0) 




3 


( ») 




( ») 


1 


3* 


1 9 


1 1 


1 


2 


( • 1 




CD) 




(D) 


(D) 


2,636 


2.093 


(D) 


41 


(D) 


(*) 




CO) 




5 


10 


1,027 


701 


265 


44 


16 







(*) 




(D) 


(D) 


539 


518 


(B) 


-4 


(D) 












-1 


89 


935 


/5c 


141 


(*) 


57 












( •) 


2 


136 


1 1 7 


16 


1 


3 


(0) 




(D) 




( D) 


(D) 


2,975 


(D) 


ID) 


49 


(B) 


(») 




(D) 




8 


(D) 


3.303 


2,93 5 


296 


33 


39 



5 


.431 




131 




4 




280 




196 




-120 




-2 


1 


,778 


3 


, 162 




213 




-5 




- 3 




-12 




-9 




58 




185 


( 


• ) 



72 9 



315 

17 
-J 

-11 

-lo 

35 



298 

-ZZ 

1 

32 7 

-9 

(*) 

27 
17 

1 1 

8 

-9 

Zl 

-6 
-5 

16 

3 

13 

12 

-10 
-12 

2 

4*2 
28 



By industry 

Government 7,914 7,734 

Individuals, estates, S trusts . 43,435 42,502 

Petroleum 49,710 48,916 

Agriculture 1,973 1.959 

Mining 19.390 18.805 

Construction 4.230 4,133 

Manufacturing 104,476 103,170 

Transp., comm., & pub. utilities 6,342 6,239 

Wholesale and retail trade 86.042 85.038 

Banking 41.927 41.853 

Holding companies 34,010 33,191 

Other finance and insurance .... 14,166 13,871 

Real estate 2,554 2,429 

Services 2,839 2,815 



11 
20 
10 
1 
-1 
I 

-24 

6 

6 

l 5 

-2 

I 

11 

-2 



-1 5 


32 


324 


20 


1 84 


-2 


2 


( * ) 


(D> 


< ») 


(D) 


3 


260 


23 


<D> 


4 


36 


16 


12 


(D) 


376 


1 1 


5 


(0) 


1 


4 


3 


< •) 



24 


80 


8.1 10 


7,016 


917 


-5 


181 


126 


4 43 


42 ,461 


35,378 


5,7 54 


506 


824 


19 


584 


45,480 


38,704 


2,490 


3,532 


754 


-1 


1 1 


2.001 


1 ,848 


130 


3 


20 


45 


(0) 


1 8,885 


1 7,878 


549 


76 


382 


12 


38 


4,248 


3,719 


41 1 


52 


66 


-1 51 


1,197 


103,738 


81,816 


17,467 


1,384 


3.071 


2 


(D) 


6,387 


5.273 


812 


47 


255 


20 


927 


85,609 


79.492 


4.540 


405 


1.172 


2 


ID) 


41 ,737 


41 ,309 


285 


84 


58 


161 


273 


32,786 


27,285 


3,873 


668 


961 


117 


77 


13.330 


1 0.836 


2,231 


213 


49 


22 


87 


2,500 


2.021 


362 


55 


63 


3 


22 


2,819 


2,284 


437 


45 


53 



-196 

973 

4,230 
-2 9 
5C6 
-18 
738 
-45 

•43-. 

190 

1.224 

836 

54 

20 



NONtiANK U.S. Alf ILUItS 



E-3.-- Income Statement of Aff 
[Milt ions 



iliates. Country of foreign 
of dollars] 



Parent by Account 



1 nc ome 



Income 

f rom 

other 

U.S. 
af f i I i- 

a tes 



Equity in 

n e t 

i nc ome of 
foreign 

business 
enter- 
prises 



Income 

from 
other 
equi t y 
invest- 
ments 



Net 
capital 

gains 
(losses) 

1 / 



Costs and expenses 



Cost of 
g oods 
sold 



Selling* 
general* 

and 
admi n i s- 
t ra t i we 
expenses 



U.S. 
income 
taxes 



Ne t 
i nc o Jre 



(2) 

4,1 3,705 

30,810 

269,060 

242,183 

5,308 

915 

32,190 

41,799 

592 

487 

1,392 

86,947 

72,553 

26,878 
218 
1 70 
<D> 

359 
(0) 

6,663 

18,694 

526 



(4) 



(5) 

210 
13 

1 46 

105 
< •) 

4 

26 

32 



1 

1 

-1 

41 



(6) 

402 

1 17 

88 

63 
( D) 

1 

41 

1 

4 

ID) 

1 

48 

-54 



(7) 

3,931 

330 

2,265 

2,01* 
(0) 

a 

242 

454 

4 

(0) 

1 1 
850 
41 7 

251 
5 
7 
2 
3 

( • ) 

(0) 

(0) 

5 



(8) 

410,092 

3U,823 

266,079 

239,012 

5,287 

922 

32,355 

42,361 

598 

494 

1 ,426 

83,598 

71 ,972 

27,067 

228 

184 

156 

373 

98 

6,701 

18,800 

528 



(9) 

354,859 

25,670 

228,248 

207,052 

4,646 

758 

29,052 

34,519 

421 

369 

1 ,184 

72,580 

63,524 

21 ,195 

187 

139 

116 

301 

70 

5,787 

14,157 

437 



(10, 
40,257 
3,829 
27,740 



(1 1 J 
7,066 
438 
5,407 

5,21 1 

1U7 

10 

258 

248 

13 

6 

9 

3,813 

747 

196 
1 
5 
3 

I 

', 

36 

143 

3 



(12) 
7,910 

riot, 

4,685 

-,023 

97 

(D) 

476 

969 

(D) 

16 

zz 

1,563 
a38 

662 

4 

4 

2 

11 

2 

1 1 4 

520 

6 



(1 3) 

B,917 

569 

6,658 

6,496 

120 

o 

2U2 

132 

2 

4 

-2 1 

5,036 

1,013 

1o2 

-4 

-a 
-i 

-9 

6 

64 

1 12 

3 



All countries 



European Communities (9) 
Belgium ..•••.......... 

Denmark ............... 

France 

Germany ............... 

Ireland ............... 

Italy 

Luxembourg ............ 

Netherlands ........... 

United <ingdom ........ 



Other Europe ... 
Au stria ...... 

Finland ...... 

Liechtenstein 
Norway ....... 

Spain ........ 

Su eden ...... . 

Switzerland .. 
Other 



419,009 

31 ,392 

272,738 

245,508 

5,407 

928 

32,557 

42,493 

599 

498 

1,405 

88,636 

72,985 

27,229 
224 
1 7 5 
155 
363 
104 
6,765 

18,91 1 
531 



76 
32 
28 
24 

) 

16 

1 5 



80 
-39 



-2 

2 
6 



1,151 

1,120 
(0) 
(•) 
41 

191 
( «) 
(0) 
( •) 

712 
67 



31 



(• ) 
<») 
(*) 



1 


14 
16 



(») 
(*) 
<*) 



25 



( •) 



(D, 
(0) 

( • > 



( •) 
( *) 
(0) 
( *) 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 
( •) 



22 



726 

437 
(D) 
2,569 
6,625 
(D> 
104 
21 1 
5,642 
6,863 

5,014 
37 
35 
35 
59 
ZZ 
763 

3,98U 
82 



Japan .......................... 

Australia, N.Zealand, & S.Africa 



Latin Ame r i c a 



South & Central 
Ar gent i n a . . . . 

Brazi I ....... 

Mexico ....... 

Pa nama ....... 

venez uel a . . . . 

Ot her ........ 



Other western Hemisphere . 
Bahamas ................ 

Bermuda ................ 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands, Caribbean 
Ot her 



Midd le East 

Israel ................ 

Other .... 

Kuwait .............. 

Lebanon 

Saudi Arabia ........ 

United Arab Emirates 

Other 



Other Africa, Asia, & P 
Other Africa ........ 

Other Asia & Pacific 

Hong Kong ......... 

Philippines ....... 

South Korea ....... 

Ot her 



Addendum — OPEC 



85,224 
1,362 

24 ,744 

3,407 
10 

(D) 
547 

2,005 
63 

(D) 

21 ,337 

(0) 

3,857 
1 3,732 

2,366 

(0) 

1 ,649 
552 
1,097 
(D) 
(») 
(0) 
5 
40 

1,900 
148 

1 ,752 

513 

278 

923 

38 

1,167 



84,1 57 

1,219 

24,053 

(D) 

10 
(D) 

541 
1 ,896 

59 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
3,671 
13,431 
2,317 
(D> 

1,61 1 
529 
1,082 
(D) 
<•) 
<D ) 

4 
4.) 

1,795 

(D) 
(0) 

504 
(D) 

835 
38 

1,147 



16 

-2 

-4 



<*) 
(•) 



<•) 
<• ) 



<0 > 
<*) 
(f>) 
(0) 



(*) 

(0) 
(0) 
(D) 
(DJ 

<*) 

( • ) 



35 

(D) 

266 

(D) 




(D) 



(») 

(D) 
<D> 
<D) 



(D) 
(0) 
( • ) 



( D) 

(*) 
<*) 
(0) 

(•) 

<D) 

(•) 
(*) 



(0) 

<0) 
(D) 

( D) 



(0) 
<D) 
<0) 
( •) 
(0) 



31 

(♦) 

161 

1 1 
( *.) 
( ») 

2 
C D) 

1 

(C) 

150 

(D) 

(D) 
1 37 
-1 5 

( *) 

3 
2 

1 
( •) 


( ») 



( •) 
(*) 
(D) 



973 

<D) 

243 

( 0) 
(•) 



2 

1 

CD, 

(D) 
(0) 
1 39 
24 
(*) 

(0) 
<DJ 
(0, 
(0> 



(•) 

( •) 

(DJ 
(0) 
(0) 

(b > 
(0 ) 

i 

< • ) 

(0) 



84 ,496 

1,219 

23,948 

3,388 
1 1 

(0) 
556 

1 ,978 
59 

(D) 

20,561 

(0 ) 

(D) 
13,312 

2,370 

(D> 

1 ,61 9 
53 7 
1 ,082 
(0) 
(*) 
<0) 
(D) 
39 

1 ,908 
142 

1,765 

509 

282 

934 

40 

1 ,1<. 7 



78,002 

1 ,044 

1 8,971 

2,793 
8 

(D) 

478 
1 ,51 9 
43 
ID) 

16,1 78 

(D) 

2,704 
1 0,482 

1 ,881 

(0) 

1 ,400 
44 5 
956 

(0) 

I •) 

(0) 

(D) 
35 

1 ,52 5 

99 

1 ,426 

3c 7 

273 

756 

29 

1 ,003 



4,376 

145 

3,649 

425 
2 

8 

60 

330 

6 

20 

3,224 
1 57 

C0J 

1,933 
381 

(D) 

193 
(0) 
COJ 

ID) 


(0) 

(0J 



324 
37 

287 
129 

8 
141 

9 

122 



713 

12 

475 

46 

• ) 

1 
1 
38 
5 
2 

42« 

29 

37 

323 

37 

2 

9 
8 
2 

• ) 


2 




12 
3 
9 
9 



( • ) 
{ • > 
(*> 



1 ,404 

18 

854 

123 
(*) 
(D) 
18 
91 
4 
(0) 

731 
20 
67 

573 

71 
(•) 



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ID J 
iu) 
CD) 
< •) 
( • ; 
( • ) 
( • ) 



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4 
43 

5 

1 
37 

1 



728 
14 5 
796 

20 



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(D) 



- , 
28 
4 
(D ) 

776 

(0) 

( D ) 

<.2U 

-4 

1 



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1 5 
15 
1 5 



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-8 

5 

-13 

-4 

-11 

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101 



NONBA&K U.S. AfF H.IATF.S 





Tab 


e E-4.- 


•Total Income of Affiliates 
[Millions of 


, Indus t r 
dot tars] 


y of Af i I 


I i at e by 


Court t ry 


of UBO 


















All coun- 
tries 


C a nada 


E urope 


J apan 


Austra- 
lia. 
New Zea- 
land, 

and 

South 

A f r i c a 


Latin 

America 


Hiddl 
Easl 


e 


Otrier 
Africa, 

Asia, 

and 

Paci f i c 


United 
States 


Adden- 




Total 


Of yhich-- 


0»EC 




frarc e 


Germany 


Nether- 
lands 


united 

Kingdom 


Switzer- 
land 






(1 ) 


C2) 


C3) 


C4) 


C5) 


C6) 


C7) 


C8) 


C9) 


110) 


CI 1) 


C12) 


(13) 


(143 


(15J 




419,009 

3,663 

56,926 

99,558 

12,150 

28,390 
14,507 
2,399 
4,075 
5,905 
1,504 

13,160 

10,265 

2,895 

21 ,460 

9, 170 

12,290 

24,398 
1 ,588 
708 
3,81 3 
2,744 
1 ,695 
4,245 
6,615 
1 ,640 
1 ,350 

199,658 
33,604 
55,256 
60,883 
36,926 
12,990 

23,701 

16,096 

7,60 5 

5,049 

14,907 

4,233 

11,313 

709 

28 

4,690 

2,249 

149 

3,488 


36,316 
2,01 2 
2,486 

15,815 

2,722 

1 ,035 
CD) 



CD) 

676 
C D) 

2,956 

2,560 
436 

4,390 
C D) 
ID) 

4,733 
318 
129 

CD) 

1 ,536 
194 

1 ,410 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

5,374 
2 
C D) 

957 
( D) 
3,622 

2,384 
2,153 

231 

<D) 

(D) 

2,352 

1 ,862 
CD) 

6 

245 

C D) 

78 

334 


262,449 

1,426 

48,678 

74,354 

8,272 

2 6,5 7-. 
14,055 

2,317 

3.876 

CD) 

CD) 

8,529 
6,392 
2,136 

1 3,362 
6,312 
7,049 

1 7,617 

925 

2 84 

2,699 

831 

1,348 

2,744 

6,4 74 

1,282 

1,030 

97,1 73 
10,054 

8,769 
46,798 
25,621 

5,932 

1 9,653 

1 3,880 

5,773 

3,1 22 

9,643 

1,1 69 

7,232 

295 

16 

3,973 

CD) 
CD) 

2,221 


41,24 7 

CD) 

CD) 

12,733 

204 

1 ,.810 
743 
CD) 
(D) 
<D) 
CD) 

2,703 

2,666 

37 

381 
176 
205 

7,635 
CD) 
CD) 
(D) 

CD) 

5 
CD) 
CD) 
74 
224 

18,759 

CD) 
759 
508 

CD) 

CD) 

1 D) 
CD) 

86 

1,810 

120 

136 

1,974 
16 
( • ) 
1,385 
CD) 
CD) 
51 4 


46,392 
(D) 
CD) 

19,61 3 

133 

1 1 , 562 
5,540 
76 
CD) 
<D) 
CD) 

1 ,570 
61 2 
957 

2,459 
1,191 
1,268 

3,922 

1 58 
176 
48 
333 
495 
317 
1 ,808 
458 
130 

14,296 

6,802 
2,481 
1 ,742 
CD) 
CD) 

(D) 

CD) 
1 54 

46 

<D) 

187 

CD) 

44 

1 

1,470 

103 



CD) 


39,039 
(D) 

CD ) 

8,689 
388 

3,727 

CD) 
CD) 

<D) 


CD) 

CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

3,753 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

3 
CD) 


CD) 
201 

3 

C 
CD) 

5 

1,863 

CD) 
CD) 

278 
CD) 

528 

1 ,480 

CD) 

CD) 

38 

CD) 
343 

371 

5 
3 

CO) 

(D) 

(•) 
236 


95,261 
125 

15,866 

18,315 
4,91 3 

4,967 

3,791 
328 
514 

CD) 

CD) 

1.258 
274 
985 

3,200 
2,200 
1 ,000 

3.677 
551 



CD) 

431 

501 

354 

10 

CD) 

501 

49,226 

790 

3,1 56 

41,114 
2,044 
2,122 

CD) 

101 

CD) 
509 

4,870 
H ( 

CD) 

132 
2 

308 
57 
(D) 
656 


20,841 

<D> 

CD 1 

9.619 

CD) 

3.695 
CD) 
CD) 
296 
3 
CD) 

CD) 
CD) 
51 

1.026 

CD) 

CD) 

755 

96 
4 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

180 
CD) 
105 
66 

6.921 

2 

302 

977 

5.218 
422 

336 
CD) 
CD) 

CD) 

1.737 

80 

61 5 
CD) 
(*) 

228 
CO) 


242 


85.276 

( • ) 

3.727 

4.122 

471 

334 
<D) 
<D) 

CD) 
CD) 

2 

1,126 

1.101 
26 

1.230 
54 6 
684 

960 
241 
CD) 

Ci) 

CO) 

1 1u 
CO) 
CD) 

193 
CD) 

75.897 
23.045 
30.077 
11.168 
10.29U 
1.318 

195 
CO) 
(D) 

260 

121 

1 18 

83 5 

11 

G 

52 

CD) 

CD) 

493 


17,059 
(D) 

CD) 

i69 
CD) 

CO) 



CD) 




123 
CD) 
(0) 

(D) 

CO) 



Si y 


CO) 



CD) 

(D) 

CO) 




(0) 

CD) 

CD) 
CD) 

143 


182 

176 



1 76 

ID) 

12 
(D) 

223 

(') 


<D) 
<D) 


CD) 


8,433 

CO 

1,442 

3.1 77 

(D) 

CD) 
(*) 
ID) 
ID) 

CD) 



255 
CD) 

CD) 

(D) 

CO) 
CD) 

272 

(D) 




CO) 

10) 



J 
1 

CD) 

2.259 
35 

413 

255 

689 

c 1 t 

955 



955 

40 

CO) 

219 

(D) 

50 

(•) 

CD) 

54 



158 


3,375 
<D) 
CO) 
676 

(0) 

(D) 




CO) 



158 
CD) 
CD) 

CO) 
CO) 



CO) 


(0) 



1 




o 


1 

1,250 
CD) 
CO) 
CD) 


CD) 





CD) 

u 
2 S 5 

534 

3 
<») 
CO) 

CD) 


158 


2,685 

<') 

(03 

525 
CD) 

CD) 




CD) 




2 


2 

1 1 
(0) 

CD) 

68 
2 

(03 




CD) 



CD) 




CD) 
243 

(D) 
<0) 
CD) 
(D) 

335 
(D) 
CD) 

13 

2 

86 

261 
CO) 

6 
CD) 
(0) 


26 


3.417 

(03 

CD) 

221 










1 



1 

(03 
CD) 
(D) 

ID) 

( D) 




(D) 

<D) 

4 

c 

(D) 



(D) 



1 

5 


(0) 

3 

3 

CD) 

CD) 

(D3 

(D) 

4 




CD) 


CD) 


3.330 








<S) 




208 


Chemicals & allied products .. 


(D) 

CD) 






Soap, cleaners, & toiletries 


(D) 

C 




Primary i fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 


(D) 

3 
CD) 

(D) 


Machinery, except electrics 
Electric & electronic equip. 


CD) 



CJ>) 


Textile products & apparel . 




a 


Paper & allied products .... 

Rubber & plastics products . 
Stone, clay & glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments & related prods. 



CD) 
CO) 

c 








(0) 


lotor vehicles < equipment ... 









(D) 


Farm-prDduct raw materials ... 



(D) 

a 


Food strs.,eat. S d r i n k . p I ace s 








CO) 





266 




*85 




1 




(•) 




(0) 




1 


Communication & puo. utilitie' 



CD) 



] 12 



NONeANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table E-5. --Sales by Affiliates, Industry of 
LMillions of dollars] 



Affiliate by Country of UBO 



All coun- 
tries 



Canada 



Europe 



Of uh 1 ch-- 



Ge r many 



Nether- 
lands 



Uni t ed 
K i ngdom 



Sulttfr- 
land 



Aus t r a- 

lia, 
lew Zea- 
land^ 

and 

South 

Africa 



Latin 
America 



Hiddl e 
East 



Other 
Africd/ 

As i a , 

and 

Paci f i c 



Uni ted 
States 



A dd e n - 
dum- - 
OPEC 



<1> 



(2) 



<3> 

2 59,414 

1.392 
(D) 
1,204 
(D) 

1.7,91,9 

357 

91 

267 
(0) 
1 1 ,946 
<D> 

73,4 16 

8,182 

1,1 48 

747 

6,287 

26,374 
14,052 

(D) 

3,81 5 

(D) 

1,420 



C4 ) 

40^806 
(D) 

(0) 



90 
1 

89 
(0) 
to) 



12,548 

202 



102 

100 

1,745 
719 
CO 
(0) 
(0) 
(0) 



(5) 

4 5,620 

(0) 



(6) 

38,618 

(0) 


<0> 
(0) 

CD) 

<D> 

2 

(0) 
(D> 
3,231 

240 

8,584 

(D) 

2 
(0) 
CO) 

3,675 

CD) 
CD) 

CD) 

3 
(0) 



<o) 
20,627 
CO) 



(13) 
16,350 



(11) 
8,1 53 

(*) 




< *) 

1,363 

CD) 
( • ) 
(0) 


(0) 
<D) 

3,013 

10) 

II 




(12) 

3,305 

i J) 
(0) 

CD I 



(13) 

2,572 







Co ) 
CD) 
C •) 
(0) 



I) 



518 

(0) 


CO) 
(O) 



( 14) 

3,24o 



(1 5) 

3,289 








All industries .. . 412,705 35,456 



Mining 3,388 

Metal mining ................. 893 

Coal 1,622 

No nmet a I 1 1 c minerals, ex. fuels 872 

Petroleum ...... .... 56,020 

Oil 8 gas extraction ......... 1,242 

Crude pet. (no refin.) 8 gas 356 

Oil & gas field services ... 886 

Petroleum 8 coal products mfg. 36,108 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 17,827 

Other 843 

Manufacturing ...... 97,990 

Food & kindred products ...... 11,956 

Grain mill 8 bakery products 1,724 

Beverages .................. 2,674 

Other 7,558 

Chemicals 8 allied products .. 28,152 

Industrial chemicals ....... 14,489 

Drugs ...................... 2,466 

Soap, cleaners, & toiletries 4,007 

Agricultural chemicals ..... 5,736 

Other 1,453 



1,77? 

643 
(D) 
(D) 

2,436 
495 
219 
276 

< D) 

<D) 

CD) 

15,514 

2,644 

C D) 
CD) 
3B1 

1 ,01 6 
(D) 


CD) 
675 
32 



1 



< D) 



25 

25 





<0) 
<D> 

c [ ) 



101 
(D) 
(D) 
79 

1 1,348 

5,518 

71 

CD) 
( D ) 
(D) 



94,410 

123 

(0) 
<D> 
(D) 

15,446 
62 
(0) 
(0) 

C D) 
CD) 
(D) 



l 7, 



ISO 



4,8 58 
(0) 

604 
(0) 

5,004 

3,844 
322 
505 

(0) 

(0) 



(D) 

CD) 



12 

7 
5 

(0) 
(D) 



9,643 

(0) 

(D) 

1 
(D> 

3,782 
(0) 
CD) 
294 
3 
CD) 



84,207 



u 



3,713 

(•) 

(•) 




3,713 


3,990 

455 
( •) 
(0) 
<0) 

329 
(0) 
(0) 

CD) 
(D) 

1 



<D) 
CD) 




5 

(0) 
(O) 

(0) 






648 

CO) 



CD) 

CD) 




CD) 



o 



10 J 

(L> ) 
(*) 
<D) 
(0) 
(0) 



(0) 

(0 ) 



I OJ 
(0) 





(J 

I) 

673 



(D) 
(0) 



< ) 
(D) 



(D) 
(0) 
(0) 




217 



(0) 
(0) 



(0) 
(D) 



Primary 8 fabricated metals .. 12,911 2,948 8,359 2«656 1,526 (D) 1,214 (O) 1,068 123 2 51 159 

Primary metal industries 10,113 2,550 6,309 2,619 609 (D) 273 (D) 1,042 CD) (0) (0) 

ferrous ... . 2,786 (0) 1,797 (D) 359 (0) (D) (O) (0) (0) (0) 

Nonferrous 7,327 CD) 4,512 CD) 250 (0) CD) (0) (0) (D) 

Fabricated metal products .. 2,798 398 2,049 36 916 (D) 941 51 25 CD) (0) (0) 







Machinery 20,917 4,251 13,128 368 2,380 3,717 3,139 1,010 1,201 

Machinery, except electrical 8,941 (0) 6,183 (0) 1,172 CD) 2,151 CD) 523 

Construction machinery ... 2,117 (D) 1,308 (D) 83 <0) 693 CD) 

Special industry machinery 1,642 CD) 1,476 (D) 252 (D) 402 44 

Office 8 computing mach. . 1,479 (•) 983 (D) (D) CD) CO) 

Other 3,703 (0) 2,417 66 (D) 34 (D) 354 (0) 

Electric 8 electronic equip. 11,977 (0) 6,944 (D) 1,207 (0) 988 (0) 678 

Radio, 11/, & con. equip. 2,320 (D) (D) 2 (D) (D) (D) (D) 

Electronic components .... 6,005 (0) 3,573 1 203 (0) 289 (0) 280 

Other 3,651 ( D) CD) (0) (D) (0) CD) (0) 



(D) 
(0) 

ID) 



(0) 

CD ) 



( D) 
CD ) 



( D ) 
CD ) 



CO) 
(0) 



CO) 
CD) 



C 0) 

C Dj 



C • ) 
(0) 



(0) 

Co ) 



Other manufacturing 24,053 4,646 17,373 

Textile products 8 apparel . 1,563 304 916 

Lumber 8 furniture ......... 696 128 275 

Paper 8 allied products .... 3,746 (0) 2,639 

Printing 8 publishing 2,720 1,496 817 

Rubber 8 plastics products . 1,677 193 1,337 

Stone, clay 8 glass products 4,186 1,392 2,705 

Transportation equipment ... 6,538 51 6,401 

Motor vehicles 8 equipment 5,201 ( D) (D) 

Other 1,338 (0) (0) 

Instruments 8 related prods. 1,624 (0) 1,281 

Other 1,304 (0) 1,002 



7,577 
(0) 
(D) 
CM 

(0) 

4 
(D) 
CD) 
(0) 
(D) 
73 
220 



3,827 

1 55 

168 

48 

326 

494 

306 

1,758 

(D) 

(D) 

443 

1 29 



292 


CD) 



(D) 
198 
3 
4 
3 
4 

(D) 



3,635 

548 



(0) 

427 

497 

352 

10 

(0) 

(0) 

(0) 
482 



750 
95 
4 
(0) 
(D) 
(0) 

180 
(0) 
(0) 



105 

65 



938 

239 
(D) 
CO) 
(0) 

103 
(D) 
CO) 

I •) 

CD) 

189 
(0) 



355 





(t>) 

(0) 
(0) 

10 ) 



255 
(0 ) 





CO J 
(0) 



(0) 

CO) 



I 0) 



c • ) 
< 0) 



66 

2 



l D) 
( D) 



(D) 

I 0) 



(D i 
(0) 



Wholesale trade . 197,573 5,294 

Motor vehicles & equipment ... 33,345 2 

Metals 8 unerals 54,165 (0) 

Other durable goods 60,543 929 

Farm-product raw materials ... 36,670 (0) 

Other nondurable goods 12,850 3,5>5 

Retail trade 23,577 2,382 

Food strs.,eat. 8 drink. places 16,036 2,154 

Retail trade, nee ............ 7,541 228 



96,675 

9,939 

8,686 

46,649 

25,525 

5,877 

19,511 

1 3,821 

5,690 



18,661 

(0) 

751 

500 

(D) 

(D) 



(0) 
(0) 



84 



14,104 
6,709 
2,456 
1 ,68 5 
(D) 
(0) 

(0) 

(D) 
153 



1,852 

(D) 

(D) 

275 
(0) 

524 

<D) 

(0) 

(0) 



49,134 

786 

3,125 

41 ,082 
2,025 
2,1 14 

(0) 
(0) 
(0) 



6,896 

2 

2 t'i 

96? 

5,208 
420 

377 
(0) 

(0) 



75,021 
22,931 
29,612 
11,045 
10,138 
1 ,295 

190 
(0) 

CD) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

141 


1 83 

1 71 


i n 



2,236 
S3 
406 
251 
683 
815 

98? 



987 



1,244 
(D) 
(0) 
(0) 


(0) 







(0) 

2)9 
(0) 

CD) 
C 0) 
(0) 

332 
(D) 
(0) 



CO i 
(0 ) 



Finance, except banking 
Insurance .............. 



Real estate 



Other industries 



Agriculture .................. 

Forestry 8 fishing ........... 

Construction ................. 

Transportation ............... 

Communication 8 pub. utilities 
Services ..................... 

Hotels 8 oth. lodging places 

Business services .......... 

Motion pictures 8 TV tape .. 

Engineering 8 architecture . 

Other 



4,755 

14,51 1 

3,933 

10,959 

670 

26 

4,604 

2,162 

142 

3,356 

789 

96C 

12 9 

594 

? 6 5 



875 

3,106 

2,255 

1 ,81 7 
(D) 

6 

243 

(0) 

73 

329 

61 

121 



bi 

82 



3,031 



1,027 

6,9 72 

2 72 
15 

3,896 

(D) 

(0) 

2,104 
350 
664 

(0) 

3 98 
(0) 



(0) 

111 

124 

1,91 9 
1 3 
(*) 
1,370 
(0) 
(0) 

477 
(0) 

205 

(D) 

CO) 



58 

910 

178 

1 ,683 

42 

(•) 

1,427 

97 



117 

9 

8 



9 6 



26 
(D) 

348 

5 



35 

76 
(») 

233 
(0) 
<0) 


83 
(D) 



492 

4,883 

281 

(0) 
1 1? 
1 
793 

48 
<0) 

641 
(0) 

108 
(0) 
79 
1 95 



(D) 

1,659 

76 

5 70 
(D) 
(•) 

228 
CD) 



205 

5 

1 54 



(0) 

CD ) 



(0) 
(0) 

107 

(0) 
1 1 

50 
231 
(0) 
491 
2 71 
49 
23 
(0) 
I D) 



9 

9 

(0) 

219 
(*) 


(0) 
(0) 


(D) 


(D) 




(0) 



26 

CD) 

199 

(0) 

46 



CD) 

52 



152 

13 

34 

(0) 

1 
(0) 



(0) 

u 

232 

524 
(0) 


(0) 
(D) 



1 59 

73 

7 



(0) 

(D) 



1 

2 

82 

261 
(0) 

5 
CD) 
(0) 


27 
18 
1 
- 




(D) 
(D) 



78 

4 

J 
j 



U 

24 4 

480 
9 

(L>) 

1 


(D) 
69 

J 


(D ) 

1 






NOnBanK U.S. AFF ILUIiS 









Table E- 


6.--Sa 


les 


by Af f i 

CMi 


I i a t e s 
1 1 i ons 


, Country of 
of dol lars; 


UBO by 


Industry 


of Af f l li ate 




















All 
indus- 
tries 


lining 


Pet re 
I eua 




Manuf at 


curing 


Whole- 
sale 
trade 


Retai I 
trade 


finance, 
except 

banking 


Insur- 
ance 


Real. 
es tate 


Other 

indus- 

tr i es 




Total 


Food 
and 
kindred 
prod- 
ucts 


Chemi- 
cal s and 
allied 
prod- 
ucts 


Primary 

and 
fabri- 
cated 
metals 


Ma c h i n- 
e ry 


Other 

manuf ac- 

t ur i ng 




( 1 ) 


<2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


16) 


(7) 


<8) 


(9) 


110) 


CI 1) 


C12) 


C13) 


C14) 


C15) 






412,705 

3 5,4 56 

259,414 

230,040 

5,469 

940 

40,806 

45,620 

584 

2,692 

901 

38,618" 

94,410 

29,373 
242 
179 
396 

370 

1 19 

6,897 

20.627 

544 

84,207 

16,350 

8,153 

4,355 

88 

629 

661 

1,397 

(D) 

<D> 

3,798 

1,161 

<D> 

( D) 
61 
12 

3,305 
589 

2,716 
181 
372 

1 ,956 

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Coal 

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fuels 



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Oil & gas extraction ......... 

Crude pet. (no refin.) & gas 
Oil 8 gas field services ... 

Petroleum 8 coal products mfg. 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 

Other 



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Grain mill & bakery products 
Beverages .................. 

Other ...................... 

Chemicals 6 allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs 

Soap* cleaners* 8 toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 
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Machinery .................... 

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Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Office & computing mach. . 

Other 

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Radio* TV, & comm. equip. 

Electronic components .... 

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Textile products 8 apparel . 1,563 304 967 CD) 95 <D> 535 

Lumber S furniture ..... . 696 171 2i2 CD) 90 (D) 

Paper 8 allied products . 3,746 <D) 2,639 <D) 48 <D) (D) 

Printing S publishing 2,720 183 2*331 <D) 326 (0) 590 

Rubber S plastics products . 1*677 (D) 1*340 4 485 197 199 

Stone* clay 8 glass products 4*186 204 3.109 ID) 306 <D> 352 

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Motor vehicles 8 equipment 5,201 (D) 5,167 (D) ( D) (D) <D> 

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Motor vehicles 8 equipment 
Metals 8 ninerals ......... 

Other durable goods ....... 

Farm-product raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade ................... 

food strs.*eat. & drink. places 
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197,573 
33,345 
54,165 
60,543 
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Real estate 



Other industries ............... 

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forestry 8 fishing ........... 

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Transportation ............... 

Communication 8 pub. utilities 
Services ..................... 

Hotels 8 oth. lodging places 
Business services .......... 

Motion pictures 8 TV tape . • 
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-Sates by Affiliates/ Industry of Sal 
CMilLions of dollars! 



es by Industry of Affiliate 1/ 



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tries 



Mining 



Petro- 
leum 



Food and 

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products 



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CD) 



<13) 
10,113 

3 
CD) 

9,080 


CD) 

3 




CD) 

CD) 

7,*08 

CD) 

CD) 
CD) 





29 

D 



CD) 
16 

3 

920 


CD) 

CD) 


CD) 







C14) 

2.7 9 8 


12 

2,462 

5 

CD) 

2 




CD) 

CD) 
CD) 
1/358 

CD) 
CD) 
CD) 



All i-tdustries ... 



Mi -i i ng 
Pet r o I eum 



Manufacturing 

Food £ kindred products 



Chemicals S allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs ...................... 

Soap, cleaners, & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 

Other 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 

■' i " i ' e ' ■ .................... 

Machinery, except electrical 
Electric & electronic equip. 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products S apparel . 
Lumber s furniture ......... 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing S publishing ...... 

Rubber i plastics products . 
Stone, clay S glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments & related prods, 
ether 



wholesale trade ............. 

^otor vehicles S equipment 
Metals £ minerals ......... 

Other durable goods 

Farm-product raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade ................... 

Food strs.,eat. s drink. places 
Retail trade, nee 



Finance, except banking 

Insurance 

Real estate 



Other industries ..... 

Agriculture ........ 

Forestry £ fishing . 

Construction 

Transportation 

Communication 8 pub. 
Services ........... 



j t i I i t i es 



Un specified 2/ 



412,705 

3,790 

67,700 

100,382 

1 3,604 

24,036 

13,071 

3,433 

2,693 

3.320 
1 ,520 

14,309 

10,266 

4,043 

18,230 
8,676 

9, 554 

30,202 
1,747 
1,237 
3.544 
2,833 
2,638 
2,981 
8,479 
3,458 
3,284 

176,045 
26,682 
27,272 
66,439 
36,607 
19,046 

24,746 
16,722 

8,023 

5,181 

14,329 

4,197 

12,904 

821 

105 

4,706 

2,469 

152 

4,651 

3,431 



( D) 
CD) 



CD) 
C*) 



20 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 

CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

(D) 





< D) 



CD) 

CD) 

1,2 72 


(D) 
301 


<D> 



CD) 
CD) 



28 


I 
20 


37 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 

CD) 
CD) 
(D) 



1 3 








CD) 

( •) 
I D) 



21 

16 



CD) 
CD) 

CD) 



25 



32 





31 





c«o 

C) 



CD) 

1,087 



CD) 



106 



NONBANK U.S . Aff ILIAIES 



Table E-8. --Sales oy Affiliates/ Industry of Sales by Industry of Af f i I i a t e _1_/--Con t i 

CMillions of dollars! 



Machinery 



Machin- 
ery* 
except 
elec- 
trical 



Electric 

and e I ec - 

t r on i c 
equ i pmen t 



Manufacturing 

Other manufacturing 



Te x t i I e 

product s 

and 

apparel 



Lumber 
a nd 

furni- 
ture 



Pape r 

and 

allied 

products 



Printing 
and 

pub I i sh- 
in g 



Rubber 

and 

pi as t 1 c s 

pr pduct s 



Stone* 
clay/ 

and 

glass 

produc t s 



ran spor- 
t a t ion 
equip- 
ment 



Instru- 
ments 

and 
related 
produc t s 



(15) 

20/91 7 

CD) 

609 

1 8/4 42 



(D) 

(D) 





345 

(0) 

774 
461 
31 2 

15/801 
7/584 
8/21 7 

(0) 

(D) 

(D) 

1 


(D) 

3 

(D) 

1/010 
1 13 

1 ,419 
(D) 
(0) 
890 



<D) 

(D) 


(D) 



I 11,! 

8/941 
<D) 

50 

8.1 ll 







2 

(D) 

(0) 
310 

7/239 

7/164 
76 

<D> 
(D> 

<D> 

1 


(D) 

3 
(D) 

1 24 
(D) 

430 
(D) 

1 
(0) 


CD) 

<D> 


(D) 



(17) 

1 1/977 



5 59 

1 0/308 



(D) 

(D> 





345 

(0) 

(D) 
(0) 



8/562 

421 

8/1 42 

988 



(0) 





887 

(0) 

9 £9 
6 



(18J 
24/053 

(D) 

(D) 
21/695 

(D) 

(D) 

(0) 



3 



59 

870 
<D> 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
187 

20/303 
1/455 
980 
2/690 
2.671 
1 /795 
2/643 
5.480 
1,451 
1.129 

91 3 
<D> 
<D> 

269 
3 
<D) 

395 


595 



(19) 

1 .563 



1.494 
i 

3 

l) 

3 


u 

26 
26 



6 

6 

1.457 

1 .415 

2 

u 
1 

(0) 




o 



(20) 
696 




(21) 

3.746 



3.183 

5 








I 1 s 



II 5 






3.063 


<D) 

2.567 

1 09 

106 





2 

(0) 



I -'J I 

2,720 





1 2 5 1 

1,077 
l 
J 

1,562 

a 



(24) 

4,186 

( D ) 

CD) 

3.312 










(0) 


(D) 

(0) 

8 
(0) 

3.051) 

<D) 

(0) 

<D) 



(D) 

2.595 

7i 



o 



(25) 
6,538 

U 
6,101 
CD) 

a 

D 




u 

CD) 
(D) 
(D) 

120 
(0) 
(0) 

5,448 



u 





58 



5,393 

J 

1 7 

(0) 

( 0) 



(26) 
1,624 


( •> 
1,556 



(D) 
25 



u 







(0) 

4 
(0) 

1,453 





J 

3 




1 ,450 

< •) 



(27) 

1 ,304 
u 


1,185 
J 



All 



i ndus t r i es 



Mi n i ng 
Pet r ol eum 



Manufacturing 

Food S kindred products 



Chemicals & allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs ...................... 

Soap, cleaners, & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 

Other . 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery 

Machinery, except electrical 
Electric & electronic equip. 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products S apparel . 
Lumber & furniture ......... 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing S publishing ...... 

Rubber S plastics products . 
Stone, clay S glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments S related prods. 
Other 



Wholesale trade ................ 

lotor vehicles & equipment ... 
letals & ninerals ............ 

Other durable goods .......... 

Farm-product raw materials ... 
Other nondurable goods ....... 



(D) 
(D) 



Retail trade ................... 

Food strs.,eat. 5 drink. places 
Retail trade, nee ............ 



(0) 
(0) 

<0) 
CD) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 







673 



673 
























CD) 







29 





270 


270 



(D) 

2,560 




LI 



CD) 
(D) 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 

1,490 
(D) 


u 


1.339 

40 





CD) 

91 
CD) 

6 

1 1 

D 



CD) 
CO) 



CD) 





u 



1 1 



1 1 



(0) 



u 

i 


14 








CD) 
CD) 



G 

J 



4 

42 



42 



CD) 
CD) 








o 

( D) 

8 
14 

U 
1 .008 

63 

L 



(DJ 

(D) 
CD) 
(D) 



37 





Finance, except banking 
Insurance .............. 

Real estate ............ 



Other industries ............... 

Agriculture .................. 

Forestry £ fishing ........... 

Construction ................. 

Transportation ............... 

Communication & pub. utilities 
Services ..................... 

Unspecified 2/ 






1 

320 



(D) 
< • ) 
( * ) 
CD) 

67 



CD) 
CO 
(*) 



CD) 



CD) 

191 
(D) 
(D) 

75 
(D) 

5 
54 

189 



CD) 
( D) 



< • ) 
CD) 



( • ) 
(D) 



103 




(D) 
CD) 




1 5 



(D) 

( D ) 





12 

5 



107 



N0N8ANK U-S. AFFILIATES 



-Sales Dy Affiliates* Industry of Sales by 
[Millions of dollars] 



Industry of Affiliate 1 /--Con t i nued 



u ho les a I e trade 



Motor 

veh i c I es 

and 

equ i pmen t 



Petals and 
minerals 



Ot her 

durable 
goods 



Farm- 
product 



material s 



Ot her 

nondur able 

goods 



Ret ail t r ade 



F ood 

st ores * 

fating and 

drinking 

places 



Retai I 

trade/ 
nee 



:ki 


1 97/573 


(D) 


15,499 


9,337 


2,680 


(D) 


(D) 


CD) 


2 





(D) 


2,334 


(0 ) 


(D) 


1 ,052 


419 


633 


ID) 


3 


(D) 


1 72 


<D> 


(0) 


<D) 


1 ,860 


1 16 


CD) 


1 68,845 


26,313 


24,929 


64,704 


36,350 


16,550 


748 


CD) 


<0> 


167 


(*) 


37 


872 


(D) 


1 1 5 


(0) 





413 



[29] 
33, 345 


1 ,494 
2,095 






') 




(D) 
(0) 



(0> 
(0) 



2,061 





( 0) 



(0) 



29,641 
25,332 

(0) 
598 

< a ) 

CD) 



30) 



(31) 

60,543 


1 1 

1 ,71 2 

<D> 

9 
3 




D 
7 

CD) 
(D) 
CD) 

877 
274 
603 

616 
1 
(D) 

172 
(*) 

4 
<D> 
( • ) 
CD) 

1 96 

58,238 

(D) 
36 
57,877 

(D) 

CD) 

51 

2 

49 

6 



7 

CO) 

11 
1 
1 1 5 
CO) 


337 

CD) 



(32) 
36,670 


1,389 

CD) 

CD) 

u 










D 






2 







(D) 

32,192 

<D) 

CD) 

1 ,533 
27,273 

1,271 

126 



126 



(33) 

1 2,850 
21 
62 
CD) 
CD) 

71 


CD) 

2 




(34) 



(35) 
16,036 


( •) 

1 

1 










a 

u 














u 




276 



CD) 


CD) 

CD) 
15,125 

CD) 




(•) 

(D) 



3 





(36) 

7,541 



CD) 

1 

47 


J 

47 









6 
6 

Q 



All industries 



Mining 
Pe t r o I eum 



Manufacturing 

Food S kindred products 



Chemicals & allied products .. 

Industrial chemicals 

Drugs 

Soap, cleaners, s toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 
Other 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery 

machinery, except electrical 
Electric S electronic equip. 

Other manjfacturing 

Textile products & apparel . 
Lumber & furniture ......... 

Paper i allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber S plastics products . 
Stone, clay S glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments S related prods. 
Other 



wholesale trade 

^ic tor vehicles 8 equipment 

Petals s minerals 

Other durable goods ....... 

Farm-product raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade ................... 

Food strs.,eat. 5 drink. places 
Retail trade, nee ............ 



Finance, except banking 
Insurance ........... 



Real estate 



Ctner inoustries 

Agriculture .................. 

Forestry S fishing 

Construction 

Transportation 

Communication S pub. utilities 
Services ..................... 

Unspecified 2/ 



CD) 



52 





(J 


52 



54,165 

CD) 
1 2,543 

2,891 


CD) 

CD) 



II 
J 


CD) 

(D ) 
333 

CD) 
CD) 







3 
20 

CD) 

C*) 



36,962 
479 

2 1,935 
4,592 
6,884 
3,072 

1 5 



15 

CD) 

C») 

C*> 



(0) 
ID) 



CD) 
CD) 



2 



<D> 

1 



CD) 

< • ) 

11,812 
1 
C D) 

104 
CD) 
1 1 ,586 



(0) 
CD) 
CD) 



1 

1 

24 



2 


22 



23,577 

< •) 
CD) 
2 

47 



47 




CD) 

( D I 



t D) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 



21 ,213 
C D) 

( D) 

(•) 



4 

154 
C«) 


3 




1 51 



CD) 

(D) 



(D) 

CD) 



(t> 



CD) 
CD) 

5,o00 



I •) 



(D) 

l •; 



26 



108 



NONoANK U.i. AFFILIATES 



Table E-8. --Sates by Affiliates/ Industry of Sales by Industry of Affiliate J_/--Con t i nued 

[Millions of dollars] 



Finance/ 

except 
banking 



Insurance 



R ea I 
estate 



Other industries 



Agr i - 
c ul t ur e 



Forest r y 
and 

fishing 



Construc- 
tion 



T r an spor- 
t a t ion 



Communi - 
cat ion 

and 
publ ic 

utilities 



Services 



(37) 
4/755 

(») 




















3 







3 










3 



4 



4 
4 /67<i 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 




(0) 


(D) 



(38) 
14/5)1 


II 



J 

I) 




II 

D 

i 



I) 
3 

9 

II 


II 

9 




1 
















(D) 

14/292 

(0) 

3 





3 
3 



(39) 
3/933 
(*> 

1 

3 

II 

n 
u 
ii 



(I 


D 


(I 




3 



D 
3 


Q 

li 



(D) 


o 

(0) 



LI 

4 

4 

1 1 

(D) 

3/740 

163 
CD) 
(*) 
(01 
(«) 
<*) 
59 



(40) 
10/959 
2 
2D 
CD) 











(0) 

(.) 

<D> 

1 15 
(D) 
(D) 

1 77 


(0) 
( •) 
(D) 


CD) 


(0) 
(D) 

157 
(0) 
(D) 

53 
(0) 
ID) 

153 
83 

70 



1 

24 

1 0/252 
477 
(0) 

(D) 
2/085 
142 
3,358 



(43) 
4/604 


<*) 
92 














(0 ) 
CD) 



(44) 

2/162 

(•) 

CD) 

(D) 










<*) 

( . ) 



I ,. 

142 

3 

1 



(46) 

i.356 



(0) 

59 



u 






CO) 


<D> 

(0 / 
CO) 
(0) 

10) 



<D) 




o 



o 

(0 J 



4 ' 



All Industries 



Mining 
Pet r ol eum 



Manufacturing ............ 

Food & ki-tdred products 



Chemicals -. all ied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Orugs ...................... 

Soap/ cleaners/ & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 

Other 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery .................... 

Machinery/ except electrical 
Electric It electronic equip. 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products & apparel . 
Lumber & furniture ......... 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber i plastics products . 
Stone/ clay & glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments 6 related prods. 
Other 



Wholesale trade ............... 

Motor vehicles & equipment .. 
Metals £ minerals ........... 

Other durable goods ......... 

Farm-product raw materials .. 
Other nondurable goods ...... 



Retail trade 

Food strs./eat. S drink. places 
Retail trade/ nee ............ 



Finance/ except banking 
Insurance .............. 

Real estate 



Other industries ............... 

Agriculture .................. 

Forestry J fishing ........... 

Construction ................. 

Transportation 

Communication & pub. utilities 
Services 



670 
2 



(0) 

(D) 



52 
52 



1 5 



u 

3 



15 



(0 ) 
(0) 



<D) 

(D ) 



49 


49 



9 

(0) 
477 

(*) 


D 
D 

(0) 



25 







31 



I 
o 





(0) 
(0) 



(0) 
(0) 



ID ) 

I • ) 



(0) 




4/1 50 



< o ) 



< *) 

(0) 







I) 

3 



3 

< ») 



(0) 



< 0) 

( •) 
( *) 
<*) 

( 0) 





2/050 


( D) 



1 40 

l) 



140 




( • I 
CD) 



1 9 

CD) 

(0) 

83 
<0) 

< • . 



10 

CO) 

(») 

(0) 
(0) 
35 
1 
3/U7i 



Unspecified 21 



CD) 



( •) 







! I'l 



WOWBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table E-9. — U.S. Income 



Taxes of Affiliates* Industry of Affiliate by Country of UBO 

[Millions of dollars] 





All c oun- 
tries 


Canada 


Eur ope 


Japan 


Austra- 
lia. 

New Zea- 
land* 

and 

South 

A f r i ca 


Lat in 
Aaer i ca 


Middle 
East 


Other 
Africa. 

Asia. 

and 

Paci 1 i c 


Uni ted 
St a tes 


Adden- 




Total 


Of uhi ch-- 


0PEC 




Franc e 


Ge rgian/ 


Nether- 
lands 


United 
K i ngdom 


Switzer- 
land 






( 1 ) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4 ) 


I 5) 


(6) 


C7) 


C8> 


C9) 


C10) 


C11) 


<12J 


C13) 


CI 4) 


CI 5) 




7.066 

68 

3*628 

1 *469 

196 

330 
35 
46 
96 

130 
23 

2 84 

212 

72 

380 

89 

291 

,'f 
30 
7 
75 

145 
-3 
25 

7 
28 

979 
41 5 
131 
243 
89 
101 

286 

53 

233 

142 

213 

7 1 

209 
22 
2 
65 
43 
3 
76 


669 

66 

CD) 

290 

89 

27 
( o 


( * ) 
(0) 
CD) 

(0) 

(0) 

10 

< D) 

9 

< 0) 

154 
7 

- 1 
(0) 
( 0) 

1 

7 

1 
( D) 
CO 

73 
( O 

3 
6 
( O 
63 

(o; 

( D) 

1 

34 

1 2 

46 

co) 

( D) 

1 

( D) 
19 
1 
7 


5*1 59 
2 
(D) 
871 

i 08 

282 
31 
38 

91 
ID) 
(0) 

189 

1 28 

62 

1 78 

67 

1 12 

1 13 

15 

4 

64 

( 0) 
-5 
17 
-34 

<D> 
27 

265 

27 

5 

1 27 
78 
28 

(0) 
(0) 
(0) 

83 

(0) 

12 

100 
3 
1 

45 
7 


44 


334 
( •> 
CO) 

160 
(D) 

52 

CD) 




<D) 

CD.) 

CD) 
CD) 

1 

5 

4 
1 

(D) 
(D) 

<D) 

1 

(D) 

43 
1 
l 
6 

(D ) 

(0 1 

20 
(D) 
(D) 

32 

1 

3 

(D) 

<•) 


(0) 

(») 


3 


245 

< . ) 

4 

141 

-1 

78 
-27 
1 
CD) 

(0) 
-3 

26 

3 

22 

23 
9 

14 

15 
2 

5 
1 

7 
4 
2 

(D) 

( . ) 

(D) 

68 
31 

1 
25 

1 
11 

1 
1 
( » > 

6 

23 

1 

2 

(•> 



-1 

1 



1 


1*303 

-1 

CD) 

(0) 

1 

(D) 
<0) 

( •) 

(D) 


3 

1 

1 
( ») 

(0) 

-5 
ID) 

(0) 



-1 



CO 
co > 
< * ) 
(•) 


CO 

s 
1 
1 

4 
2 
2 

<D) 

5 
<D> 

2 

CO) 

2 

8 
(♦) 

a 

3 

2 

3 
3 


2.868 
3 

CD) 
350 
81 

98 

57 
CD) 
1 5 

2 
CD) 

43 
CD) 
CD) 

62 
35 

28 

66 
8 


CD) 

5 

-2 

5 

CO 

CD) 

8 

66 
-5 

-4 
56 
13 

7 

CD) 

5 
<D> 

12 

(0) 

I 

24 
C«) 
CO 
C*> 

2 



21 


136 



3 

87 

CO) 

40 
CD) 

19 
CD) 


CO 

5 

4 
(O 

8 
7 

1 

CD) 

1 


CO 



CO 

6 

CD) 

1 
1 

52 


2 

CD) 

(0) 

1 

5 

1 
G 

CD) 

CO 

2 

CD) 
2 


CD) 

CO 


5 


714 

( • > 

<D 1 

CD) 

-1 

14 
4 
5 
1 
3 
CO 

<D) 
CDJ 

< •) 

16 
CD) 
CD) 

-1 
6 
CO 
CD) 
CDJ 

< o 
C«) 


CD) 

< •) 

5 74 

386 

70 

l D3 

10 

5 

2 
C») 

2 

I ( 

CD) 

8 

31 
C O 



1 

I I 
1 

17 


I •) 

(0) 

( •) 

( • ) 

<») 
( o 

C«) 

it) 
CD) 

ID) 
<*) 

C») 

I.) 

CO 


67 

9 

2 



2 



5 
5 



2 



1 
c 



1 



1 

c 
1 

3 
u 
3 

-1 

1 

1 

2 



2 



330 


( D) 

CD) 

4 

4 


3 

CO 




3 

4 

-1 

CD) 
CD) 

<£i ) 

3 

1 



u 

1 

CO 




c o 

1 1 

CD) 
CD) 

3 
CO 

2 

19 


19 

<o 

CD) 

5 

3 

1 


3 
Q 
3 


CO 
CD) 

CO 
CO 

CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

(O 

CD) 

CO 

CD) 


55 

4 

1 




1 





-1 

1 

1 

1 



3 

3 








3 







10 



1 






4 


42 


CO) 
-4 
-5 

1 




1 








CO 


CO 

CO 

CO 

CO 






a 




2 

1 

CO 

1 



1 

CD) 
CO 
CO) 

1 



1 

CD) 
CD) 

CO 


CO 


CO 


CD) 

CO 
C O 

C O 

CO 

CO 

CO 
CD) 
CO 

CO 

CO 


19 


6 







D 








6 

1 



4 

1 




1 






1 





1 





1 















Chemicals 6 allied products .. 


4 

CO 




Soap* cleaners* & toiletries 


CO 





Primary b, fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 


CO 

1 

CO 
1 


Machinery* except electrical 
Electric & electronic equip. 


1 


CO 


Textile products & apparel . 






Paper £ allied products .... 

Rubber & plastics products . 
Stone* clay 5 glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments S related prods. 



CO 

a 




c 






4 


lotor vehicles & equipment ... 










Farm-product raw materials ... 



CO 




Food strs.*eat. & drink. places 









CD) 






1 




CD) 




1 









CD) 




c 


Communication & pub. utilities 




4 







Uo 



N0N6ANK U.S. AfflL|AI£S 



Table £-10. — Net Incon 



e of Affiliates* Industry 
[Millions of dollars] 



of Affiliate by Country of USD 





All coun- 
tries 


Canada 


Eur ope 


Japan 


Austra- 
lia, 
New Zea- 
land, 

and 

South 

Africa 


Latin 
Ame r i c a 


Middt e 
East 


Other 
A t n c a, 

Asia, 

and 

Pacific 


Uni ted 
States 


A dd e n - 




Iota I 




Ot which- 






OPEC 




France 


Ge r many 


Nether- 
lands 


United 
Kingdom 


Sy i tier- 
land 






(1 ) 


<2J 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


C13) 


C 1 1 ) 


C12) 


C1 3) 


C 1 4) 


CI 5) 




8,91 7 
392 

4,369 

1,053 

216 

305 
-85 
-109 
109 
5S8 
31 

349 
251 

^8 

158 
-58 

216 

25 

8 

9 

157 

1 09 

-29 

48 

-2 57 

-42 

22 

1 ,203 
241 
631 
1 8 
1 59 
63 

278 

76 

202 

379 

1,153 
56 

32 

-23 

5 

-16 

27 
-17 

56 


1 ,068 

415 

118 

236 

166 

37 
(0) 


3 

(D) 

< •) 

55 
36 

20 

-202 
(0) 
(D) 

180 

1 1 

1 

( 0) 
(0) 

-1 
3 
1 

(0) 

CD) 

95 
( •) 
32 
7 
-2 
59 

32 

'.4 

-2 

49 
57 

64 

1 

( *) 

1 
7 
1 
-10 
2 


5,645 
8 

4,061 
4 76 

6 8 

279 
(D) 

-87 
102 
CD) 
31 

2 06 

120 
86 

52 
-37 

89 

-130 

5 

7 

126 

-30 

-25 

45 

-2 51 

-47 

40 

-3 

-1 40 

-22 

31 
1 53 
-25 

259 

44 
215 

1 09 

720 

-4 

18 

-28 

3 

-24 

10 

-9 

66 


280 

-19 

52 

4 5 

-2 

99 
CD) 

-4 
<*) 
ID) 
(0) 

123 
122 

1 

-18 

-20 

2 

-1 57 
1 
-1 
CD) 

1 
CO 
CD) 
CD ) 
-6 

10 

42 
(0) 
(•) 

3 

(D ) 

1 2 

28 
CD) 
CD) 

57 

8 

10 

58 
-3 

(•) 

(0) 

(») 
-3 

CD) 


196 

-3 

-22 

233 

-7 
289 

1 

CO) 
<D) 
-5 

32 

4 
28 

-25 

-30 
5 

-56 
<*) 

9 

-1 

-14 

-1 

10 

-42 

-19 

3 

-66 

-4 

-1 4 

-57 

1 

8 

-25 

-17 

-8 

-7 

94 
14 

-23 

-13 
( *) 
-13 
5 


-1 


1,778 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

-4 

CD) 
(D) 

( • ) 
CD) 



-1 
5 

4 

1 

92 
(0) 
(D) 

<D) 
3 
-1 

(D) 

-19 
(•) 
CO 
CO 

I • ) 

-8 
2 

-6 

5 

1 

-10 

< o> 
CD) 
(D) 

J 

CD) 

-14 

(D) 
<D> 


CD) 

3 
-4 
-7 


3,162 

5 

CO) 

298 

78 

-3 

-32 
(0) 
1 5 

< •) 
CD) 

71 

6 
65 

49 

43 

6 

104 
9 



(0) 

-2 
-5 

4 
-1 
-9 
CO) 

65 
-34 
-17 
1 27 

1 U 
-24 

CD) 

(D) 
CD) 

20 

345 

10 

(D) 
1 1 

< D) 

-16 

1 

-2 

21 


185 

-6 

12 

-120 

4 

-87 
2 
(0) 
(D) 
CO 
-1 

-18 
(0) 
CD) 

-25 
(0) 
CD) 

5 

-4 
<*) 
(• ) 
CO 
<•) 

13 
(0) 

-1 1 
(D) 

61 

(») 

2 
3 

(0) 

CD) 

2 

-4 

6 

(0) 

199 

-11 

CD) 

-12 
CO 

-2 
<D) 


29 


729 

< • ) 

6 

135 

(D) 

CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

( •) 
(0) 
U 

CD) 
CD) 
CO 

31 

29 
2 

CD) 
-4 

C *) 

CD) 

CO 
-5 
-1 

<0) 
-5 
-1 

533 

383 

76 

70 

16 

-12 

-1 

-1 
C •) 

18 

11 

14 

13 
1 

2 

12 
1 

-3 


677 
CD) 
CD) 

6 
-1 

2 

u 
j 
2 




CD) 

10) 

-1 

CD) 

CD) 



6 



CO 


2 
2 

< •) 



2 

CD) 

-1 
CO) 

-3 

l) 
1 

5 

J 
5 

CD) 

2 

1 

5 

c *) 


CO 

4 



1 


315 

-1 
140 

. I 1 
-5 
CO) 

a 

CO) 

<• ) 
-i 

j 

-i 

1 

-3 

CO) 

-i 

I D) 

CD) 

CD) 




1 

(• ) 





-4 

CD) 

6 
2 
CD) 

1 

-4 
CO) 

-42 



-42 

Cj ) 

CD) 

-1 5 

-4 
-10 

c o 

2 
5 


-1 


CD) 

< • ) 

( • I 

( • ) 
CO 

C •) 

( • ) 

CO 

CD) 

CD i 

C • ) 


27 
2 

-6 

- 1 


□ 




-5 
-1 

-4 

1 
1 

u 


u 





u 



- 1 

8 

4 

4 






39 



7 

-2 
-1 


-9 


16 
i . j 

1 

-7 

CD) 

CO 




( o 



. u 

CO 


C ») 

-1 

CO 
CO 

CD) 
CO 

<•) 




C « ) 


co) 



u 

CO) 
-2 

I •) 
-2 
-3 

10) 

26 
-1 
26 

CD) 

CO 

-9 

1 1 
CD) 

1 

CO 
-4 

CO) 


442 
2 
CO) 
13 

u 


u 





-. 



I o 


C • ) 

i 

CO 

3 

10 

CD) 




C 0) 

1 
1 


I 0) 



CO) 

J 
-1 

- 1 


CO) 

I • ) 


c o 

4 
CD) 
-1 

CD) 

(0) 

u 


C • ) 


CO) 


28 








3 




-2 


Chemicals & allied products .. 


2 

C ) 




Soap, cleaners, S toiletries 


(» ) 



G 


Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 


CD) 
C« ) 
CD ) 

CO) 


Machinery, except electrical 
Electric & electronic equip. 


CO) 




Textile products S apparel . 




u 


Paper & allied products .... 

Rubber & plastics products . 
Stone, clay 8 glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments & related prods. 


u 

C ) 

(• ) 



c 








*1otor vehicles & equipment ... 










Farm-product raw materials ... 




(• ) 


Food strs.,eat. & drink. places 


u 




(0 ) 










(0 ) 




-2 












C« ) 


Communication & pub. utilities 










11] 



Table F - 1 .--E mp I oy ment and Employee Compensation of Affiliates* Industry of Affiliate 

by Type 



NONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Numoer of employees 



Research and 
deue lopm en t 
scientists 

and engineers 



Employees 
covered by 
collective 
bargaining 
agreements 



Employee compensation 
(millions of dollars) 



Wages and 
s a I ar i es 



Enpenditures 
for employee 
bene fit plans 



(1 ) 

2,033,932 

2 5,21,7 

7,823 

10,923 

6,501 

101 ,050 

15,092 

1,584 

13,508 

77,496 

5,974 

2,488 

1 ,102,804 

120,354 
24,217 
19,616 
76,521 

283,401 

121,009 

33,056 

31,762 

(D> 

(0) 

1 12,883 
75,308 
22,562 
52,745 
37,575 

288,459 
115,952 
32,064 
22,640 
20,883 
40,365 
172,507 
31,855 
91,311 
49,341 

297,707 
29,354 
8,889 
36,879 
39,41 7 
23,678 
46,524 
66,029 
49,31 6 
16,71 3 
26,099 
20,838 

21 7,062 
43,058 
29,779 
87,200 
25,443 
31 ,582 

304,380 
203,234 
101,146 



(3) 


595,296 


10,075 


5,057 


4,416 


602 


23,352 


<D> 





(D) 


21 ,01 7 


1,114 


<D) 


343,304 


47,646 


12,171 


7,104 


28,371 


54,103 


29,205 


1 ,921 


7,578 


(D) 


CD) 


43,932 


30,614 


13,315 


1 7,299 


13,368 


78,393 


36,926 


14,790 


6,530 


< D ) 


(D> 


41,457 


3,876 


<D ) 


(D) 


119,180 


4, 393 


2,825 


23,852 


10,806 


9,060 


22,863 


34,149 


( D ) 


CD) 


5,91 1 


5,321 


39,866 


7,884 


7,596 


9,648 


<D) 


<0) 


1 1 3,873 


<D) 


(0> 



<4J 

40,047 

704 
209 
330 
165 

2,764 

278 

31 

247 

2,221 

1 65 

99 

22,798 



(5) 
33*120 

523 

163 
236 
124 

2,161 

238 

26 

212 

1 ,714 

138 

72 

18,655 

1 ,601 
326 
293 
977 

4,921 

2,362 
61 4 
622 

CD) 

(D) 

2,069 

1 ,469 

501 

968 

600 

4,935 

2,206 
557 
487 
41 4 
748 

2,73J 
44J 

1 ,551 
739 

5,129 
339 
1 1 1 
68 1 
653 
3 53 
879 
1 ,430 
1,145 
285 
363 
308 

3,963 
842 
673 

1,536 
438 
473 

3,144 

2,05J 
1 ,094 



(6J 

6*927 

182 
46 
94 
42 

603 

40 

5 

35 

508 
27 
27 

4,143 

351 

80 

35 
186 

1 ,089 
538 
123 

146 
(0) 

<o) 

538 
400 
156 
244 
138 

V96 

452 

122 

92 

70 

169 

544 

79 

291 

1 74 

1,169 

56 

19 

147 

1 24 

75 

183 

441 

386 

55 

ob 

6J 

64 3 

1 44 
1 1 9 

227 
81 

72 

607 

399 
207 



All 



idustries 



Mining ......................... 

*1 e t a I mining ....... .......... 

Coal 

Nonmetallic minerals, ex. fuels 

Petroleum ...................... 

Oil i gas extraction ......... 

Crude pet. (no refin.) & gas 
Oil & gas field services ... 

Petroleum & coal products mfg. 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 

Other 



Manufacturing 



Focd & kindred products ...... 

Grain mill & bakery products 

Beverages 

Other 

Chemicals & allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs 

Soap, cleaners, & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 
Other 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 

Ferrous 

Nonferrous 

Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery .................... 

Machinery, except electrical 

Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Office S computing mach. . 

Othe r 

Electric & electronic equip. 

Radio, TV, s comm. equip. 

Electronic components .... 

Othe r 

Other manufacturing 

Textile products & apparel . 

Lumber 5 furniture ......... 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber & plastics products . 

Stone, clay S glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 
Motor vehicles & equipment 
Other 

Instruments S related prods. 

Other 



Wholesale trade ............. 

ilotor vehicles & equipment 
Petals s minerals ......... 

Other durable goods ....... 

Farm-product raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



43,292 


228 


(0 ) 


7 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(0) 


<D) 


(0) 


(D) 



598 



ID) 


(D) 


481 


1 7, 399 


9,937 


4,049 


1,874 


(D) 


(D) 


1 ,445 


54 4 


56 



Retail trade 

Food strs.,eat. & drink. places 
Retail trade, nee . ........ 



901 

1 0, 436 

3,917 

487 

647 

1 ,864 

919 

6,519 

1 ,64 8 

3,088 

1,783 

4,30 2 
11 5 

(D) 
157 

<D > 
257 
435 

1 , 544 

1 , 24 7 
297 

1,071 

<D ) 

1,920 
389 
<D) 

706 
(D) 
322 

360 
(D ) 
CD) 



1,952 


406 


383 


1 ,1 63 


6,010 


2,900 


737 


768 


CD) 


CD) 


2,607 


1 ,869 


656 


1,213 


7 33 


5,931 


2,658 


679 


579 


4 84 


917 


3,273 


519 


1,842 


913 


6,298 


395 


1 2 9 


3 36 


777 


428 


1,062 


1,371 


1,531 


340 


433 


368 


4,606 


986 


792 


1,763 


519 


545 


3,751 


2,449 


1,301 



Finance, except banking 
Insurance 



Real estate 



Other industries ............... 

Agriculture .................. 

Forestry s fishing ........... 

Construction ................. 

Transportation ............... 

Communication & pub. utilities 
Services ..................... 

Hotels £ oth. lodging places 

Eusiness services .......... 

Motion pictures & TV tape .. 

Engineering & architecture . 

Other 



24,790 

62,302 

19,748 

1 76,549 

9,460 

76 

42,944 

35,949 

2,304 

85,816 

24,1 00 

24,656 

1,096 

7,987 

27,977 



(D) 

<D ) 



76 

(D) 

(D) 

3,634 



3,285 



328 

21 



CD) 


1,054 


<D) 


1,628 





20,311 


20,998 


(D) 


23,408 


7,679 


(D) 


385 


(D) 


(D) 



1 ,1 55 


371 


3,055 


1 36 


943 


763 


39 


1,1 72 


2 34 


380 


25 


1 73 


3 59 



744 



337 

2,615 

1 16 

1 

80 3 

644 

36 

1 ,009 

196 

325 

22 

154 

3! 1 



1U0 

1 ?7 

34 

440 
20 
(•) 
135 

1 1 9 

3 

1 65 

37 

55 

3 
20 

-8 



112 



N0N11NK U. 



Af/ILIUES 



Table F -2. --E mpl oynen t and Employee Compensation of Affiliates/ Country and Industry of U80 

by Type 



Number of employees 



Of yhich — 



Research and 
de ve I opmen t 
scientists 

and engineers 



Employees 
covered by 
collective 
bargaining 
ag reemen t s 



Employee compensation 
(millions of dollars) 



«l age s and 
salaries 



Enpenditures 
for employee 
benef it plans 



< 1 ) 
2,033,932 



< 2> 
43,292 



( 5> 
595/296 



(4) 
40,047 



(5) 
33/120 



(6) 

6/927 



All countries/ all industries 



By country 

Canada 290/018 3/083 92/947 5/997 4/906 1/091 

Europe 1/477/099 34/567 444,357 28/958 23/815 5/144 

European Communities (9) ..... 1/266/721 27/661 401/626 24,942 20/453 4/489 

Belgium 25/383 252 8/196 472 378 93 

Denmark 14,890 ( D ) (0) 215 182 33 

France 206/359 3/262 98.008 4/697 3/835 862 

Germany 375/865 9/036 116/358 7,039 5,789 1,251 

Ireland 8,918 <D) (0) 153 126 27 

Italy 15,575 344 4,216 363 305 58 

Luxembourg 4,806 < D ) 1,547 88 71 17 

Netherlands 186,688 7,549 45,732 4,293 3,517 775 

United <ingdom 428/237 7.159 111,642 7,623 6.249 1,373 

Other Europe 210,378 6,906 42,731 4,016 3,362 654 

Austria 1,304 <D) <D> 28 24 4 

Finland 2,875 <D) (D) 34 28 6 

Liechtenstein . 3,058 (D) (0) 63 55 8 

Norway 3,257 22 546 63 54 8 

Spain 751 (0) 12 11 1 

Sweden 41,672 1.034 13.292 8 30 679 150 

Switzerland 154.313 5.810 26.854 2,947 2,475 4 72 

Other 2,648 <D> 40 35 5 

Japan 115,258 1,779 23.351 2,140 1,874 267 

Australia, N.Zealand, £ S.Africa 29,231 551 9,987 624 531 93 

Latin America 74.456 <D) 14.124 1.413 1.188 224 

South & Central America 21.084 (D) 5.260 399 335 64 

Argentina 769 246 10 9 1 

Brazil 281 (0) <D> 6 5 1 

Mexico 3.939 9 1.641 80 68 12 

Panama 12.157 (D) 2.081 230 191 40 

Venezuela 1.109 (D) 19 16 2 

Other 2.829 (0) (0) 55 46 8 

Other Western Hemisphere . 53.372 (D) 8.864 1,313 853 160 

Bahamas 17.771 ID) 1,390 209 184 26 

Bermuda ... ID) 88 (D) (0) (D) <0) 

Netherlands Antilles (D) (D) (D) <D> <D> (D) 

U.K. Islands, Caribbean .... 1,571 (D) (D) 17 16 1 

Other <D> 5 4 1 

Middle East 22,800 74 6,426 454 403 51 

Israel 3,346 (D) 68 56 12 

Other 19,454 74 <D> 386 347 39 

Kuwait 2,744 (D) (0) 35 30 5 

Lebanon 3,997 (D) 1,590 72 61 11 

Saudi Arabia 11,089 (DJ (D) 263 241 22 

UnitedArabEmirates (D) (D) <D) 1 

Other (D) (D) (DJ 1 

Other Africa, Asia, S Pacific .. 11/961 67 3/274 204 177 17 

Other Africa 486 (D) (D) 7 6 1 

Other Asia 8 Pacific 11/475 <D) <D> 197 171 26 

Hong Kong 8/542 18 2,247 137 119 18 

Philippines <D> (D) <D) (D> (D) 4 

South Korea 1,375 (0) <D) 28 24 3 

Other (D) 171 (D) (D) 1 

United States 13,109 (D) 830 258 227 31 

Addendum--0PEC 16,284 (D) 3,679 333 302 31 

By industry 

Government 56,072 1,318 31,487 1,588 1,247 341 

Individuals, estates, S trusts . 318,064 3,258 71,032 5,376 4,531 845 

Petroleum 103/924 4,292 24,409 2,857 2,230 627 

Agriculture 5,715 (0) (D) 86 70 16 

Mining .. 42,862 1,316 14,491 988 810 178 

Construction 35,965 52 16,655 798 679 119 

Manufacturing 861,017 26/276 244,097 17,393 14,371 3,022 

Transp., comm., S pub. utilities 53,604 1,216 19,165 1,096 92 5 171 

wholesale and retail trade 175,261 191 71,029 2,792 2,354 438 

Banking 14,310 (D) (D) 314 281 33 

Holding companies 247,821 4,792 85,291 4,773 3,905 668 

Other finance and insurance .... 60,272 148 1,472 1,174 1,007 167 

Real estate .. 14,219 (D) (0) 300 273 27 

Services 44,826 36 7 12.352 510 436 74 



113 



Table F-3. — Employment and Employee Compensation of Affiliates* Country of Foreign Parent 

by Type 



NONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Number of employees 



Research and 
development 
scientists 

and engineers 



Emp loyees 
covered by 
collective 
bargaining 
agreements 



Employee compensation 
(millions of dollars) 



Wages and 
sal ar 1 es 



Expenditures 
for employee 
benefit plans 



(2) 

43,292 

2, 565 

30,479 

25.139 
266 
CD* 
2,849 
5,72 7 
<D) 
(D) 
(0) 
9,883 
6,288 

5,340 

< ) 
CD) 
(0) 
22 


1,008 
4,287 



1 ,760 
18 
8,446 
<D> 



(3) 



16) 

6,927 

859 

5,167 

4,542 

93 

52 

631 

1,117 
27 
1 J 
24 

1 ,364 

1,243 

64S 
3 

5 
5 
7 
1 
146 
473 
5 

265 

28 

558 

60 

< •) 

( •) 

10 

47 

2 

2 

498 
15 
76 

3 5 5 
71 

1 

18 

10 
7 



All countries 



Europe 

European Communities (9) 

Belgium 

Denmark ............... 

France 

Germany ............... 

Ireland 

Italy 

LuxemDourg ............ 

Netherlands ........... 

United <ingdom 



Other Europe ... 

Austria 

Finland ...... 

Liechtenstein 
No rway ....... 

Spain ........ 

Sweden ....... 

Switzerland .. 
Ot her 



Japan 

Australia, N. Zealand* 



Latin Ame r i c a 



South 8 Central 
Argentina ... 

Brazil 

Mexico ...... 

Panama 

ve nez ue I a 

Ot her 



Other Western Hemisphere . 

Bahamas 

Bermuda ................ 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands, Caribbean 
Ct her 



i dd le East 

Israel ................ 

Other 

Kuwait .............. 

Le banon 

Saudi Arabia ........ 

United Arab Emirates 
Cther 



Other Africa, Asia, & P 

Other Africa 

Other Asia S Pacific 

Hong Kong ......... 

Philippines ....... 

South Korea ....... 

Ot her 



2,033, 


932 


218, 


1 24 


1 ,492, 


392 


1 ,286, 


673 


25, 


239 


14 


451 


130, 


098 


343 


331 


8, 


922 


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7 59 


409 


574 


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301 


153 


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(0) 


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989 


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(D) 



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(D) 
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72,285 

460, 384 

412,579 

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110,84 5 

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664 

1,422 
101 ,097 
120,368 

47,805 

( D ) 

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(D ) 
546 

( D) 
1 3,023 
32,262 

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23,312 

2,394 

33,743 

4, 773 

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1 ,318 
2,622 
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28,970 

(D) 

1 ,676 
17,188 

8,980 
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CD) 

(D) 

(D) 

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(D ) 




( D) 

485 
(D> 

628 
(D) 
(D) 

1 61 



40,047 



29,1 89 


25,205 


472 


206 


3,296 


6,281 


1 53 


74 


1 41 


7,352 


7,229 


3,984 


21 


30 


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798 


3,001 


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2,1 27 


1 79 


3*635 


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3,251 


1 41 


543 


2,046 


517 


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124 


63 


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114 



NONBANK U.S. Aff 1LIUES 





Ta 


ble f-4. 


--Employment of Affiliates, Industry of Affi 
[Number of employees] 


i a t e by 


Country of U60 






















All c oun- 
tries 


Canada 


E urope 


J apan 


Austra- 
lia. 
New Zea- 
land. 

and 

South 

Africa 


Latin 
America 


Midd 
Eas 


e 


Other 

Africa, 

Asia, 

and 

Paci t i c 


Uni ted 
States 


Aoden- 




Tota I 







yh i c h-- 






OPcC 




France 


Germany 


Nether- 
l ands 


Uni ted 
Kingdom 


Sw i tz er- 

l and 






(1 ) 


(2) 


C3) 


C4) 


C5) 


16) 


(7) 


C8) 


C9) 


(10) 


CI 1 ) 


C12) 


(13) 


C 1 4) 


(1 5) 




2.033.932 

25,247 
7,823 

10,923 
6.501 

101 ,050 

15,092 

1 ,584 

13,508 

77.496 

5,974 

2,488 

1,102,804 

120.354 
24,217 

19.616 
76,521 

283,401 

121,009 

33,056 

31,762 

(D) 

CD) 

112,883 
75,308 
22,562 
52.746 
37.575 

288.459 
11 5.952 
32,064 
22,640 
20,883 
40.365 
1 72,507 
31,855 
91 ,311 
49,341 

297,707 
29,354 
8,889 
36,879 
39,41 7 
23,678 
46,524 
66,029 
49,316 
16,713 
26,099 
20,838 

217,062 
43,058 
29,779 
87,200 
25,443 
31,582 

304,380 
203,234 

101,146 

24,790 
62,302 
1 9,748 

176,549 

9,460 

76 

42,944 

35,949 

2,304 
85,816 
24,100 
24,656 

1,096 

7,987 
27,977 


290,018 

1 1,B71 
4,372 
2,627 
4,872 

1 1 ,622 
7,600 
1,082 
6,518 
ID) 
<D> 
<0) 

1 50,613 

1 9,525 
(0) 

9,905 
(0) 

4,334 
CD) 


(0) 
2.551 
2 58 

20,1 55 
1 5,459 

CD) 

CD) 

4.596 

50.934 
20.608 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
30.326 

(D) 

<D) 

(D) 

55.665 

3.986 

1.422 

(0) 
23.880 

3.938 

11.152 

693 

CD) 

CD) 

(D) 
6 2-5 

14.330 

(D) 

(D) 

4.936 

(0) 

7.845 

36.026 
32.983 

3.043 

(D) 

8.401 
1 3.595 

(D) 

CD) 

CD) 

2.177 

1 9,2 52 

972 

10.316 

2.048 

1.339 


1.525 

5.404 


1,477,099 

10,21 7 
CD) 
CD) 
1 ,504 

85,069 
4,131 

390 
3,741 
C D) 

5.000 
(D) 

849.476 

91.693 

16.541 

9,080 

66,072 

269,796 

1 19,460 

26,31 1 

29.427 

( D) 

(D) 

79.867 
51 ,91 1 
13,879 
38,032 
27,956 

192,854 
85,340 

CD) 
19,773 
16,202 

C D) 

107.514 

17.483 

58.432 

31 ,599 

215,266 
18,753 

3,974 
28,198 
11 ,670 
17,983 
33.696 
64 .834 

CD) 

CD) 
21.114 
1 5,04 4 

129,840 
30,534 
13,81 
44,186 
22.528 
18.782 

242.403 

167.81 3 

74.590 

1 1 ,581 

45.056 

2.881 

100.576 

4.762 

66 

35.299 

CO) 

C D) 
52.91 7 
10,391 
1 8,44 7 

CD) 

5,100 

CD) 


206,359 

1,175 

91 

1,084 
3 

5,923 
(D) 

( D) 
( D) 
(D) 
CD) 



119.004 

1,573 



1 ,004 
569 

15.363 
4,801 
CD) 
(D) 

CD) 
CD) 

20,430 
19,920 

( D) 

CD) 

510 

5,572 

2,849 
ID) 
(D) 
CD) 

576 
2,723 
(0) 
CD) 
( D) 

76.069 
CD) 
CD) 
(D) 

CD) 

1 36 
CD) 
<D) 

< D) 
CD) 
1.111 
2,577 

28.1 74 
CD) 

610 
2.60? 
CD) 
1.363 

CD) 

CD) 
572 

<0) 

206 

291 

< D) 

200 
CD) 
4.831 

331 
CD) 
5.467 
(D) 
1.433 

(D) 
CD) 


375,865 

< D) 
CD) 
CD) 

3 

1.355 

129 

129 



CD) 

(D) 

(D) 

238,964 

1,057 
CD) 

132 
CD) 

1 34,41 3 
46.81 5 
1.076 
<D> 
CD) 
(D) 

1 4,171 
4,208 
2,034 
2,174 
9,963 

33,173 
1 6,479 

CD) 

2,721 

( D) 

7,822 
1 6,694 

<D) 

3,318 

CD) 

56,1 50 
2,467 
3,094 
C D) 

3,859 
6,807 
4,083 
CD) 
(D) 
CD) 
7,906 
CD) 

33,416 
1 4,453 

3,650 

8,905 

CD) 

CD) 

( D) 
(D) 
4,276 

268 

2,91 2 

193 

CD) 

987 
CD) 
1 7,531 
2,368 

2,584 
( D) 
CD) 



857 

8 


186,683 

CD) 

3 
CD) 
CD) 

CD) 
(D) 
CD) 

281 
CD) 
CD) 
1,173 

102,628 

3,069 
CD) 
CD) 
(D) 

CD) 
(D) 

CD) 
CD) 


CD) 

(D) 
( D) 
(0) 
CD) 
(D) 

58,820 
CO) 
(D) 

CD) 

400 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

3 

4,304 


CD) 



CO) 

2,876 

CD) 

CD) 



CD) 

( D) 

(D) 

3,692 

CD) 

CD) 
983 
100 
643 

21,111 
CD) 
CD) 

CD) 

8,580 

665 

5,317 
(0) 

3 
(0) 

1,111 


3,515 
CD) 
CD) 
3 
620 
CD) 


428.237 

988 
CO) 
CD) 
CD) 

CD) 

286 
CD) 
(D) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

224.047 

58.725 

CD) 

CD) 
37,170 

47,461 
34,406 

4.685 

4.542 

( D) 

CD) 

16.481 
1 ,277 
CD) 
CD) 

15,204 

49,931 

32,781 

12,555 

5.373 

CD) 

< D) 

17,150 

CD) 

4,080 
CD) 

51 ,449 

12,725 



CD) 

6,6 52 

5.846 

6.270 
162 

CD) 

CD) 

(D) 

7,474 

34,970 
5,393 
5,967 

16,1 10 

603 
0.397 

CD) 
CD) 

CD) 

6.108 

27,823 

1.054 

24,1 80 

1 ,909 

(D) 

<D> 
721 

(0) 
12,201 

CD) 

1 ,595 

CO) 

1,630 

CD) 


154,813 

(0) 



CD) 
CD) 

CD) 
<D) 
CD) 
(0) 
CD) 
CD) 



100,937 

CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

CD) 

35,624 

CD) 

CD) 

2,735 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 


CD) 
666 

1 2,626 
5, 516 
CO) 
792 


CD) 
7,1 10 


CD) 
CD) 

1 0,298 
1,246 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
1,781 
CD) 
CD) 


2,045 
1,052 

10,932 
CD) 

219 
3,991 
CD) 
CD) 

18,358 
CD) 
CD) 

CD) 

5.140 

397 

1 6.430 
CD) 


CD) 
533 

1 1.S39 
CD) 
CD) 


CO) 
CD) 


1 15.253 

CD) 




CD) 

164 


U 


1 64 



36.209 

4.915 

CD) 

CD) 
4.716 

2.230 

CD) 

CD) 

(D) 

CD) 

CD) 

( D ) 
CD) 

732 
CD) 

279 

1 2, 169 

5,051 



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CD) 

7,1 18 

CD) 

2,687 

CD) 

(D) 
3,274 
CD) 
CD) 
CO) 
1,119 
872 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
2.232 
CD) 

54.734 

10.822 

5.274 

33.723 

2.699 

2.216 

3.705 

CD) 

CD) 

1.512 

CD) 

420 

CD) 

2 34 


199 

6.887 

CD) 
10.390 

7.732 
248 
452 

CD) 

CD) 


29.231 

CD) 

CO) 


CD) 

(D) 
CD) 

CD) 



G 
U 


8.569 

(D) 




(0) 

(D) 




(0) 




1.676 

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CD) 


CD) 

CD) 
CD) 

CD) 




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4,569 


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CD) 






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10,44 7 

CD) 

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191 

3,497 



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CD) 



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74,456 

CD) 

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3,462 
CD) 

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2,399 
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6,971 

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2,695 
304 

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530 

16,199 



16, 199 

59 

CD) 

1,058 

CD) 
808 


CD) 

1,165 


3,234 
783 
315 

CD) 

(D) 

CD) 


22,800 

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7,520 

CD) 
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CD) 
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2.046 
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3,623 
2,3<S6 
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CO) 



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3,239 

CO) 


CD) 
CD) 

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(D) 

186 
(0) 




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(D) 



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(0) 



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313 
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CO) 
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CD) 

CD) 
2,319 

20 

CD) 

CD) 

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CD) 

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CD) 



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CD) 

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CO) 

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2,203 

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CD) 

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1 0, 284 
















Nonmetal lie m i n er al s,e x . fuels 



CD) 







Crude pet- (no refin.) & gas 
Oil & gas field services ... 

Petroleum 8 coal products mfg. 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 




G 
(0) 








Food 8 kindred products ...... 

Grain mill 8 bakery products 


CD) 

CD ) 








Chemicals 8 allied products .. 


CD ) 



L 


Soap, cleaners, & toiletries 


CO) 



G 


Primary 8 fabricated metals •• 
Primary metal industries ... 


(0) 

CO) 






CO ) 


Fabricated metal products .. 


(D ) 
CD ) 


Machinery, except electrical 
Construction machinery ... 
Special industry machinery 
Office 8 computing mach. . 


CD ) 





CD ) 


Electric & electronic equip. 
Radio, TV, 8 comm. equip. 
Electronic comoonents .... 






L 

u 






Textile products 8 apparel . 





Paper S allied products .... 

Rubber S plastics products . 

Stone, clay 8 glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 

Motor vehicles & equipment 




CO ) 

CD) 






Instruments 8 related prods. 









lotor vehicles 8 equipment ... 


u 








Farm-product raw materials ... 



(0) 


Food strs..eat. 8 drink. places 


u 






(0) 


























Communication 8 pub. utilities 





Hotels & oth. lodging places 


2,23 7 
CD ) 


Motion pictures 8 TV tape .. 
Engineering 8 architecture . 


U 
CD) 







11! 



NONeANK U.S. AfflLHTES 



Table f - 5 . --E mp I oym en t of Affiliates* Country of UBO by Industry of Affi 
[Number of employeesj 



Al I 
indus- 
tries 



fining 



Pet r o- 
l eum 



Manufac turing 



Food 
and 
i nd r ed 
prod- 
ucts 



C hemi - 
a I s and 
allied 
prod- 
ucts 



Pr i ma r y 

and 
fabri- 
cated 

metals 



Machin- 
ery 



Other 
i <*nuf ac- 
turing 



whole- 
sale 
trade 



Detail 
trade 



finance/ 
except 

banking 



Insur- 
ance 



Deal 
■state 



Other 

ind us- 

tr i es 



(2) 

25,247 
1 1 ,871 

10/21 7 

(D) 

(D) 


1.175 
<0) 


(0) 
CD) 
< D) 
988 



(3) 



(4) 



( 5) 
1 20,354 
19.525 
91 .693 

(D) 


(0) 
1.573 
1.057 


( 0) 
(D) 
3.069 
58.725 

(0) 
CD) 



(6) 
283,401 

4,334 

269,796 

232,607 
(D) 
(D> 
15,360 
1 34,413 



(0) 
47,461 

37,189 




(0) 


(D) 

35,624 



2,230 

(0) 

CD) 

(o; 



< 7) 
112,883 
20,155 
79,867 

57,452 

2,223 

(0) 
20,430 
14,171 


(0) 

(0) 

(D) 
16,481 

22,41 5 


(D) 


<D ) 


4,859 
(D) 



(0) 

1,676 

2,399 

(D) 




(0J 

(D) 

(0J 



(8J 

288,459 

50,934 

192,8 54 

1 55,486 

CD3 

ID) 

5,572 
33,1 73 

<D) 

7,375 



58,820 

49,931 

37,368 

(D) 
(DJ 
(D) 
662 

23,369 
1 2,626 


12,169 

(D> 

(D) 

(D) 





o 

(D) 


<D) 



<9) 
297,707 
55,665 
21 5,266 

<D) 

1,842 

432 

76,069 

56,150 

(D) 

CD) 

(D) 

4,304 
51,449 

(D) 
492 
81 1 

<0) 

(D) 

(DJ 

(DJ 
10,298 

<D) 

(D ) 

4,569 

6,971 

4,807 

(0) 




(DJ 

<D) 





(10) 
217,062 

14,330 

129,840 

109,042 

1,195 

(0) 

28,174 

33,416 

<D) 

4,112 

1,248 

3,692 

34,970 

20,798 
279 
(D) 
(0) 
644 
107 
4,939 
10,902 
(D) 

54,73* 

10,447 

2,695 

2,2 84 

(D) 
21 1 
327 
714 

<D) 
862 



( 1 1J 

304,380 

36,026 

242,403 

223,656 
13,025 

u 

(DJ 
(D) 



(DJ 

(DJ 

21,111 

(D) 

18,747 
(D) 

O 
(CJ 




(D) 
18,358 



3,70 5 
3,497 

16,199 

90". 


(D) 
(DJ 



C12J 
24,790 

(D) 

1 1 ,581 

9,474 
(D) 


(D) 
268 


(O) 

CO) 

CD) 
6,108 

2,107 



<fl) 



CD) 

C DJ 

(0) 

CD) 

1,512 

ID) 
59 

(CJ 

CD) 




CD) 






(13) 

62,302 

8,401 

4 5,056 

39,590 

(OJ 

206 
2,912 
(DJ 
(DJ 



8,580 

27,823 

5,460 


(DJ 


(DJ 


(DJ 
5,140 



(DJ 

CDJ 

(DJ 


L 








(14J 
19,748 
13,595 

2,881 

2,454 

132 



291 

193 



(DJ 

(DJ 
665 

1,054 

427 
(DJ 


(DJ 




397 
5 

420 

(DJ 

1,05 8 

338 

59 

CDJ 

130 

26 

53 

(DJ 



(IS J 



All countries 2,033,932 



Europe 1,477,099 



European Communities (9) 
delgium ............... 

Denmark ............... 

Fr ance 

Germany 

Irelano 

Italy 

Luiembojrg ............ 

Netherlands ........... 



.1,266,721 
25,383 
14,890 
. 206,359 
. 375,865 
8,918 
15,575 
4,806 
186,688 
United Kingdom ............. 428,237 



Other Europe . 
Austria .... 
Fi nland 
Li ech t en s t e i 

No rway 

Spain ...... 

Sweden ..... 

Switzerland 
Ot her 



Japan .......................... 

Australia, N.Zealand. & S.Africa 
Latin America 



South & Central America 

Argentina 

Brazil ............... 

Mexico 

Panama 

Venezuela 

Ot her 



210.378 

1 .304 

2.875 

3,058 

3.257 

751 

41 ,672 

154,813 

2,648 

1 1 5,258 

29,231 

74 ,45b 

21 ,084 

769 

281 

3,939 

12,157 

1 ,109 

2,829 



(D) 
CD) 



CDJ 

(DJ 
<DJ 
CD) 



101,050 

1 1 ,622 

8 5,0 69 

82,568 
(D) 
(D) 

5,923 
1,355 

(D) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

2,501 




<D> 

(D) 

1,807 

<D) 



1 64 

CD) 

3,462 

<D> 





CD) 

CD) 



1, 102,804 
150,613 
849,476 

710,827 

6,872 

(D ) 
119,004 
238,964 

CD) 
10,528 

2,820 
102,628 
224,047 

138,649 

647 

1,055 

848 

1,577 

(D) 

32,912 

100,937 

(D) 

36,209 

8.569 

44,975 

CD) 

(D) 


2,417 
10,422 
( D) 
CD) 






<D) 
(D) 
CD) 
CD) 



4,91 5 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 

( D ) 



<DJ 



100, 576 

(DJ 
CD J 
(D J 
CDJ 
(DJ 
(DJ 

322 
(DJ 

5,31 7 
2 4,180 

(DJ 
(DJ 
(DJ 

263 
(DJ 
(DJ 

1.528 
1 

213 

(DJ 

4,107 

(D) 

CDJ 
(DJ 
CD J 
(D) 
(DJ 
90 
S63 



Other Western Hemisphere . 
Bahamas ................ 

Bermuda ................ 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
L.K. Islands, Caribbean 
Ot her 



i i d le East 

Israel ................ 

Other 

Kuwai t 

Lebanon ............. 

Saudi Arabia 

United Arab Emirates 
Ot her 



Other Africa, Asia, S f 
Other Africa ........ 

Other Asia & Pacific 

Hong Kong ......... 

Philippines 

South Korea ....... 

Ot her 



uni t ed St a tes . 
Addend um--0s>EC 



53,372 
1 7,771 

(D) 
(0) 
1 , 571 
(D) 

22,800 
3,346 

19,454 
2,744 
3,997 

1 1 ,089 
CD) 
( D) 

1 1 ,961 

486 

11,475 

8,542 

(D) 

1 ,375 

( 0) 

13.109 
16,284 



CD) 
CDJ 
(DJ 

( D) 



(D> 
(D) 
CD) 
(D) 



(D) 
CD) 
CD) 





CD) 







CD) 

























CD) 







(D) 





CD) 
(D) 
CD) 
(D) 
CD) 
(D ) 

7,520 
( D) 
(DJ 
( D) 

2,739 
CD) 


(D) 

3,239 

(D) 
CD) 
1,983 
(D) 


C D) 

2,203 

2,968 



(DJ 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

I D ) 



(DJ 

(DJ 
(D) 
(D) 



(DJ 

(D) 
(DJ 



(DJ 

CD) 



(D) 

( D) 







o 


(DJ 

1,701 


1,701 
(D) 
(DJ 






(DJ 



(D) 
(DJ 
(OJ 



(DJ 
(D) 



(DJ 
(DJ 



(DJ 
(D) 



(D) 

(D) 






1 so 

1 86 
(D) 



(D) 

146 

(DJ 



2,16* 


(D) 

<0) 
(D) 



<DJ 
ID ) 
(DJ 







<D) 

665 

(D) 

(DJ 

(D) 




(D) 

(0) 
(DJ 



*1 1 
CD) 
(DJ 
<DJ 
CDJ 
(DJ 

2,046 

(DJ 

(D) 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 

(DJ 

(D) 

1,763 

755 

59 

819 

130 

CD J 

(DJ 



1 5,295 

14,434 

(DJ 

(DJ 











u 

(DJ 



(D) 

2,484 



(DJ 

(DJ 



(D J 
(OJ 



ZU 



20 



(DJ 



(D) 
(DJ 



720 
(DJ 

264 
(DJ 
12 


959 
(0) 
(DJ 
(DJ 
23 

205 
CDJ 

(DJ 

(DJ 
563 
51 4 
18 
CDJ 
CDJ 

26 

962- 



3,4.7 
371 

2,724 
201 

(DJ 

CD J 

6>702 
617 

i, -: ". 
(DJ 
CDJ 
(0 J 
CD J 
368 

(DJ 
(DJ 

3,376 
2,71 7 
CDJ 

528 
(DJ 

(DJ 

6,072 



116 



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Table f -6 . --Employment of Affiliates* Industry of Affiliate by Country of foreign Parent 

[Number of employees] 



All coun- 
tries 



C ana da 



Eur ope 

Of whi c h-- 



Ge r many 



Net her - 
lands 



United 
K i ngdom 



Suit^er- 
I and 



Japan 



Austra- 
lia* New 
lea- 

l and* 

and 
South 
Africa 



Latin 
A mer i c a 



Mi ddl e 
East 



Other 
Africa* 

As i a * 

and 

Pacific 



A d de n - 

dun — 
OPEC 



( 10) 



( 12J 

5*989 

J 


Q 




a 
o 
a 
o 

a 

(o; 

(d; 




ID) 

<0J 







(13> 

6*oU3 

u 

u 


D 

u 

u 


U 
u 


(0) 

(D ) 


(D) 



( K> 

3*63 3 

U 
D 
D 
] 




G 
U 

u 

u 


1*<-o 7 
(0) 



All industries 2*033*93? 



Mining 

Metal mining ........... 

Coal 

Nonmetallic mineral s*ex. 



Pe t r ol eum 



Oil & gas extraction ......... 

Crude pet. (no ref in.) & gas 
Oil & gas field services ... 

Petroleum & coal products mfg. 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 

Other 



Manufacturing 1*102*804 



food & kindred products ...... 

Grain mi 11 & bakery products 

Beverages 

Other 

Chemicals & allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs • 

Soap* cleaners* & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 
Ot her 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal ind us tries ... 

Ferrous 

N on ferrous ............... 

Fabricated metal products .. 



Machinery 

Machinery* except electrical 

Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Office S computing mach. . 

Other 

Electric & electronic equip. 

Radio* TV* 0, comm. equip. 

Electronic components .... 

Other 

Other manufacturing .... ...... 

Textile products & apparel • 

Lumber & furniture ......... 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber & plastics products . 

St one* clay & glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 
Motor vehicles S equipment 
Other 

Instruments S related prods. 

Other 



Wholesale trade ............. 

Motor vehicles & equipment 
Metals & minerals ......... 

Other durable goods ....... 

Farm-product raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade 

Food strs.*eat. & drink. places 
Retail trade* nee ............ 



finance* except banking 
Insurance 



Rea I estate 



Other industries 

Agriculture .................. 

forestry s fishing 

Construction ................. 

Transportation 

Communication & pub. utilities 
Services 

Hotels % oth. lodging places 

Business services 

Motion pictures & TV tape .. 
Engineering 8 architecture * 
Other 



033,932 


218,124 


,492,392 


130.098 


343,331 


344,759 


409,574 


153.886 


1 14.308 


12,414 


183,902 


25,247 


8,974 


15,43 1 


674 


81 1 


1 1,606 


CD) 


CD) 


(D ) 


CD) 




CD) 


7,823 


4,785 


< 0) 


<D) 


(0) 


<D) 


U 










U 


CD) 


10,923 


(D) 


7,787 


CD) 


(D) 


CD) 


CD) 


CO) 










CO) 


6,501 


(D) 


CD) 








(0) 


(0) 


CD) 


CO) 


(D) 




(0) 


101,050 


1 5,673 


80,556 


1,590 


(D) 


( D) 


1,818 


CD) 


164 







4,657 


1 5,092 


7,197 


4 ,771 


<D ) 


129 


1,111 


286 


CD) 










3,124 


1 ,584 


1,079 


(D) 


(D) 


129 


CD) 


CO) 


CO) 










CD) 


13,508 


6,1 18 


CO) 


(0) 





CD) 


CD) 













(D) 


77,496 


(D) 


<D> 








(D) 


345 


CD) 










<D) 


5,974 


ID) 


(0) 


CD) 


(D) 


CD) 


CD) 


CO) 


164 







CO) 


2,488 


<D) 


CD) 





CD) 


947 


(0) 













CO) 


102,804 


100,902 


861 ,839 


93,384 


210,420 


191,962 


204,593 


106.625 


35,334 


3,371 


96,444 


120,354 


1 2,986 


98,636 


1 ,492 


1,057 


30,242 


38,528 


(0) 


4,91 5 


(0) 




3,542 


24,217 


(D) 


21,463 





<D) 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 







CD) 


19,616 


9,905 


9,080 


<D> 


132 


CD) 


( D) 


CD) 


(D) 







CD) 


76,521 


(0) 


68,093 


<0) 


CD) 


CD) 


16,189 


(0) 


4,716 


CD) 




1 ,992 


283,401 


2,176 


239,552 


1 5,360 


111,162 


37,375 


44,61 1 


20.703 


CO) 


CD) 




38.162 


121 ,009 


CD) 


CD) 


4,801 


24,596 


CD) 


34,264 


CD) 


557 







CD) 


33,056 


CD) 


16,301 


CD) 


965 


(D) 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 







(0) 


31,762 


(0) 


29,61 9 


(D) 


(0) 


(D) 


(D) 


2.735 


(D) 


CO) 




ID) 


(D) 


(0) 


(0) 


(0) 


(D) 


CD) 


(D) 


CD) 


CD) 







(D) 


(D) 


1 32 


(D) 


(D) 


<D) 


CD) 


C 0) 


CD) 


<D) 







(D) 


112,883 


22,716 


78,349 


20,430 


14,051 


5,8*1 


12.909 


CD) 


(0) 


1 ,342 


2.733 


75,308 


1 5,460 


52,024 


19,920 


4,208 


(0) 


1.277 


CO) 


CD ) 


CD) 




CD) 


22,562 


(0) 


1 3,993 


(D> 


2,034 


<D> 


C D) 





732 


I 0) 




CD) 


52,746 


(0) 


38,031 


( D) 


2,174 


CD) 


(D) 


CD) 


CD ) 







(0) 


37,575 


7,256 


26,325 


510 


9,843 


C D) 


1 1 .632 


721 


279 


(0) 




CD) 


288,459 


40,31 5 


206,220 


5,572 


30,868 


73,1 30 


49.734 


20,818 


1 1,294 


CD) 




CD) 


1 15,952 


(D) 


98,660 


2,849 


1 4,246 


<D) 


32.812 


1 3.660 


5,051 


(0) 




2.344 


32,064 


61 5 


31 ,449 


<D> 


1,338 


CD) 


12.555 


CO) 













22,640 


<D> 


19,71 3 


CD) 


2,661 


(D) 


5.373 


1.201 







u 


CD) 


20,883 


CD) 


15,925 


CD) 


(DJ 


CD) 


CO) 





(D) 







1.290 


40,365 


(0) 


31,573 


576 


(D ) 


2,267 


(0) 


CO) 


CD ) 


CD) 




CD) 


172,507 


(D) 


107,560 


2, 723 


16,622 


CD) 


16,922 


7.158 


6,243 







CO) 


31 ,855 


(0> 


1 7,538 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


CD) 





CD) 







(0) 


91,311 


(D) 


58,423 


(0) 


3,294 


CD) 


3,870 


CD) 


1 ,812 







CD) 


49,341 


10) 


31 ,599 


<D) 


(D) 





CD) 


CO) 


CD) 




(J 


CD) 


297,707 


23,309 


239,082 


50.530 


53,282 


45,374 


58,81 1 


16.694 


9,885 


835 


(0) 


29,354 


3,986 


20,038 


<0) 


1,751 


CD) 


12,381 


2.849 


3,274 







<D> 


8,889 


1,707 


3,686 


(D) 


2,421 


ID) 





CD) 


CD) 


CD) 




CO) 


36,879 


(D) 


28,198 


(D) 


CD) 


(D) 


CD) 


(0) 


(D) 










39,417 


(0) 


35,192 


CD) 


3,859 


(D) 


8,840 


CD) 


(D) 




u 


722 


23,678 


1 ,302 


18,100 


136 


6,749 


2 ,844 


2,677 


CD) 


(0) 







CD) 


46,524 


1,534 


33,397 


<0) 


4,083 


CD) 


6,270 


1.570 


(0) 


CD) 




CD) 


66,029 


(D) 


64,943 


(0) 


CD) 


CD) 


162 


CD) 


(D ) 










49,316 


(D) 


48,731 


(D) 


(0) 


(D) 


(D) 


<D) 


CD) 










1 6,71 3 


<D> 


16,21 2 


CD ) 


CD) 


CD) 


CO) 





CD) 










26,099 


2,624 


19,51 7 


1 ,675 


6,785 


CD) 


704 


2,602 


2,232 







(0) 


20,838 


625 


16,01 1 


2,577 


CD) 


(0) 


(D) 


1.735 


CD) 







CO) 


21 7,062 


1 4,539 


124,777 


20,316 


29,482 


14,388 


34.383 


1 1.645 


54, 734 


1,865 


1 7,462 


43,058 


(D) 


23,282 


(D) 


(0) 


1,332 


5.393 


CD) 


10,822 


CD) 




CD) 


29,779 


(0) 


21 ,263 


593 


3,4 1 3 


CO) 


5.993 


1.532 


5.274 


CO) 




774 


87,200 


4,904 


42,206 


2,446 


8,613 


2,1 38 


1 5.967 


4. 5* 5 


33.723 


314 


3,771 


25,443 


(D) 


19,632 


(D) 


CD) 


295 


603 


(D) 


2,699 







CD) 


31 ,582 


8,075 


18,394 


(0) 


CD) 


CD) 


6.427 


1 .093 


2.216 


185 


1,886 


304,380 


19,102 


245,604 


1,304 


74,71 7 


3-4,054 


110.190 


(0) 


3.705 


<D) 




31 ,996 


203,234 


<D) 


180,965 


91 3 


CD) 


CO) 


CO) 


CD) 


2.224 







CO) 


101,146 


(0) 


64,639 


391 


(0) 


CD) 


CD) 


2.582 


1.481 


CD) 




CD) 


24,790 


( 0) 


1 1 ,492 


(D) 


233 


262 


6.002 


(0) 


1,512 







CD) 


62,302 


8,684 


44,77 5 


206 


2,81 2 


8,561 


27.736 


5.140 


(0) 


( D ) 




(D ) 


19,748 


1 1 ,405 


4,397 


(D) 


1 84 


2,683 


1.007 


295 


420 


Ci) 




2,809 


1 76,549 


(0) 


103,521 


( D) 


CD) 


(D) 


CD) 


15.989 


CO ) 


3.994 


18,664 


9,460 


214 


6,036 


CD} 


975 


2,348 


1 .646 


CD) 


234 







2-751 


76 


<D) 


66 


CD) 


(D) 





(0) 
















42,944 


2,191 


35,390 


4,831 


1 7,531 


CO) 


<D) 


CD) 


199 


CD) 




CD) 


35,949 


(D) 


( D) 


330 


2,368 


4,314 


580 


478 


6,887 


(D) 




CD) 


2,304 


9 50 


( D) 


<D> 





CD) 


CD) 





CD ) 










85,816 


10,1 61 


51 ,689 


4, 183 


2,584 


4,616 


1 1,709 


11.397 


10.315 


CO) 




9,402 


24,100 


2,048 


10,305 


(D) 


CD) 


8 14 


(D) 





7,657 







3,661 


24,656 


1 ,5 79 


1 7,61 7 


423 


CD) 


CD) 


1,517 


CD) 


CD ) 


( 0) 




1 ,929 


1 ,096 





(D) 











CD) 





452 




u 


CD) 


7,987 


1 ,525 


5,100 


(D) 


857 


620 


1.61 7 


CD) 


CD ) 







CD) 


27,977 


5,009 


(0) 


CD) 


8 


C D) 


(D) 


<D) 


1,764 


CD) 




CD) 



CD) 



ID) 
(DJ 



(DJ 
CD) 









u 
u 

CD) 

1,951 
CD) 
<D) 
CO) 







CD) 



(0) 

(DJ 
CD) 


CD) 
CD) 


124 
CD) 
CD) 


(0) 
CD) 



(D) 
CD) 



(U 
(D I 
CD) 

(0) 



CD) 
(D) 

lu J 



U 




(0) 



1,734 

313 
46 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

CD) 
(D) 
CD) 

20 

CD) 

424 

1,455 
(D) 
CD) 
25d 
317 

CO) 
(D) 
CD) 

U 



541 



CD) 
CD ) 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 



CD ) 
CD) 



CO) 
CD) 






u 

o 




G 

66 



(j j 
CO ) 



<D) 



CD > 
CD) 



CD) 
(0) 



117 



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Table F-7.--Employment of Affiliates* State by Industry of Affiliate 1/ 

[Number of employees] 





Al 1 
indus- 
tries 


Mining 


Petro- 
leum 


Manufacturing 


yhote- 

sale 
trade 


Retai I 

trade 


Finance, 

except 
bank i ng 


Insur- 
ance 


teal 
es tat e 


Ot her 




Tota I 


Food 
a no 
kindred 
prod- 
ucts 


C hemi - 

cats and 

al I ied 

prod- 

uc t s 


Primary 

and 

f abri - 

ca ted 

metals 


Machin- 
ery 


Other 
manufac- 
turing 


tr ] es 




(1 ) (2) 


(3) 


C4) 


C5> 


16) 


C7) 


(8) 


C9) 


CIO) 


C11 ) 


C12) 


C13) 


CI 4) 


CI 5) 




2,033,932 

122,860 
34,948 
1 4,471 
47,901 
1 2,328 
6,914 
6,298 

466,323 

8,654 

2,284 

40,918 

120,530 

1 79,292 

1 1 4,645 

368,054 
11 2,434 
47,335 
65,275 
84,218 
58.792 

103,196 

19,559 

1 3,824 

30,874 

30,268 

5,169 

2,393 

1,109 

465,1 20 
22,698 
14,780 
65,923 
67,410 
23,203 
39,556 
9,542 
67,522 
54.239 
44.063 
37.206 
18.978 

1 76,979 

1 4 ,394 

7,095 

19,372 

136,118 

37,921 
1 9,935 
3.708 
1 ,798 
9,473 
3,007 

255,576 
219,636 

4,590 
10,229 
21 ,121 

8,326 

1 5,509 

9,290 

3,842 

936 


2 5,217 

897 

393 

< D> 
CD) 

( D) 


( D ) 

1 ,840 


(D) 
(0) 

143 
1 ,640 

1 ,092 

< D) 
CD) 

(0) 

1 40 
( 0) 

(0) 



(0) 

CO) 

CO) 

CO) 

CD) 

11,337 
(0) 


( D) 

442 
2,397 
C 0) 


(D) 


C D) 

428 
5,414 

3,471 
(0) 
CD) 
(0) 

< 0) 

2,980 

954 

( D) 
142 
6S8 

CD) 

701 

464 

208 

3 

26 

CD) 

CD) 



CD) 




101 ,050 

1.715 
300 
172 

997 
( 0) 

88 
(0) 

7,827 
CD) 
( D) 

1 86 
1,947 
2,095 
(0) 

28,657 
6,963 
10) 
3,703 

10) 
415 

2,931 
335 
918 

(0) 
552 

(0) 
545 
9 

13,865 
(0) 
75 
5 09 
4 09 
515 
10,089 
571 
1 47 
56 
4 59 
(0) 
CD) 

26,458 

CO) 

CO) 

2,588 
21.532 

5.448 
2.471 
CD) 

4 69 
(D) 
1.530 

10.386 
9.222 

CO) 
(0) 
689 

2,1 52 

CD) 

CO) 

598 

CD) 


1, 102,804 

72,215 
22,2T2 
8,489 
26.428 
7,378 
5,770 
1,938 

249,502 
6,232 
595 
25,463 
71 ,543 
71 ,933 
73,731 

226.420 
62.154 
36.121 
39,310 
52,214 
36,621 

63,195 

14,453 

9,290 

15,397 

19,418 

2,803 

1 ,055 

779 

246,744 
1 1,893 
1 1,463 
30,709 
32,042 
11,167 
14,013 
5,212 
40,458 
33,1 32 
33,1 76 

I 5,858 
7,621 

74,851 
5,69; 
1,420 
7,626 

60,1 10 

19,553 
9,049 
2,212 

738 
6,885 

669 

139, 48C 

11 9., 9 78 

2,457 

5,387 

II ,658 

4,461 

1 ,238 

4,287 

751 

1 05 


1 20,354 

5,445 
1 ,883 

1 ,092 

2,034 

250 

165 

21 

33,820 

<D) 

CD) 

( 0) 

5,21 5 
1 5,106 

9,265 

26.071 
9,018 
2,792 
4, 126 
6,731 
3,404 

6,571 
1 ,082 

773 
1,284 
2,378 

495 
(0) 
( D) 

22,180 
CD) 
C D) 
2,006 
3,914 
2,136 
1,954 

920 
2,850 
1 ,392 

856 
2,138 

165 

4,082 
318 
1 10 
340 

3, 314 

2,986 
1,646 
CD) 
CD ) 
( D) 
I D) 

14,691 

1 1,570 

245 

51 9 

2,357 

3.342 

( C) 
CD) 
CD) 




283.401 112.883 288,459 

12,283 7,253 21.056 
2,987 2,703 7,916 

681 (0) CO) 
5,878 1,863 7,207 

482 634 1,554 
2,155 775 1,557 

100 CO) CD) 

73,144 21,659 54,084 

CD) CO) 42 

CO) 4 83 

5,293 CO) 4,894 

38,318 5,975 11,720 

14.993 5.512 16.849 

10.719 7,246 20,496 

42,735 25,866 65,130 
14,223 6,534 20,462 
9,-86 2,830 9,944 
5,340 4,124 13,101 
8,724 10,954 9,439 
4,962 1,424 12,234 

19,064 6,817 16,277 
4,314 CO) 4,006 
2,180 390 3,53C 
2,298 170 5,30C 
7,934 2.703 2.952 
1,517 137 215 
740 252 
81 CO) 21 

69.114 28,398 64,041 

3,862 514 2,015 

1,125 1,165 3,456 

7,010 1,801 9,252 

6,687 5,158 5,141 

2,251 1,193 3,458 

6,051 1,579 2,375 

421 CO) CD) 

15,152 2,245 10,321 

13,083 3,087 8,385 

8,048 8,174 10,87/ 

3,030 2,047 4,432 

2,394 CD) CD) 

23,755 9,168 18,652 
2,969 453 1,314 
CO) CD) 395 
CD) CD) 1,697 

1 7,983 6,848 1 5,2-/ 

4,353 1,472 6.544 
2,490 1,059 1,734 
CD) CD) 96 
379 25 75 
1,054 182 4.30C 
CO) CD) 335 

37,891 11,563 41,592 

33,260 8,011 39,87! 

CD) 644 241 

(0) 171 862 

2,560 2.737 613 

60 CO) 211 

277 U>> 32 

711 CO) CO) 

CD) CD) (D) 

CD) CD) CD) 


2 9 7.707 

26,1 78 
6,723 
CD) 
9,446 
4,458 
1,118 
CD) 

66,795 
381 
34 
10,587 
10,315 
19,4 73 
26,005 

66,568 
11,917 
11,069 
12,619 
1 6,366 
14,597 

1 4,466 
CO) 

2,41 7 
6,345 
3,451 
389 
CO) 
CD) 

63,011 
CD) 
CD) 
10,639 
11,142 
2,129 
2,054 
1,216 
9,890 
7,181 
5,221 
4,21 1 
1,958 

1 9,1 93 

641 

492 

1,342 

16,718 

4,198 
2,120 

84 9 
CD) 
CO) 

137 

33,7-3 
27,262 

CD) 
(0) 
3,391 

CD) 

238 

2,379 

CD) 

8 


21 7,362 

11,307 

4,740 
306 

4,813 
420 
161 
867 

61,535 
206 

104 

2,872 
21,006 
2 5,696 
1 1,651 

27,417 
14,655 
1,276 
4.559 
4,761 
2,166 

7,299 
556 
1,577 
1 ,882 
1,977 

1.1 37 
106 

64 

43.352 
5,336 
8 70 
4,345 
6.510 
770 
2.4 52 
1.362 
3.591 
7,377 
3,870 
4,413 
2,456 

20,216 

463 

340 

4,735 

14,678 

2,795 

1,821 

195 

179 

567 

33 

40,659 

35,183 

291 

2,391 

2,794 

182 

789 

1.2 79 
190 

42 


304,380 

19,487 
4,269 
CD) 
6,525 
1,658 
547 
CD) 

?S,61B 

98- 

334 

9,081 

14,323 

35.737 

15,159 

48,032 

16,021 

5,142 

6,687 

4,401 

15,781 

14,691 
2,723 
1.535 
3,980 
5,784 
351 
CD) 
CD) 

97,276 
2,594 

CD) 

17,910 

16,086 
6,360 
7,131 
1,215 

16,601 
9,1 76 
3,557 

11,912 
CD) 

20,711 

1,905 

1,728 

3.028 

1 4,050 

1,112 
719 

CD) 
80 
190 

CD) 

21 ,385 

20,055 
CO) 
CD) 
920 

362 

3,966 
CD) 

ID 1 
CD) 


24,790 

713 

406 



292 

CD) 

CO) 



12.309 



82 

147 

278 

11.278 

524 

2,704 

1,810 

CO) 
201 
481 

CD) 

320 
CD) 
CD) 
96 
1 19 
CD) 


CD) 

3,986 

CO) 


667 
373 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

CO) 

CD) 

CD) 
25* 

CD) 

1,267 
332 
CD) 

CD) 
78 5 

216 

155 
CD) 



24 

CD) 

3,1 52 
2,818 
CO) 
CD) 
145 



CD) 

CD) 

C 



62,302 

8,141 

668 
149 

5.100 
2.126 
CD) 
CD) 

21.096 

<0) 

CD) 
957 

4,310 
1 1,327 

4,072 

6,582 

3,079 

486 

840 

1,179 

998 

2,914 

CO) 
237 

1,00 7 

895 

248 

19 

CO) 

11,995 
696 

CD) 

2,044 

4,628 
276 
802 
404 
500 

CD) 
9-5 
907 
12 

3.299 

202 

78 

167 

2.8 52 

1,377 

1,168 
CD) 
CD) 
125 
il 

6,213 

5,393 

1 7 

228 

575 

CD) 
309 
291 
53 

CD) 


19,748 

269 
32 
CD) 

78 
CD) 


CO) 

2,354 



118 

465 

CD) 
954 

CD) 

764 
290 

CD) 
278 
164 

(DJ 

1,127 
CO) 
CD) 
778 

CD) 
15 



4.62B 
40 
CO) 
1 .942 

965 
CD) 

209 
8 

155 
CD) 
CD) 

54 3 
CD) 

3.591 
1,464 
CD) 
CD) 
1 ,886 

1,523 
1 ,491 


CD) 
CD) 



4,951 

4,109 

103 

140 

599 

(0) 

518 



C D) 








8,116 














58 9 
2&2 


















855 








20,129 
















1, 79G 




CO) 




(0) 




2,703 




CD) 




95 9 




164 








1.235 




269 




(D) 




21 




31.937 




1.590 




26- 




CD) 




5.95 5 




(0) 




4,72 7 




(D) 




2,775 




2,619 




1.1 52 




CD) 




386 




23,1 15 




1,809 




1,366 




CD) 




CD) 




2,91 7 




2.07 7 




179 




147 




314 




200 




28,6*9 




22,414 




CD) 




CD) 




3,71 5 




1,137 




8,593 




CD) 


Other territories & offshore 


CD) 
158 







118 



NONtjAN* u-^- AFf UJAUi 



-Employment of Affiliates* State by Country of U80 
[Number of employees] 





All coun- 
tries 


Canada 


Eu rope 


Japan 


Aus t ra- 
il a. 
New Zea- 
land, 

and 

South 

Africa 


Latin 
Amer i c a 


Miodle 
East 


Other 
Africa, 

Asia, 

and 

Paci f ic 


Uni ted 
States 


Adden- 
dj a — 

o?EC 




Total 




Of 


yh i ch-- 








France 


Ger many 


Nether- 
lands 


Uni t ed 
Kingdom 


Switzer- 
land 






(1 ) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


C5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


C11) 


C12) 


C13) 


( 1 4) 


(1 5) 




3,033,932 

122,860 
34,948 
14,471 
47,901 
12,328 
6,914 
6,298 

466,323 

8,654 

2,284 

40,918 

120,530 

179,292 

1 14,645 

368,054 
11 2,434 
47,335 
65,275 
84,218 
58,792 

103,196 

19,559 

13,824 

30,874 

30,268 

5,169 

2,393 

1,109 

465,120 
22,698 
14,780 
65,923 
67,410 
23,203 
39.556 
9,542 
67,522 
54,239 
44,063 
37,206 
18,978 

176,979 

14,394 

7,095 

19,372 

136,1 18 

37,921 
19,935 

3,708 
1,798 
9,473 
3,007 

255,576 

219,636 

4,590 

10,229 

21 ,121 

8,326 

1 5,509 

9,290 

3,842 

936 


290,018 

1 9,754 
2,344 
6,775 
6,030 
2,602 
492 
1,51 1 

49,4 1 6 

496 

233 

9,014 

5,208 

21,456 

13,009 

58,963 
16,758 

5,724 
1 6,030 

9,016 
1 1 ,435 

31,076 

6,013 

1,668 

14,260 

6,597 

757 

1,312 

469 

62,040 
2,914 
1,520 
7,789 

10,358 
5,234 
4,893 
2,111 

1 1,127 
3,048 
3,951 
3,070 
6,025 

23,760 
3,081 
1,754 
2,698 

1 6,227 

8,969 
4,587 
743 
642 
1 ,568 
1,429 

32,941 

25,621 

916 

2,228 

4,1 76 

758 

745 

<D) 

CD) 

(D) 


1,477,099 

92,168 
31,724 
6,321 
35,938 
7,477 
6,259 
4,449 

363,895 

7,801 

1 ,799 

28,71 7 

101 ,239 

129,815 

94,524 

284,967 

82,941 
40,030 
44,71 6 
72,029 
4 5,251 

66,1 14 

12,295 

11 ,90 2 

15,694 

21,498 

3,326 

881 

51 8 

353,894 
16,773 
10,798 
49,269 
47,268 
16,26S 
29,780 
6,946 
53,785 
44,871 
36,099 
31,425 
10,61 5 

126,755 

7,849 

4,980 

15,041 

98.885 

24,31 1 
13,232 

2,180 
951 

7,015 
933 

155,373 

132,654 

2,325 

6,852 

13,542 

1 ,668 

1 ,498 

5,120 

999 

337 


206,359 

12,293 

4,369 
<D) 
1.951 
1 .596 
502 
(0) 

51 .663 

(0) 

(0) 

7.267 
11,408 
18,687 
12,925 

46,374 

6,885 

5..461 

10,104 

13,151 

10,773 

6,643 
735 
2,799 
1 ,699 
1,1 37 
(0) 

27 
<0) 

49,051 
3,444 
1 ,991 
9,816 
7,159 
1,079 
2,168 
880 
4.516 
8.929 
3.543 
4,511 
1,015 

14, 506 

670 

145 

1,584 

12,107 

4,34? 

2,845 

ID) 
298 
452 

(0) 

19,619 

14,790 

457 

1,869 

2,503 

(D) 

( D) 

1 ,385 
CD) 

( 0) 


375,865 

21,732 
5,755 
(0) 

10,311 
2,540 
1,31 3 
(0) 

91 ,275 

951 

191 

8.339 

26.759 

23,259 

31 ,776 

65.552 
17,012 
12,445 
13,237 
15,602 
7,256 

1 7,402 
2,647 
3,113 
3,770 
6,628 
(0) 
(D) 

36 

79,607 
2,848 
1 ,236 

I 1,957 
5,093 
5,133 
8,834 
1,726 

12,609 

II ,049 
4.635 
8.136 
3.346 

41 ,987 
4.393 
2.261 
5.502 

29.831 

5.402 

3.287 

82 

265 
1.457 

31 1 

51.588 

44,930 

91 5 

2,127 

3,616 

5 

(D) 

638 
CD) 

1 1 1 


186,688 

8,426 
<0) 

467 
2.234 

745 
(0) 

6 

26.987 
(0) 
(0) 
3,271 

9,558 

10,906 

2,917 

30,665 
10,985 
9.224 
2.408 
3.991 
4.057 

6.091 
1.341 

687 
1.313 
2.263 

294 
CO) 
CD) 

60.141 

1.300 

CD) 

2.945 

6.189 

<0) 

8.456 
764 

8.746 
10.349 
12.480 

2.080 

(0) 

24.935 
344 

(0) 

(D) 
21.836 

5,252 

1 ,003 
<D) 

(D) 
(D) 

ID ) 

23,565 

21,683 

24 

618 

1,240 

CD) 

84 

(D) 

CD) 

ID) 


428,237 

32,024 

13,507 

1 ,047 

13,787 

1,546 

2,003 

134 

110,132 

5,361 

524 

5,381 

22,397 

44,799 

31,670 

87,913 
24,971 
6,907 
13,520 
23,8 54 
18,661 

20,825 
5,395 
2,873 
5,761 
5,366 
1,038 
84 
308 

103,987 

6,318 

4,788 

14,356 

15,016 

5,982 

6,692 

2,020 

17,527 

10,317 

7,419 

1 1,500 

2,052 

25,653 
1,627 
1,904 
2,956 

19,166 

5,912 

4,1 14 

901 

V9 

646 

152 

37,772 

32,645 

672 

1,150 

3,305 

(D) 

•.8 7 
1 ,81 5 

205 

I D) 


154,813 

7,882 

1,946 
(D) 
1,822 
(D) 

934 
1.666 

51,4 57 
22 

1 78 

2,436 

21,076 

19,6 98 

8,047 

3-4,337 

1 3,387 

2,748 

2,908 

12,3 58 

2,936 

8,323 

1,595 

372 

2,583 

2,588 

1,137 

17 

31 

26,667 
1,970 

477 
4,146 
2,128 

463 
2,064 

871 
3, 101 
2,511 
5,758 
3,014 

1 64 

9,301 

636 

73 

1,355 

7,237 

1,505 
955 

<D) 

(0) 
163 
125 

1 4,1 35 

11,317 

1 18 

551 

2,149 

6 

97 

1,020 

CD) 

CD) 


115,258 

1,565 

144 
84 
761 
(D) 

46 
<D ) 

21 ,571 

6 

28 

1,290 

7.140 

10,905 

2,202 

13,470 

8,072 
1 ,006 
2,781 
1 ,325 
286 

2,355 
324 
136 
378 
729 

ID) 

( D) 

CD) 

17,552 

CD) 

(0) 

1 ,999 

5,004 
386 
361 
262 
829 

2,572 

1 ,564 
703 

(D) 

4,710 

332 

22 

229 

4,127 

(0) 
397 
39 

71 
41 
<D) 

38,219 
34,806 

(D) 

CD) 

2,642 

4,640 
9,034 
CD) 
1,007 
20 


29,231 

1.249 

(D) 

CD) 

(D) 

CD) 

CD) 

(D) 

6.533 

(D) 

CD) 

83 
(D) 

2.727 
61 3 

2,208 
451 

(D) 
280 
99 

<D) 

451 
(D) 
ID) 
<D) 
(D) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

4.887 

(0) 

(0) 

533 
1.91 8 
CD) 
<D) 


CD) 
CD) 
ID) 

355 
<D) 

5,541 
<D> 

98 
ID) 
2,697 

1,071 
818 
(D) 

(0) 
(D) 
<D) 

6,738 
5,901 
(0) 
ID) 
503 

(D) 

CD) 




CD) 


74,456 

4, 1 75 
564 
(D) 
1.572 

(D) 
CD) 
CD) 

1*,«1<. 

CD) 

CD) 

1 .274 

2.94U 

6.386 

3.639 

4,1 7\ 

1.689 

(D) 

1,155 

1,226 

CD) 

1 ,779 

ID) 
CD) 

46 
410 
CO) 
(D) 



21.255 

CD) 

CO) 

5,583 

1,281 

CO) 

3,705 

<0) 

316 
CD) 
1,709 
1,507 
(D) 

8,979 
819 
CD) 
(D) 
7.298 

1..452 
<D) 
CD) 
ID) 

133 
(D) 

16.245 
15.136 

(0) 
12 

(D) 

(D) 
CD) 

101 
CD) 

< 0) 


22.800 

iZ 
(D) 
CO) 

5 

u 



3.41U 
CO) 

21 
(0) 
10) 
2.751 
CO) 

3.U94 
1,774 
1 1 
CO) 

ID) 
10) 

236 

(0) 
CD) 

53 
(0) 
CO) 



3,995 
CO) 
10) 
ID) 

< D) 
(0) 

715 
CD) 

643 
CD) 

I D) 
<D) 
I 0) 

6,407 
CO) 
ID) 
CD) 
6,1 24 

(D) 
38 

ID) 
ID) 
ID) 

l) 

2,735 

2,574 

ID) 

(D) 

CD) 





CD) 

b 




1 1,961 

637 

1U5 
CD) 
CD) 

10) 
(0) 



2,143 


(0) 
CD) 

( D) 

ci» 

30 

588 
(D) 
5 

CD) 

69 
(0) 

1,037 

CD) 

(O) 

7 
935 
(0) 
CD) 
CD) 

7iv 


(0) 
352 
245 

CD) 

(D) 

(D) 

CD) 

8 

CD) 

(D) 

ID) 

23 5 


CO) 
(D) 
CD) 

501 
(O) 
CD) 

(0) 
ID) 



1.438 
(D) 

(0) 
(D) 
iv> 

(0) 

3,528 



ID) 




13, 109 

3,280 
(0) 
CD) 
1 ,997 

< D) 


(0) 

4,941 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 

195 
(0) 
CD) 

593 
CD) 

( DJ 
CD) 

l ) 

(0) 

148 

( 0) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
(0) 

u 

758 
CD) 
CD) 
I D) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

< D) 
(0) 
I D) 

592 
CO) 
CD) 
CD) 

< D) 

240 
<0) 
ID) 

U 
10) 
CD) 

1,887 
CO) 
(D) 
CD) 

( D) 

CD) 
CD) 

572 
CD) 

U 










(0) 
























(0 ) 








(0) 

{D ) 









(D ) 








382 




225 




(0 ) 




CD) 




ID ) 








21 7 

















36 

















4,25 9 












1, 2 73 




(0 ) 












(0) 




402 





















4, 533 




(0 ) 












4, 29 7 




1 75 

CD) 









(0 ) 




(D ) 













2, 026 








CD ) 








u 










Other territories S offshore 










in 



NOHBAUK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table F-9. --Employment of Affiliates* State by Industry of UBO 

CNuttber of employees; 



Tota I 



New England .... 

Connecticut .. 
Maine ........ 

Massachusetts 
New Hampsh ire 
Rhode Island • 
V e rmont ...... 



Mi deas t 

Delaware ............ 

District of Columbia 
Maryland ............ 

New Jersey .......... 

New York ............ 

Pennsylvania ........ 



Great Lakes 
Illinois . 
I n di ana . . 
M i ch i ga n . 

Ohio 

Wise ons i n 



Al I 
i ndus- 
tries 



Govern- 
ment 



(2) 



Individ- 
uals* 

estates^ 

and 

trusts 



Petro- 
leum 



A g r i - 
:ul ture 



Mining 



C on- 

s truc- 

t i on 



Manu f ac- 
luring 



(8) 



Trans- 
porta- 
1 1 on* 
commu- 
nica- 
tion* 
and 
public 
utili- 
ties 



whole- 
sale and 
retail 
trade 



San king 



Ho Idi n g 

coapa- 

n i es 



2*033*932 56*072 318*064 103*,924 



122*B60 
34.948 
14,471 
47*901 
12*328 
6*91 4 
6*298 

466*323 

8*654 

2*284 

40*918 

120*530 

1 79*292 

1 14*645 

368*0 54 
112*434 
47,335 
65*275 
84*218 
58*792 



2*779 
396 
<D> 
( 0) 
CD) 
ID) 
( D) 

15*468 
(D) 
(0) 
( D) 
2,195 
1 ,497 
<D) 



1*038 
(0) 
CD) 
( D) 
CD) 



1 9,1 39 
3,939 

644 
9,972 
2,271 

630 
1,683 

58,861 

4 32 

397 

5,4 48 

1 1,0 84 

28,329 

13,1 71 



26,13 5 41 ,6 54 

1 7,012 
5,600 
3*399 
8*5 02 
7*1 41 



1*096 
162 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
CDJ 
CD) 

7*191 
(0) 

1 14 
(0) 
1*992 
1*531 
(D) 



5*715 42*862 35*965 861*017 53*604 175,26) 14,310 247,821 



( D) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
(0) 



CD) 

< D) 



28«250 751 

<D) (D> 
2*007 159 

3*685 (0) 

(D) ID) 

521 (D) 



3*056 
468 
(D) 
1*305 
CD) 
CD) 
(D) 



(D) 


CD) 

(D) 

1*980 
1*914 



831 
286 

<D) 

1*212 

(0) 



1*670 
636 

(D) 
369 

(0) 

(0 ) 

CD) 



53,079 
19,830 
3*259 
20*167 
4*773 
4*020 
1*030 



5*570 

(0) 

( D> 

2*014 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 



<D> 
(D) 

324 
1*281 
1*025 

523 



5*203 
539 
1 5*348 
67*823 
74*050 
61*119 



5,618 5,130 182,589 



1*788 
CD) 

234 
2*21 3 
(D) 



53*592 
26*780 
33*358 
35*757 
33*102 



CD) 

9 

(0) 

2*866 

5*426 



5*747 
2*633 
(D) 
979 

CD) 

( D) 



1*228 
2*086 
4*820 
2*649 
99S 
<D) 
CDJ 



7*440 3*697 224,082 9,829 46*391 



CD) 
(D) 
6*333 
9*481 
18*277 



1*078 11*587 



968 
CD) 
(0) 

167 
(0) 
CD) 
CD) 

3.327 

CD) 
CDJ 

58 
3*116 

99 



23*758 1*78 

10,117 (D) 

4*296 CD) 

5*976 CDJ 

1*509 CD) 

1*860 CD) 



16.578 
3*545 
3*725 
3,54 2 
2,419 
CD) 
CDJ 

52.770 

CD) 
97 

CDJ 
13.122 
21*94 9 

9*024 

33*403 

1 1*898 
4,121 
4*289 

11*094 
2*001 



Other 

fi nance 

and 

i nsur- 

anc e 



CI 3) 

60*272 



Real 
estate 



6.209 
792 
86 
4.794 
CD) 
CD) 
CDJ 

21*886 

29 

88 

1*330 

4,998 

11*403 

4*038 

6*978 
2*867 

363 
1*050 
2*404 

294 



C14) 

14*219 

CD) 



48 



CD) 



78 




1*088 

81 
CD) 
CD) 

594 
CD) 

618 

349 



CD) 

CD) 

CD) 



Serv- 
ices 



1,0 66 
341 

CD) 
523 

CD) 
CD) 



14*032 

CD) 

ID) 
4 66 

1.7 5 6 
10*074 

1.5 06 

5*639 
1*978 
CO) 
CD) 

1,2 63 
205 



Plains 

Iowa ........ 

Kansas ...... 

M i nn eso t a 
Miss our i 
Nebraska .... 

North Dakota 
South Dakota 



103*196 

19*559 

13,824 

30*874 

30*268 

5,1 69 

2*393 

1*109 



764 

3 

(D) 
537 
96 
( D) 
(D) 





1 4*803 

2,855 

1,948 

2,993 

5*0 26 

987 

802 

192 



3*526 
806 
869 

(D) 
563 
34 2 
572 

(D) 



272 
CD) 

( D) 
( D ) 
(D) 
CD) 
(D) 
CD) 



2*471 

(0) 

<D> 

328 
1*563 

238 
<D) 
15 



1*879 
CD) 
(D) 
771 
704 

CD) 





48*472 
11,178 

7*310 
1 5*754 
11 *443 

2,171 

260 
356 



4,148 
30 

(D) 

(D) 
78 

CD) 

( D) 

CD) 



10,345 
749 
1 *457 
< D) 

4*iai 

189 
54 
(D) 



110 
CD) 
CD) 

46 
CD) 



CD) 



10*407 

2*823 

1.262 

1.069 

«*281 

769 

189 

14 



2*977 

CD) 

CD) 

890 
1.094 

277 
17 
CDJ 



810 

CD) 

655 

CDJ 

15 







2*212 

CDJ 

6 
1*043 
1*1 16 
CD) 


CD) 



Southeast ....... 

A I ab ama ....... 

Arkansas ...... 

Florida ....... 

Georgia ....... 

Kentucky ...... 

Louisiana ..... 

Mississippi ... 
North Carolina 
South Carolina 
Tennessee ..... 

Virginia ...... 

West Virginia . 



Sou t hwest . . . 
Ariz ona 
New Mex i co 
k la homa . . 
Texas ..... 



465*120 
22*695 
14*780 
65*923 
67*410 
23*203 
39*556 
9,542 
67,522 
54,239 
44*063 
37,206 
18*978 

176*979 

14*394 

7,095 

1 9,372 

136*1 18 



4,027 
( D) 
<D) 

197 
1 ,523 
(D) 
( D) 

4 

194 
CD) 
28 

268 
<D) 

3.756 
23 
(D) 
(D) 
3*656 



65*328 
4,187 
1,310 

18*509 
6,592 
1*479 
7*439 
1*2 58 

1 1*339 

5*934 

3,318 

3,224 

739 

43,394 
4,375 
2,1 36 
4*739 

32*144 



17*910 
504 
173 
4 
433 

2*569 

CD) 
583 
566 

(D) 

1 ,1 51 
678 

CD) 

25*870 

CD) 

<D) 

2*581 
20,953 



1,063 

CD) 

(D) 

127 
(D) 
( D) 
( D) 
(D ) 
(D) 

a 

5 
(D) 



783 





783 



14,503 
(D) 
(D) 

492 
2,630 
(D) 

133 
CD) 
CD) 
(D) 
3,134 

823 
CD) 

5,959 
<D) 

146 
(D) 

2*044 



10*133 

CD) 



2,930 
389 

<D) 

2*611 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 
767 
790 

(D) 

8*097 

(0) 

CD) 

(D) 

6.855 



194,429 
1 1,412 

7*720 
20*570 
24*387 
10*643 

9*329 

3*934 
26*693 
27*352 
28*324 
1 5*627 

8,438 

43*405 
2*396 
1*020 
4*340 

35*649 



13*576 
33 
CD) 
2,213 
2*315 
CD) 
1*320 
CD) 
< D) 
CDJ 
CD) 

478 
C D) 

3*014 
94 
CD) 
CD) 
2,82 5 



51*154 
1*399 
CD) 
4,713 
8*556 
1*829 
5*656 
1*151 
6*524 
8*167 
3*171 
4*977 
(D) 

9*401 
185 
CD) 
(D) 
4,907 



6*689 

(D) 

•D) 

(D) 

CDJ 

CDJ 

(DJ 

COJ 

CDJ 

( DJ 

CDJ 

id; 

CDJ 



401 



COJ 
CDJ 
CD) 
CDJ 



68*557 

3,567 

867 

11*698 

15,144 
2.164 
3*968 
1*458 

12,446 

7*698 

2*308 

6*900 

139 

21.751 

1.364 

503 

1*592 

18*292 



10*354 

COJ 
42 

CDJ 

1*498 
994 
586 
203 
370 
64 4 
636 

1.843 

CDJ 

3*065 
CDJ 
48 
161 
CDJ 



2*085 
CD) 


939 
531 
CO) 
CDJ 
COJ 

1 04 
CDJ 



218 



3*008 

1,440 

COJ 

CDJ 

1.304 



5,312 
86 
ID) 
1.1 I 1 

1,135 

CO) 

201 
CD) 
CO) 
CD) 

69 
CO) 
CD) 

5,3 73 
683 
CD) 
CO) 

4*0 64 



Rocky Moun tains 
Color ado ..... 

Idaho 

Mont ana ...... 

Utah 

Wyoming ...... 



far Ue st 
tali forma 
Nevada 
Oregon .... 
wash ing t on 



Alaska 

Hawaii 

Puerto Rico ................ 

Other territories & offshore 
Foreign 



37,921 
19,935 
3,708 
1 ,798 
9,473 
3,007 

255,576 

219,636 

4,590 

10,229 

21,121 

8,326 

15,509 

9,290 

3,842 

936 



484 
407 

( D) 



CD) 

CDJ 

2,620 
2,252 
(D) 

243 
(D) 

CD) 

CD) 

(0) 



6,380 
4,420 
8 96 
398 
4 09 
257 

57,334 

48,365 

2*037 

2*761 

4.1 71 

527 

6*660 

3*301 

663 

20 



4,935 
2,558 
(D) 
CD) 

550 
1,052 

12, 51 1 
11,31 5 

(D) 

CD) 
721 

<D> 

CD) 

628 

(0) 
(D) 



CD) 

CDJ 

(D) 





2,188 
<D) 


(D) 
CDJ 



1,530 
525 

(D) 
205 
573 

(D) 

2,1 5? 
1,491 
<D) 
(D) 
437 

ID) 



963 
548 

CD) 
CO) 
CD) 
CD) 

4,026 

2,531 

(0) 

CD) 

1*297 

CDJ 

CD) 
ID) 
CD) 
CD) 



1 2*988 
5*468 
1*260 

175 
5,914 

171 

94*304 

81*784 

612 

3*130 

8*778 

3*222 

1*108 

2*300 

862 

177 



62* 
150 

C D) 
20 

CD) 

I D) 

8,692 
7*704 
(D) 
CD) 
434 

CO) 

606 

< D) 
109 
39 



1*437 
743 

CD) 
102 
481 

(D) 

1 5,551 
13,777 

CD) 
CD) 
1 ,091 

574 

4*009 
a32 
CD) 
CD) 



378 
(D) 
CDJ 


CD) 
(D) 

613 
CDJ 


CDJ 
CDJ 



CD) 
CDJ 



5*115 

2,027 

743 

363 

705 

1*275 

34*383 

30*487 

766 

1*533 

1*597 

1.735 

CDJ 

CDJ 

CDJ 

CD) 



797 
648 
8 
COJ 

93 
CDJ 

7,624 
6,752 
CO) 
CDJ 
S21 

CDJ 

252 

65 

ID) 
CDJ 



CDJ 
866 

COJ 


CDJ 

4 * 64 6 

3,962 
CO) 
COJ 
515 


256 


652 





1,2 53 

1.1 81 
CO) 


CD) 



8*927 

7.2 63 
CD) 
CD) 

912 

CD) 

624 
CD) 
CD) 
17 



120 



Table F-1 0„--Numbe r of Affiliates kith Employment* State by Size Class 



NONBANk U.S. AFFILIATES 



Affiliates with 

employment , 

total 



Size classes based on employment 



1 - 5 
employees 



6-10 
employees 



11 - 1 00 
employees 



101 - 1000 
employees 



Over 1000 
empl oy ees 



(1 ) 

4,419 



u > 

1,752 



(5) 

1,136 



Total 1/ 



New England 

Connecticut .. 
Maine ........ 

Massachusetts 
New Hampsh ire 
Rhode Island • 
V e rmont ...... 



Mi deas t 

Delaware ............ 

District of Columbia 
Maryland ............ 

New Jersey .......... 

New York 

Pennsylvania ........ 



Gre a t Lakes 
I I I i noi s • • • . 
I n di ana 
M i ch i gan .... 

Ohio 

Wise ons in . . . 

Pla i ns 

Iowa ........ 

Kansas ...... 

Minnesota ... 
Missouri .... 
Nebraska .... 
North Dakota 
South Dakota 



Southeast 

Alabama ....... 

Arkansas ...... 

Florida ....... 

Georgia ....... 

Kentucky ...... 

Louisiana ..... 

Mississippi ... 
lorth Carolina 
South Carolina 
Tennessee ..... 

Virginia ...... 

We st Virginia . 

Sou thwest 

Ariz ona ....... 

New Men i co 

k la noma ...... 

Texas ......... 



Roc k y Moun tains 
Color ado 
I daho ........ 

Mont ana ...... 

U t ah 

W/Oming ...... 



Far West 

California 
Nevada .... 
r eg on 
U a sh i ng t on 



Alaska 



Hawaii 



Puerto Rico ................ 

Other territories S offshore 
Foreign .................... 



417 
132 
543 
189 
136 
82 



1 08 
127 
421 
877 
1,507 
672 



1,022 
370 
540 
631 
342 



199 
2 54 
407 
J98 
158 
83 
68 



275 

1 80 
738 
738 
270 
367 
193 
455 
290 
3 56 
455 
147 



.'94 

136 

245 

1,093 



457 
103 
106 
187 
67 



1,505 
1 1 1 
299 

Si)4 

75 

173 

87 

4 9 
37 



190 


74 


255 


116 


73 


47 


67 


80 


174 


259 


416 


275 


390 


1 77 


23 5 


288 


158 


100 


150 


219 


202 


93 


47 


46 


14 5 


94 


345 


336 


133 


167 


89 


196 


135 


166 


203 


70 


1 54 


70 


124 


444 


221 


62 


61 


105 


27 


467 


47 


158 


251 


28 


64 


22 


1 1 


21 



',9 
1 1 
50 
12 
13 



13 

16 
50 
82 
209 
62 



137 
28 

55 
56 

25 



25 
22 

54 
43 
17 

9 

B 



24 
20 
74 
85 
29 
38 
17 
44 
21 
30 
42 

1 4 



35 

15 

23 

127 



61 
11 
13 
21 
12 



190 
1 5 
31 
59 

6 

15 

10 

6 

6 



1 20 

29 

1 53 

(4 

36 
12 



16 
27 

1 30 

34 ! 
603 

1 74 



357 

1 06 

1 61 

1 86 

93 



37 

55 
104 
94 
36 
22 
11 



65 
43 

21 1 

208 
63 
99 
58 

1 27 
62 
97 

137 
31 



77 

33 

62 

323 



1 25 
22 
28 
45 
21 



534 

40 

88 
149 

21 

65 

5 8 

21 

9 



59 
13 
79 
24 
14 
14 



10 
4 

57 
167 
247 
125 



109 
45 
77 

85 
54 



32 
25 

41 

54 

12 

5 

3 



38 

1 • 
96 

42 
55 
29 
70 
61 
57 
69 
27 



25 

17 

33 

1 74 



48 
8 
4 

14 
7 



266 

9 

21 

44 

1 > 
26 
15 

11 

1 



2 

J 
10 
22 

32 

,'6 



29 

14 
12 
16 
12 



5 

4 
12 
16 

3 

8 


1 8 
11 

6 

4 

3 



3 

1 

3 

25 



48 

u 
1 
1 

1 

3 

2 


J 



121 



Table F-1 1 • — Numbe f of Affiliates Uith Employment* State by Country of UBO 



HONBAHK U.S. AFFILIATES 





AIL coun- 
tries 


Canada 


Europe 


J apan 


Austra- 
lia, 
New Zea- 
land, 
and 
South 
Africa 


Latin 
America 


Middle 
East 


Other 

Af n c a , 

Asia, 

and 
pjti f ic 


unt tea 
St ates 


Adden- 




Total 




Of 


which — 






du«-- 
0P£C 




France 


Germany 


Nether- 
lands 


United 
Kingdom 


Switzer- 
land 






(1 ) 


<2> 


( 3) 


(4 ) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(13) 


(11) 


(12) 


<13) 


(14) 


<1 5) 


Tot il 1 / 


4 ,41 9 
4 1 7 

132 

',4 i 

189 
136 

<:,' 

108 
127 
421 
877 
1 ,507 
672 

1 ,022 
370 
540 
631 

U,' 

199 
254 
407 
398 
158 
83 

6» 

275 
180 
738 
738 

270 

>,.,.' 
19', 
455 
290 
356 
455 
147 

294 
136 

245 
1 ,093 

457 
103 
106 
187 
67 

1 ,505 
1 1 1 
299 
504 

75 

173 

87 

49 

37 


703 

48 
33 

/■• 
VI 
17 
21 

19 
22 
65 
81 
1 6 3 
92 

1 18 
55 
1 ' 
89 
58 

35 
37 
85 

61 

v. 
'■', 
21 

43 

23 

122 

V6 
•■ ' 
53 
36 

V, 

<,t, 
51 
■•<■ 
30 

79 

28 

48 

164 

112 
21 
33 
33 

17 

167 
25 
55 

121 

15 

23 

15 

6 

3 


2,429 

31 9 
79 
373 
125 
102 
51 

76 

79 
273 

6 a a 

956 
478 

643 
255 
353 
433 
233 

136 

1 73 

253 

255 

95 

40 

38 

192 
128 

42 5 

481 
1 90 
249 

1 J 4 

322 
208 
248 
327 
100 

1 54 

86 

157 

640 

268 
67 
53 

l l 8 
42 

774 

67 

1 74 

254 

29 

54 
60 
1 4 
27 


304 

29 
8 
40 
16 
10 
ft 

9 
11 

30 

76 

128 

50 

67 
26 
40 
42 
22 

12 

18 

29 

22 

9 

7 

5 

15 
22 
55 
45 
16 
27 
1 5 
30 
21 
24 
47 
13 

21 

8 

21 

85 

39 

1 3 

9 

1 1 
6 

90 
12 
19 
28 

3 

9 

8 

1 
2 


606 

62 
1 7 
83 

34 

22 

16 

13 
1 4 
51 

1 49 
l 80 
1 16 

165 
67 
82 

1 1 5 
58 

32 

4 1 

66 
56 
14 

7 
6 

53 
27 
9 ! 
1 1 1 
53 
47 
24 
87 
53 
55 
71 
22 

31 

20 

32 

127 

55 

1 4 

1 4 

20 
8 

1 66 
1 1 
32 
54 

3 

9 

1 4 

5 

13 


187 

1 ? 
7 

25 
8 
8 
4 

4 

7 
17 

40 

51 
27 

5 4 
21 
24 
27 

16 

12 

1 1 

13 

1 9 

7 

5 

3 

1 3 
10 
35 
38 
15 

1 7 

8 
21 
19 
19 
25 

8 

13 
7 

1 3 
51 

21 
5 
5 

1 1 
3 

58 

4 

12 

1 4 

3 

6 
3 

1 
1 


52 5 

90 
25 

1 3 9 
37 

34 

8 

34 
24 

84 
1 62 
248 
136 

180 

72 

1 06 

1 25 

65 

39 
52 
69 

85 
3? 
10 
13 

59 
37 

1 20 
1 39 
58 
80 
47 
79 

54 

79 
88 
29 

44 

32 

47 

1 81 

78 

20 
12 
37 

1 3 

226 
24 

52 

B0 

14 

18 

1 8 

3 

9 


314 

53 

9 

53 

16 

15 
9 

8 

1 1 
35 
75 
150 
63 

77 
35 

4 9 
52 

34 

20 
20 
34 
33 

] 4 

5 
6 

23 

1 3 
51 
69 
28 
33 
20 
46 
3 8 
34 
39 
12 

21 
9 

2 5 
80 

33 
8 
6 

17 
6 

93 

8 

22 

5; 

4 

9 

13 

1 
1 


661 

31 
1 1 
68 
26 

1 1 

4 

6 
12 
52 

1 36 
230 

6 3 

193 
38 
77 
71 

3o 

19 
33 

45 

49 

20 

2 

6 

23 
20 
65 
99 
22 
37 

1 4 

45 
30 
37 
45 
7 

34 
10 
26 

1 4c 

44 

7 

1 1 

20 

1 

3 8.' 

3 

50 

97 

21 

77 

3 
17 

4 


67 

1 
2 
7 
1 
2 
1 

2 
1 
6 

8 
20 

13 

1 4 

6 

8 

10 

6 

1 
1 
5 
3 
2 
1 
2 

5 
2 

1 2 
18 
4 
5 

8 
2 
8 
6 
2 

3 

3 

4 

22 

12 
2 
3 
2 
2 

32 
2 
8 

12 

3 



3 
2 


287 

9 

4 

12 

4 

3 

4 

3 
7 

1 3 
21 
59 
16 

14 

7 

1 1 

12 

4 

4 

4 
9 

12 
1 
1 

3 

8 

3 
86 
25 

8 
13 

4 
12 

7 

6 
16 

4 

1 5 
4 
4 

77 

13 
2 
3 
4 
3 

50 

4 
11 

4 

4 

3 

1 

1 


98 

2 
1 
4 




1 
I 
5 
3 
24 
3 

9 

4 
3 
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3 

G 
2 
4 
9 
2 
1 


2 
2 

12 
10 

3 
7 
1 
7 
2 
5 
5 
1 

6 

2 

3 

27 

4 
1 
1 



3. 
6 

3 

1 



2 






140 

4 
1 
3 
2 
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1 

2 

15 

47 
6 

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3 
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6 
1 

2 
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3 
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1 
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1 


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2 

4 

2 
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1 



1 

2 

16 

2 
2 
2 
3 
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59 
1 
2 

4 

2 


10 




34 

3 
1 

4 
1 


1 

1 

2 
5 

5 
8 

4 

4 
2 
6 
2 
1 

2 
2 
3 

4 
2 
2 


2 
1 

5 

4 
1 

2 

2 
3 
1 
1 
3 
2 

1 

2 
1 
5 

2 

1 


3 

2 

11 
3 

3 
4 

1 

3 
4 
1 






New England 
























Mideast 







2 
3 









1 1 




1 


Great Lakes 


4 




2 




1 








1 


PL a i ns 







1 




3 




6 




2 




1 







Sou t heast 


2 




2 




33 




6 




2 




3 




1 




8 




2 




3 




2 







Sou thwest 


2 




2 




2 




16 


Rocky Moun tains 


3 









2 




2 







Far We s t 


21 




3 




3 




1 














2 


Other territories s offshore 











122 



nonbank u.s. Aft iLiAres 



Table f-12. --Affiliates* Employees Cowered by Collective Bargaining Agreements* 

Affiliate by Country of UBO 



Industry of 



[Nunber of employees] 





All coun- 
tries 


Canada 


Eur ope 


Japan 


Austra- 
lia, 
New Zea- 
land, 

and 

South 

Africa 


Latin 
Aae r i c a 


Kiddle 
Eas t 


Other 
At r i CAt 

Asia, 

ana 

Pac iiic 


Uni tea 
States 


Add e/ 
dun 
OPE 


1 — 




Total 


Of uhi ch-- 








f ranc e 


Germany 


Nether- 
lands 


Uni t ed 
Kingdom 


Su i tzer- 
lan J 






(1 J 


(2) 


(3) 


(4J 


<5J 


(6J 


(7J 


(8) 


(9J 


(10J 


(11) 


(12 J 


(133 


( 1 4 J 


(1 53 




595,296 
1 0,075 
23,352 

343,304 

47,646 

54,103 
29,205 

1,921 

7,578 

(0J 

(DJ 

43*932 

30,614 
1 3,368 

78,393 
36,926 
41 ,467 

119,180 

4,393 

2,825 

23,852 

10,806 

9,060 

22,863 

34,149 

5,91 1 

5,321 

39,866 
7,884 
7,596 
9,648 
(DJ 
(DJ 

1 10,873 
<0J 
(DJ 



(DJ 

1,054 

(0J 
1,628 


20,31 1 
20,998 

(DJ 
23,408 


92,947 

4,300 

1,243 

53,296 

10,311 

708 

(0) 


3 

(DJ 

(0) 

8,648 
6,415 
2,233 

14,625 
(DJ 

(D) 

19,304 

(0) 

(0) 

(DJ 

8,357 

(DJ 

4,862 



(D) 

5,542 


(DJ 
(DJ 


2,676 

(D) 

(DJ 
466 





771 

<D) 
(DJ 



1,369 

15,001 

(DJ 

747 


444,357 
3,948 

21 ,4 56 
260,094 

33,064 

52,367 
(DJ 
(0) 
7,075 
(DJ 
(D) 

29,838 

20,391 

9,44 7 

52,900 
25,230 
27,670 

91,925 

3,393 

( D) 
19,572 

(DJ 

7,385 
17,173 
34,149 

5,302 

( DJ 

27,265 
( DJ 
3,123 
6,01 2 
( DJ 
4,231 

98,149 
(DJ 

(DJ 


(D) 

1 54 

(DJ 

(DJ 



16,967 

775 

(DJ 

1 5,31 6 


98,008 
658 
(DJ 

65,510 
364 

8,163 

(DJ 




(D) 
<DJ 

8,930 
(DJ 
CD J 

1,509 

(D) 

(DJ 

46,544 

(DJ 



(D) 




(DJ 

( 0) 

(DJ 

(DJ 

(D) 
(0) 
(0J 
(0J 
(DJ 
88 

( D) 
(DJ 







(D) 

1,434 



997 
(DJ 

<D> 
(DJ 


1 16,368 

(DJ 

(0) 

1.7,91.7 

196 

16,547 
7,1 24 
(OJ 
(OJ 

(0) 
(OJ 

5,238 

(DJ 

(DJ 

5,929 

(OJ 

(DJ 

19,037 
368 
(OJ 
(D) 


2,057 
2,783 
(OJ 
(DJ 
1 ,095 

7,743 

(DJ 
(D) 
845 

(DJ 

(DJ 
(0) 

<D) 



(0) 

( DJ 




(OJ 




(DJ 


45,782 

<D> 
(DJ 
34,925 
1 ,741 

<D> 

(DJ 

□ 

(D) 




(DJ 

(DJ 



(0) 
(DJ 
(OJ 

(DJ 





3 

(DJ 


(DJ 
3 


662 



(DJ 




(DJ 

(DJ 


(DJ 





(DJ 

431 




(OJ 
163 


(OJ 


11 1,642 

(OJ 

( 0) 

65,219 

23,062 

12,026 
9,966 
(DJ 
242 


(0> 

4,457 

(OJ 

(DJ 

10,959 
9,874 
1 ,085 

14,715 
1,575 

(DJ 
(OJ 

2,995 
2,1 34 
(DJ 
(0) 
1 ,1 63 

9,536 
486 
(DJ 
(03 
(OJ 
3,531 

(OJ 
(OJ 

(DJ 


(DJ 
77 

5,073 




(DJ 

( D) 



(DJ 


26,864 

(OJ 

(DJ 
22,758 

6,530 

3,175 
(0) 
(DJ 
91 1 

(OJ 

(03 

(D) 
(DJ 

3,278 

(OJ 

(DJ 

(DJ 

(DJ 







(DJ 

612 



(OJ 

2 59 

(OJ 



(DJ 

(OJ 

(DJ 

(D) 
(DJ 
(D3 





59 

2,018 

(OJ 


1,871 



(OJ 


23,351 



10,434 
2,098 

(OJ 


(OJ 


(0) 



(OJ 

( d; 

(DJ 

2,549 
(D) 

( ) 

(0) 
(03 
(DJ 

(OJ 


(OJ 
(D) 


(DJ 



2,882 
888 
155 

(DJ 

(DJ 
1 76 

76 
(DJ 
(DJ 




(0) 

(DJ 
(OJ 


(OJ 
(DJ 
(OJ 
5,541 


9,987 
(DJ 


3,910 
(OJ 






u 


977 
(OJ 

ID ) 

(D) 
(DJ 



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(0) 



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(DJ 

(DJ 

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(OJ 




(OJ 


(DJ 







9 1 8 



(D > 

(DJ 



(D) 


14,1 24 


(DJ 
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(03 

(D) 



(OJ 

(DJ 




941 
(OJ 
(DJ 

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(DJ 
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(DJ 






a 




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132 


(D J 
(0) 





1 ,61 5 



1,615 


68 

(0) 

u 



(OJ 


536 


6,426 

( D ) 


3,496 
(DJ 

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(0) 




(DJ 
(DJ 
(DJ 

(DJ 

(DJ 



(DJ 



(D) 









u 














28 

(D) 




(DJ 




(D) 


3,274 




(OJ 

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(DJ 




(OJ 




(OJ 


(OJ 





(OJ 



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(0) 




D 

123 

(DJ 


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n 


Soap, cleaners, S toiletries 


u 


Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 







Machinery, except electrical 
Electric & electronic equip. 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products & apparel • 







n 


Paper & allied products .... 

Rubber & plastics products . 
Stone, clay 8 glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments & related prods. 







u 

n 




n 


Motor vehicles & equipment ... 


U 






farm-product raw materials ... 






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n 














Communication S pub. utilities 










123 



NOWBANIC U.S. AFFILIATES 



-13. — Employee Compensation of Affiliates* Industry of 
[Millions of dollars] 



Affiliate by Country of UBO 



All coun- 
tries 



Canada 



Europe 



Of which-- 



Gernan/ 



Nether- 
lands 



Un i t ed 
K i ngdom 



Switzer- 
land 



Aus t ra- 
ti a* 

New Zea- 
land* 

and 

South 

Africa 



Lat in 
Aaie r i c a 



Middle 
East 



Other 

Air i ca # 

Asia* 

and 
fill fie 



Uni ted 
States 



Adden- 
dum — 
OPEC 



All industries 
Mining .............. 

Petroleum 



Manufacturing ............ 

Food & kindred products 



Chemicals S allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs 

Soap* cleaners* & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 
Cther 



(1 ) 

40*047 
704 

2*764 
22*798 

1*952 

6*010 

2*900 
737 
768 

( 0) 

CD) 



(2) 

5,997 
353 
225 

3*298 

461 

90 



CD) 







(0) 



56 

7 



(3) 
28*958 
2 85 

2*405 
1 7*431 

1*339 

5*767 

2*868 
6 36 
724 

<D> 

(D) 



(4) 

4,697 
40 
80 

3*051 

24 

360 
132 
(D) 
1 

< D) 
(0) 



Wholesale trade ........ .. 

lotor vehicles & equipment 
Petals s minerals ......... 

Other durable goods ....... 

Farm-product raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade 

Food strs.*eat. £ drink. places 
Retail trade* nee ............ 



Finance* except banking 
Insurance .............. 



Real estate 



Other industries ..... 

Agriculture ........ 

Forestry s fishing . 
Construction ....... 

Transportation ..... 

Communication 6 pub. 
Services 



utilities 



4 *606 
986 
792 

1*763 
51 9 
545 

3*751 
2*449 
1.301 

1 .1 55 

371 

3*055 

136 

1 

943 

763 

39 

1 *172 



273 

( •) 

(0) 
104 
1 
(0) 

396 

370 

26 

(D) 

130 

285 

CD) 
(D) 

( • ) 

42 
485 

12 
135 



2*740 
726 
314 
936 
4 35 
328 

3*087 
2,064 
1 ,022 

362 

845 

46 

1*757 

55 

1 

816 

( D) 

<D> 

726 



604 

(D) 
1 7 
47 

(D> 
27 

(D) 
(0) 



245 

2 
(•) 

1 28 
7 
5 

102 



<5) 

7,039 

(D) 

36 
4,632 

IS 

2,507 
1*169 
22 
CD) 
<D) 
(D> 



743 
359 

84 

199 

2 

99 



(0) 

<D ) 
28 

10 

55 

3 

(D) 

10 

(») 

31 8 

39 



<D) 



C6) 
4,293 
(0) 
CD) 

2,169 

4! 

CD) 
CD) 



Primary 5 fabricated metals .. 2*607 533 1*839 557 290 <D) 

Primary metal industries ... 1*869 407 1*290 550 98 <D) 

Fabricated metal products .. 738 96 549 8 192 5 

Machinery 5*931 1*078 3*842 115 656 1,156 

Machinery* except electrical 2*658 428 1*985 (D) 385 (D) 

Electric A. electronic equip. 3*273 650 1*857 (0) 271 ( DJ 

Other manufacturing 6*298 1*165 4*643 1,994 1*161 86 

Textile products S apparel . 395 47 257 5 35 

Lumber i furniture 129 22 45 2 30 1 

Paper 8 allied products 836 (DJ 622 ID) 5 

Printing s publishing 777 494 202 3 70 (D) 

Rubber S plastics products . 428 54 343 1 119 57 

Stone, clay S glass products 1.062 322 708 (D) (D) 1 

Transportation equipment ... 1*871 10 1*850 (D) (D) 1 

Instruments S related prods. 433 (D) 353 20 128 <D) 

Other 368 <D) 264 58 46 (*) 



(0) 
(D) 
22 
3 

1 4 

185 
(D) 
CD) 

3 

150 



125 
1 

5 

23 


96 



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7,623 

24 

(0) 

4,144 

847 

1*1 24 

808 

110 

96 

<D) 

<D) 

54 i 
31 

51 1 

J6S 
719 
246 

865 
167 



(0) 

1 13 

120 

105 

2 

(D) 

1 19 

671 
93 

133 

305 
l 8 

122 

CD) 

CD) 
(D) 

97 

537 

20 

5J5 
28 

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CD) 
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(8) 
2,947 
(0) 

7 

2,170 

CD) 

889 
(D) 
CD) 

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CD) 
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(0) 

1 vS 
20 

1 

4 
5 
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(D) 
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16 

238 
1 
6 

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87 
4 

225 

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CD) 

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1 

1*129 
233 

1 46 

626 

78 

46 

51 

13 

13 

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2 

5 

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2 

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CD) 

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1 13 
954 

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(DJ 

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CD) 

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5 



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26 



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N0N8ANK U.S. AFfl(.lATES 



■14. --Wages and Salaries of Affiliates, industry of Affiliate by Country of UBO 
CMillions of dollars] 



All coun- 
tries 



C anada 



Europe 

Of Uh.lt. 



Germany 



Nether- United 
lands Kingdom 



Switzer- 
land 



J anan 



Austra- 
lia, 
New Zea- 
land, 

South 
Africa 



Latin 
America 



Middl e 
East 



Other 
Africa* 

Asia* 

an d 

Pac i f ic 



Uni ted 
St a tes 



Add en - 

dun — 

OP tc 



(1) 
33/130 
523 

2,161 
18,655 

1,601 

4,921 

2,362 
614 
622 

(0) 

(D) 



(2) 

4,906 
261 
186 

2,679 
365 

77 

(D) 



(3) 
23,815 



(4) 

3,835 
<D) 

67 
2,41 9 

19 

103 
(0) 

1 
(D) 

(0) 



<5) 

5,789 

(0) 

29 
3,767 

15 

2,076 
961 
18 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



(6) 

3,517 

CD) 

<0) 

1 ,806 

40 

CD) 
(D) 



(?) 

6,249 

19 

CD) 

3,390 

691 

895 

645 
89 
(0) 
CD) 
(D) 



(8) 

2,475 

CD) 

7 

1,805 

CD) 

741 
(0) 
CD) 

54 
(•) 



(9) 

1,874 

( • ) 

5 

5 92 

57 

40 
(0) 
CO) 
(D) 

3 
C«) 



C10) 

531 
CD) 

1 

1 54 

2 

5 



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(11) 

1,188 

( • i 

83 

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CD) 
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CD.) 

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1 




(12) 

403 
CO) 
CD) 

120 
CD) 
CD) 



(13) 

1 77 
(*) 

1 
53 
CD) 
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( 14) 
227 


(D) 
28 










c 



(1 5) 

302 



1 

46 



All industries 



Mining 



Pet r ol eum 



Manufacturing •••......... 

Food & kindred products 



Chemicals S allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs ...................... 

Soap* cleaners, & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 

Other 



(0) 



46 
6 



212 



1,109 

4,713 

2,334 
5 26 
585 

(D) 

CO) 



(0) 



CD) 



Primary 8 fabricated metals .. 2,069 393 1,463 426 227 (0) 

Primary metal industries 1,469 315 1,020 420 77 (D) 

fabricated metal products .. 600 78 443 6 151 



2 79 
26 

?53 



CD) 
CD) 



115 

1 1 1 
4 



(D) 
CD) 



ID) 
( D I 



CO) 
CD) 



CO) 
CD) 



(• / 

(0) 



Machinery 4,935 877 3,204 97 533 987 797 234 213 (D) (D) (0) 

Machinery, except electrical 2,206 346 1,649 (0) 318 (D) 585 (D) (D) (D) (0) (0) 

Electric \ electronic equip. 2,730 531 1,556 (D) 215 (D) 212 (D) (0) (D) 



Other manufacturing 5,129 967 3,740 1,585 

Textile products 8 apparel . 339 39 220 4 

Lumber S furniture 110 18 40 2 

Paper (. allied products 689 <D) 506 (0) 

Printing 8 publishing 653 406 173 2 

Rubber 8 plastics products . 3 53 46 282 1 

Stone, clay 8 glass products 879 263 591 (D) 

Transportation equipment ... 1,430 8 1,411 (D) 

Instruments 8 related prods. 368 (D) 297 17 

Other 308 (D) 219 48 



91 4 
10 
27 

4 

59 

99 
(D) 
(D) 

1 1 1 
(D) 



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1 


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49 
1 
1 



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728 
143 


(D) 
98 

9? 

85 
2 

(D) 

101 



162 

17 

1 

3 



26 

1 5 



167 



(D) 
( 0) 

1 
(D) 
(0) 
CD) 



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(0) 



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{ •) 
CD) 



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CD) 



Wholesale trade ................ 

lotor vehicles & equipment ... 
Metals 8 minerals ............ 

Other durable goods .......... 

Farm-product raw materials ... 
Other nondurable goods ....... 



Retail trade .••••...•••••••.... 

food strs.,eat. -, drink. places 
Retail trade, nee ............ 



finance, except banking 
Insurance .............. 



Real estate 



3,963 
842 
673 

1,536 
438 
473 

3.144 
2,050 
1 ,094 

744 



337 



219 
( ») 
CD) 
87 
1 
(0) 

326 

303 
23 

( D> 

111 

260 



2,330 

618 
? 64 
804 
363 
282 

2, 579 

1,7 34 
845 

329 

707 
42 



509 

(D) 
1 5 
42 

CD) 
25 

(0) 
(D) 



54 1 

311 
72 

170 

2 

86 



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CD) 



25 

8 

48 

3 



1 8 
2 
(D) 

16B 
(D) 
(0) 



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108 

260 
15 

100 



CD) 
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(0) 



87 

443 

18 



202 

1 

6 

92 

(0) 

CD) 



71 



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ID) 



1,006 
200 

1 54 

560 
71 
41 

12 

16 

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5 



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Other industries 2,615 (D) 1,514 221 334 107 436 (0) 198 

Agriculture .............. 116 (D) 49 2 9 1 24 (0) 2 

forestry S fishing 1 (•) 1 (•) (•) (•) 

Construction 808 36 693 119 269 5 (D) 78 4 

Transportation 644 399 CD) 6 (D) 21 (0) 10 (0) 

Communication 8 pub. utilities 36 11 (0) 4 (0) (0) 

Services .. 1,009 117 631 90 (D) 80 173 96 117 



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CD) 



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47 



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CD) 
(•J 

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1 


46 



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HOtiBAHK U-S. Af FILIATED 



Table F-15. --Wages and Salaries of Affiliates* State by Industry of Affiliate 1 / 

CHillions of dollars] 





Al I 
indus- 
tries 


lining 


Petro- 
leum 


Manufacturing 


yhole- 

s ate 
trade 


Ret a i I 
trade 


Fi nance, 
except 

banking 


Insuf — 
ance 


Real 
estate 


Other 

indus- 

tr i e s 




Total 


Food 

and 
k i ndred 
prod- 
ucts 


Chemi- 
cals and 
allied 
prod- 
ucts 


Primary 

and 
fabri- 
cated 
metals 


Mac h in- 
er y 


Other 
manufac- 
turing 




( 1 ) 


(2) 


(3J 


(4J 


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(6) 


(7) 


C8) 


(9) 


C10.) 


(11 J 


(12) 


(13.) 


C1 4J 


(15J 




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1,867 
593 
190 
/ 7 V 
1 68 
108 
76 

8,321 

168 

31 

688 

2,138 

3,403 

1 ,893 

6,188 
1,864 

773 
1,241 
1 ,397 

91 3 

1,629 

299 

214 

551 

440 

67 

46 

13 

6,708 
337 
192 
846 
916 
357 
739 
124 
915 
801 
607 
53 5 
340 

2,961 

189 

96 

276 

2,400 

676 

313 

48 

35 

214 

66 

4,268 

3,690 

66 

152 

56 

1 64 

173 

92 

44 

31 


523 

19 
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CO 

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4 
37 

27 

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8 
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1 2 

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629 

106 

49 

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9 

12 

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206 

1 

5 

1 5 

73 
(0) 
CD) 

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CD) 


1 8,655 

1,179 
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431 
1D9 
97 
30 

4,564 

131 

7 

490 
1,329 
1,305 
1,303 

4,048 
1,054 
6.1 1 
796 
937 
6A9 

1,056 

253 

1 59 

287 

292 

35 

21 

10 

3,708 
182 
1.56 
4 54 
443 
159 
268 
70 
598 
523 
485 
234 
136 

1,174 

66 

25 

124 

959 

3 73 

1 54 
33 
18 

1 74 
14 

2,406 

2,075 

37 

83 

211 

71 
(0) 

46 
(D) 

1 


1 ,601 

71 

25 

15 

26 

3 

2 

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467 

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235 
120 

376 
138 
38 
55 
97 
49 

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22 

25 

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232 

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23 

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10 
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21 
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(0) 
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231 

179 

2 

9 

41 

35 

(D) 

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221 

46 

9 

108 

10 

47 

1 

1,482 

(0) 

(0) 
103 
796 
313 
183 

760 
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178 
118 
1 5 9 
73 

292 

63 

35 

43 

112 

21 

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1,193 
70 
19 

1 14 

89 
42 

129 
7 

271 

2 2 6 
125 

56 
45 

339 

23 

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270 

63 
24 

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17 

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9 
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104 
108 
134 

515 

137 

38 

8 2 

238 

21 

140 
(0) 

4 
3 
54 
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1 

484 

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19 
26 
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21 
42 
13 
34 
54 
1 4 7 
26 

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113 

26 

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142 

10 
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4,935 

340 

135 

25 

121 

22 

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CD) 

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1 

2 

87 

197 
293 
374 

1 ,073 

309 

166 

253 
168 
1 77 

288 

64 
66 

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33 
46 

134 

73 

45 

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117 

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353 
19 
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296 

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2 

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8 

827 

794 

4 

15 

14 

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5,129 

433 

125 

CD) 

151 

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219 
172 
355 
492 

1 ,323 
217 
191 
2 8 9 
295 
330 

247 
28 

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108 

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1 

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116 

85 

61 

20 

280 

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22 

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14 

39 

64 

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3 
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1 
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3,963 

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93 
5 
74 
6 
3 
9 

1,337 

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2 

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415 

669 

208 

494 

263 

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101 

81 

27 

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83 
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251 

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3,144 

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172 
407 
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60 

73 

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14 
12 

43 

63 

1 

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1,036 
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102 

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194 

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4 

23 

4 
3 
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CO 

76 

70 
2 
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3 



2 

2 




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132 

10 

2 

91 

2a 

1 

1 

35 9 

5 

2 

12 

72 

217 

51 

100 

52 

7 

13 

14 

13 

45 
(Dl 

4 
(DJ 
14 

3 
CO 
CO 

166 
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7 
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13 
13 
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48 
3 
1 
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21 

1 9 
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1 

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97 
85 
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4 
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3 
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2 
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1 

31 

3 
4 
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6 

16 
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3 
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60 

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25 
14 

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CD) 

CD) 

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63 
22 
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3 
38 

19 
19 

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120 

108 

1 

4 
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5 


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2,615 




130 




CD) 




CD) 




52 




8 




2 




1 4 




520 




CD) 




(ft ) 

25 




146 




306 




CD) 

465 




CD) 




22 




178 




95 




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CD) 




1 1 




3 




84 




24 




4 




(D) 




CO 




391 




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3 




94 




53 




18 




7-4 




6 




37 




26 




1 9 




35 




CD) 




366 




26 




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15 




CD) 




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28 




3 




3 




5 




CD) 




424 




334 




1 7 




16 




54 




12 




103 




8 


Other territories s offshore 


C0J 

CD) 






126 



NONflANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table F — 1 6 . --wages and Salaries of Affiliates* State by Country of UBO 
[Millions of dollars] 



Alt coun- 
tries 



Canada 



Eur ope 

Of which- 



G er many 



Nether- 
lands 



United 
K 1 ngdom 



S U 1 1 z er ■ 
land 



Japan 



Aus t r a- 
l i a* 
New Zea- 
land* 

a n d 

South 

Africa 



Latin 
Amer i c a 



Middle 
East 



Other 
Africa* 

Asia* 

and 

Pac i f i c 



Un ■ ted 
States 



Adden- 
dum — 
OPEC 



(3) 

23*81 5 

1 * 3 97 

527 

83 

537 

101 

99 

50 

6*303 

158 

22 

4 91 
1,785 
2*265 
1*581 

4*755 

1.344 

658 

843 

1*208 

702 

1*009 
2 06 
186 
256 
297 

41 

18 
6 

5*217 
251 

1 38 
524 
654 

2 66 
587 

90 
748 
6 98 

5 06 
4 62 
190 

2*1 14 

85 

74 

217 

1*737 

44/ 

2 I , 3 

29 

21 

1 75 

19 

2*416 

2*074 

26 

89 

226 

60 

21 

58 

CD) 

CD) 



(4) 

3*-83 5 

200 

88 

CD) 

34 

22 

7 

(D) 

1*041 
CD) 

cd) 

162 

? r 4 

350 
290 

1*032 
160 

(D) 
224 
279 

<D> 

104 

7 

51 

27 

14 

2 

2 

<•) 

774 
59 
ii 

122 

114 
1 5 
35 
15 
69 

183 
31 
77 
18 

243 

1 1 

1 

22 

209 

78 

54 
(D) 

5 

7 



339 

25 5 

6 

26 

53 

1 



(6 ) 
3*517 



(7) 

6*249 



(8) 
2*475 



(91 

1 .874 



1 1 a j 



1*188 



C12) 

403 



11 3) 

177 

10 
ID J 
< « I 
CD* 
<*) 
I • I 



39 





114) 
227 
52 



(1 5* 
31)2 



Tota I 



New En gland .... 

Connecticut .. 
Maine ........ 

M ass achu se 1 1 s 
New Hampsh ire 
Rhode Island . 
Vermont ...... 



Mideast ....... 

D e la ware 
District of C 
1 ary land 
New Jersey .. 

New York 

Penn sylvan ia 



Great Lakes 
I t li noi s . 
I n di ana . . 
M i ch i gan . 
Ohio ... .. 
W i sc ons i n 



Plains 

Iowa ........ 

Kansas ...... 

M i nn eso t a . . . 
1 i SS our l . . . . 

Nebraska .... 

North Dakota 
South Dakota 



Sou t heast 

A I abama ....... 

Arkansas ...... 

Florida ....... 

Georgia ....... 

Kentucky ..... • 

Louisiana ..... 

H i ss i ssi ppi 
North Carolina 
South Carolina 
Tennessee ..... 

Virginia ...... 

West Virginia . 



So u t hu est •• . 
Arizona ... 
New Mexico 
Oklahoma • . 
Texas ..... 



Rocky Mou.n tains 
Colorado ..... 

Idaho ........ 

M o nt ana ...... 

Ut ah 

Wyoming ...... 



Far West .... 
Call f orn i a 
Neva da .... 
r eg on 
wash i ngt on 



Alaska ..................... 

Hawaii ..................... 

Puerto Rico ................ 

Other territories & offshore 
Foreign .................... 



33*120 

1*867 
593 
190 
732 

168 

1 08 
76 

8*321 

16B 

31 

688 

2.1 38 

3*403 

1 *893 

6*188 
1*864 

773 
1*241 
1*397 

913 

1*629 

299 

21 4 

551 

440 

67 

46 

13 

6*708 
337 
192 

84 6 
916 
5 5? 
739 
124 
915 
801 
607 
535 
340 

2,961 

189 

96 

276 

2*400 

676 
313 

48 
35 

21 4 
66 

4*268 

3.690 

66 

152 

360 

1 6 4 

173 

92 

44 

51 



300 
47 
88 
,4 

41 

7 
23 

91 3 
4 
6 

155 
98 

445 
206 

1 .030 
296 
90 
320 
1 4 7 
177 

526 

79 

23 

277 

137 

11 

24 

6 

896 
49 

20 
108 
147 

74 

68 

25 

1 17 
40 
60 
42 

126 

364 
52 
15 
30 

266 

165 

S3 
13 
10 

<D) 

(D) 

655 

51 9 
1 V 
44 

72 
21 



(DJ 
( 0) 
<*) 



5.789 

! 5 s 
79 

1 1 
180 

36 

2 2 



1 .571 

1 7 

3 

HO 

45 5 
594 
585 

1 .109 
265 
208 
289 
2 5 6 
92 

249 
39 
4 5 
56 
88 
(0) 
(D) 

1 

1.20 3 

41 

17 
183 

10 7 

83 
143 

20 
163 
188 

72 
1 18 

67 

522 
37 

40 
85 

36J 

93 

48 



<D) 
<D) 



26 
9 

691 

595 

1 1 

27 

58 



137 

69 
(D) 
36 
9 

(D) 

< • ) 

527 

5 

3 

71 

172 

225 

51 

521 

18v 

176 

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61 

50 

93 
21 
10 
21 

56 
3 
1 
1 

936 
24 
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44 
91 
(D) 
<D) 
15 
129 
121 
147 
32 
<D> 

650 

7 
(D) 
(D) 
604 

151 

(D) 
2 
5 

<D> 
2 

489 

46 5 
1 

6 

20 

5 
2 



4/1 

216 
9 

1 »/ 

19 

33 

1 

1*618 

102 

5 

63 

351 

682 

415 

1*255 

382 

96 

198 

54S 
233 

322 

112 
37 
93 

6 6 

10 

1 

3 

1 *447 

78 

56 

166 

212 

103 

107 

22 

254 

146 

119 

163 

21 

404 
23 
23 

40 

51b 

82 
57 

10 
2 

1 1 
3 

569 

495 

6 
1 5 
53 



18 



119 
32 

ID) 

24 
4 
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26 

994 
(•) 

2 

26 

45 5 

390 

121 

485 

160 

30 

51 

212 

33 

121 

16 

6 

47 

55 
1 5 
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1 

407 

39 

8 

37 

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5 

61 
(D) 

44 

38 
(D) 

38 
3 

128 

S 

1 

16 

107 

15 
8 

3 



1 >4 

1 57 

1 



1 
10 



23 
3 

1 

15 

2 

1 

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( •) 

1 

21 

126 

264 

32 

229 

143 

15 

4 8 

18 
5 

40 
5 



7 

14 



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1 

191 

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22 

53 

5 

4 

4 

9 

21 

14 

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ID) 
CD) 



9 1 

6 



684 

620 

2 

13 

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67 

83 

5 

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18 
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1 
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36 



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10 
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72 
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168 
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148 



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N0N8ANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table f -1 7.--Ua< 



es and Salaries of Affiliates* State by Industry 
[Millions of dollars] 





At I 
indus- 
tries 


Govern- 
ment 


I nd i vi d- 

ua I s, 
estates, 

and 
trusts 


Petro- 
leum 


Agr i - 
c u L t ure 


lining 


Con- 
s t ruc- 
tion 


Manu f ac- 
t ur i ng 


Tran s- 
por t a- 
t i on, 
c om mu- 
ni c a— 
t i on, 
and 
publ ic 
uti ti- 
tles 


whole- 
sale and 
ret ail 

trade 


Banking 


Holding 

coopa - 
ni es 


Otntr 
f inane e 
and 
insur- 
ance 


Real 
estate 


Se r v- 
ices 




(1 ) 


(2) 


( 3) 


14) 


C5) 


C6> 


C7) 


C8) 


<9) 


C10) 


C1 1) 


C12) 


C13) 


C1 4) 


CIS) 




33.1 20 

1 #867 
593 
190 
732 
168 
108 
76 

8/321 

168 

31 

688 

2/1 38 

3,403 

1 ,893 

6,188 
1 ,864 

773 
1,241 
1 ,397 

913 

1 ,629 

299 

214 

551 

440 

67 

46 

13 

6,708 
337 
192 
846 
916 
357 
739 
1 24 
91 5 
801 
607 
535 
340 

2,961 

189 

96 

276 

2,400 

676 

31 3 

48 

35 

214 
66 

4,265 

3,690 

66 

1 52 

360 

164 

173 

92 

44 

31 


1,247 

37 
7 
2 

12 
( D ) 

2 
CD) 

338 

1 
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(0) 

43 
32 

<D ) 

640 
23 
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18 
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3 
13 
2 
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3 

67 

5 
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4 
19 
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1 

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7 
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78 

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1 
76 

12 

10 

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2 

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49 



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3 

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CMillions of dollars} 



s t r y of Affiliate by 



All coun- 
tries 



Europe 

Of wh i ch- 



Net her- 
lands 



Uni t ed 
Kingdom 



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land 



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land* 

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South 

Africa 



latin 
America 



Middle 
East 



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A f r i c a , 

Asia* 

ana 

Pac i t i c 



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States 



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All industries 



Hi n i ng •• ■ 
Pet r ol eum 



Manufacturing ............ 

Food & kindred products 



Chemicals 6 allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs ...................... 

Soap/ cleaners, & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 

Other 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery .................... 

Machinery, except electrical 
Electric & electronic equip. 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products & apparel . 
Lumber s furniture ......... 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber & plastics products • 
Stone, clay £ glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments 6 related prods. 
Other . 



Wholesale trade ............... 

lotor vehicles & equipment .. 
Petals & minerals ........... 

Other durable goods ......... 

Farm-product raw materials .. 
Other nondurable goods ...... 



Retail trade ••...•.......•••... 

Food strs.,eat. & drink. places 
Retail trade, nee ............ 



Finance, except banking 
Insurance .............. 



Rea I e sta t e 



Other industries .......•••....• 

Agriculture .................. 

Forestry & fishing ........... 

Construction ................. 

Transportation ............... 

Communication & pub. utilities 
Services ..................... 



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182 
603 

4,143 
351 

1,089 
538 
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146 

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CD) 

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400 
138 

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544 

1,169 

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1 9 

147 

1 24 

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185 

441 

65 

60 

643 

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301 

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tries 


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Total 


Food and 
k j ndr ed 
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chemi- 
cals 


Drug 


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Soap , 
clean- 
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toi let- 
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cultural 
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cals 


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88,588 

1,037,438 

97,646 

1 59,936 
71,461 

43,007 
1 7,255 
1 5,091 
13,122 

1 10,879 

62,1 34 
48,745 

269,399 

111,449 
157,950 

369,578 
30,660 
19,410 
33,951 
41 ,265 
37,1 25 
35,422 
80,629 
51,186 
39.920 

1 37,934 
24,118 
13,109 
64,239 
6,343 
30,155 

368,949 
246,574 
122,375 

27,1 60 

60,857 

16,785 

200,643 
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136,622 

71,138 

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4,387 

13,155 

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80,688 

153,860 
67,659 
42,888 
16,679 
14,244 
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103,082 
57,282 
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249,902 
101,722 
148,183 

327,020 
30,610 
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2,061 


33,056 



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5,727 
CD) 


75,308 
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69,986 



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1,753 


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Chemicals & allied products .. 


88 

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Soap, cleaners, S toiletries 






481 


Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 


(OJ 

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21,384 

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Machinery, except electrical 
Electric s electronic equip. 


(OJ 

(01 


Textile products S apparel . 



(01 


Paper \, allied products .... 

Rubber s plastics products . 
Stone, clay S 3 lass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments 8 related prods. 


136 
241 
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293 


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(OJ 




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Farm-product raw materials ... 





1 7 


Food strs. /eat. & drink. places 



1 7 
















(OJ 














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(Dl 




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(DJ 



130 



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Table F-1 9. --E mp I oy men t of Affiliates* Industry of Sales by Industry of Affiliate J /-- C ont i nued 

[Number of employees] 



Machinery 



Machin- 
ery* 
except 
elec- 
trical 



Electric 
and elec- 

t r on i c 
equipment 



Manufacturing 

Other manufacturing 



Tent i I e 
product s 

and 
apparel 



Lumber 

and 
furni- 

t ure 



Paper 

and 

allied 

products 



Printing 

and 
publ i sh- 

ing 



Rubber 

and 

plastics 

products 



Stone* 
clay* 

and 

glass 

products 



Transpor- 
tation 
equip- 
ment 



Ins t ru- 

»ent s 

and 

related 

produc t s 



(15) 

288*459 

<0) 

4*653 

263*901 

D 

(0) 

( D ) 

3 


2*093 

(D) 

8*273 
4*155 

4*115 

230*612 

94,345 

136*267 

(0) 
(0) 

(0) 

CD) 


564 

93 

4,294 

1 3*429 

1*149 

3 *146 
(D> 
(D> 

2*438 
3 
(0) 

(D) 






< D) 

7,655 




(0) 

(D) 

( D> 
5*121 

6*436 

1 ,836 



(16) 

115*952 

(0) 

CD) 

105,428 

3 

<D) 



) 
3 

(D) 

<D> 

(D) 
4,075 

90,632 

88*988 

1,644 

9,701 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 



564 

93 

4,294 

2*403 

(D) 

982 
<t>) 
<t>) 

(D) 



<D> 

(D> 


<D> 







(17) 

172,507 



<D> 

1 58*4 73 



CD). 

(D) 



2*090 

(D> 

(D) 
(0) 

40 

1 39,980 

5,357 

134,623 

<D> 


1,210 





1 1*026 

(D) 

2,1 64 
21 
(D) 
(D) 




1 ()'] 



i no 
o 





!D) 





1 5 

(03 

2*328 

1,1 66 



(18) 
297,737 
362 

<o> 

272,090 

(D) 

810 
(D> 


36 

(D) 

14,293 
(D) 
(0) 

(0) 

<D ) 
4,793 

249,658 
25*217 
1 3,996 
24,855 
38,653 
24,424 
30*347 
52*848 
22*473 
16*315 

3,343 
<D) 
(D) 

1,867 

6 

1,126 

4,253 



4,253 

(0) 



(19) 

29, 354 





25,859 

41 

36 



36 



328 
328 



66 



66 

25*388 

24,345 

(0 ) 



150 

(0 ) 





(0) 

26 






(20) 



(21) 

36,879 



I) 

33*284 

30 








1,01 8 



1 ,018 





32*236 



4*479 

23*639 

2,275 

( 0) 



27 
CD) 

(0) 





201 



(D) 

61)9 



609 






(22) 

39.41 7 



36*943 














(D) 

(D) 



(D) 




(D) 
36,258 




i) 



( J ; . I 

23*678 



22,551 



<D) 
1 45 


) 


10) 

<0> 


(D) 

683 
(0) 
<0) 

21,595 
(D) 







19,207 

514 



3 

<D) 

300 
(D) 
(D) 
71 

(0) 

(0) 


<D> 








(24) 

46,524 

362 

CD) 

37,985 










(D) 


CD) 

(0) 

(0) 



(25) 

66,029 
J 


64*025 
(0) 



(j 

3 



(0) 
(0 ) 
(D) 

1 ,464 

(0) 

CD) 

(0) 




J 


576 


51*551 

<D) 

(D) 

10) 







103 



103 

22 



1 3 

<0) 
493 


(0) 
(0) 


(0) 

741 

(, i, <j 



(26) 
26,099 


CD) 
24,607 



(0) 
70 


a 









CD) 

CD) 
(0) 

22,497 




40 
u 


22,446 
1 1 

274 




(J 



(27) 

20,838 



18,213 


(0) 

(0) 



j 



B6 

612 



612 

(0» 

808 
to J 

(0) 









(0) 

280 

186 

3 

14,730 

641 



<D> 

302 



(0) 

CD) 








482 



41 a 





72 



All industries ........... 



Mi n i ng 
Pe t r ol eum 



Man u f a c t ur i nc 



Food & kindred products 



Chemicals S allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs 

Soap, cleaners, & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 
Other 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 

lachinery 

Machinery, except electrical 
Electric 5 electronic equip. 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products & apparel . 
Lumber I furniture ......... 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber & plastics products . 
Stone, clay S jlass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments & related prods. 
Other 



Wholesale trade ............... 

Motor vehicles s equipment .. 
Metals & Tiinerals ........... 

Other durable goods ......... 

Farm-product raw materials .. 
Other nondurable goods ...... 



Retail trade ................... 

Food strs.,eat. & drink. places 
Retail trade, nee ............ 



Finance, exceot banking 
Irrsurance .............. 

Real estate ............ 



Other industries ............... 

Agriculture .................. 

Forestry £ fishing ........... 

Construction ................. 

Transportation ............... 

Communication S pub. utilities 
Services 



Central admin, offices Z_l 
Unspecified 3/ .......... 



<D) 

(0) 

3 


<D> 

(D) 

CD) 

(D) 

4,373 

671 



(0) 

(D) 

493 
(0) 

1,156 
(D) 
(D) 

936 

8*249 
3*196 



<D> 

6 
(0) 

(0 ) 


(0) 
















1 *086 

(D) 



3.889 



8*623 





() 





7 


7 




o 

8*616 


8*616 






















10 


10 


u 




<D> 

( D) 



< P) 

(0) 



(0) 






1 *324 

(0) 



<D ) 

(0 ) 
(D) 
<D) 
CD) 

(0) 
(D) 







20 





I) 



50 



(D) 
(D) 
CD) 





<D> 





465 

CD) 



73 



34,601 

(D) 

(D) 

(0) 



(0) 
29.553 

1,111 



(0) 



(0) 







[I 

< 0) 



290 

289 




(D) 

<D) 




2,650 

895 



(0) 
(0) 





o 

u 





<D> 





462 



(0) 
(0) 

527 

CD) 



131 



NONBANK u-S- AfF ILI*T£S 



T ab I ? F-1 9. --Employment 



of Affiliates* Industry of Sales 
[NuTiber of employees] 



by Industry of Affiliate 1 /--Continued 





Wholesale trade 


Retail trade 




Total 


Motor 

vehicles 

and 

equi Duett 


Metals and 
minerals 


Other 

durable 

goods 


Farm- 
product 
ray 
materials 


Other 

nondurable 

goods 


Total 


Food 
stores, 

eating and 

drinking 

places 


Retai I 

trade, 

nee 




(28) 


(29) 


(id) 


(31) 


(32) 


(33) 


(34) 


(3S) 


(36) 




21 7,362 
CD) 
592 

68,592 

1 6,839 

1 ,753 

CD) 

CD) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

6,027 
4,363 
1 ,664 

1 6,543 
7,319 
9,224 

27,433 
(D) 
<D) 
1 ,578 
CD) 
(D) 
CD) 
9,933 
1 ,806 
4,586 

1 1 7,236 
23,304 
1 0,226 
56,815 

CD) 

CD) 

8,293 

CD) 

(D) 

1,207 

8 

86 

5,508 
(0) 

236 
(0) 

342 



3,642 

9,1 36 

(0) 


43,0 58 



23 

15,531 




3 



I 
I 

(0) 

(0) 

3 

<D) 

(I) ) 

3 

(0 ) 




3 

<D> 



CD) 


3 

2 '. , 6 4 5 
23,165 

(0) 
529 

CD) 

(D) 

CD) 


CD) 

(0) 

3 

(D) 

1,478 






1 ,478 

990 
(0) 


29,779 

(D) 

44 4 

1 0, 158 



(D) 

CD) 


3 

(0) 
3 

5,01 7 
(0 ) 
(D) 

(0) 

(0 ) 
581 

1,156 

D 

3 
105 

(0) 

(D) 

CD) 

(0) 

1 2,274 

CD) 
9,568 
1,571 
482 
<0 ) 

101 

3 
101 

33 

S 
(D) 

(0) 
3 
3 
J 


3 

(0) 

2,1 30 
CD) 


87,200 



35 

25,155 

<D> 

235 

34 



3 
3 

1 71 

(D) 
<D> 
CD) 

13,313 
CD) 
(D) 

CD) 
16 

925 
1 ,578 
(0) 

1 33 
1,676 
CD) 
CD) 
3,933 

54,275 

62 

83 

53,933 

(0) 

(0) 

512 

26 

486 

CD) 

3 

8 

CD) 
63 
206 
(0) 
(0) 

3 
CD) 

3,342 

354 


2 5,443 



78 

<D) 

CD) 

















( D) 



(0) 








(D) 

6,858 

(D) 
41 7 
532 

5,1 35 

CD ) 

1,580 



1 ,580 

(t>) 

3 
(0) 

31 6 

CO) 




(0) 



CD) 

1,737 
1 ,352 


31 ,582 

256 

12 

<D) 

<D) 

(D) 


(0) 
( D) 
(0) 
CD) 






(0) 

53 
CD) 

538 
CD) 





(D) 

17 





(D) 

1 60 

19,181 

(D) 

(0) 
203 

CD) 
1 8,931 

(0) 

( D) 
(D ) 

9 



(0) 

1 54 





CD) 


CD) 

1,237 

81 


304,380 

(D) 

( D) 
1 1 9 

(0) 




(0) 









103 

103 



<D> 




2,385 

(0) 

3 



<D) 

3,051 
<D) 


90 

(0) 

284,043 
(D) 
CD} 

CD) 



57 

3,997 

(0) 



(D) 




3,837 

2,419 

( D) 


203,234 


(0) 

<D) 

(D ) 

3 


























(D) 




(D) 



(0) 

CD) 

1 88,594 

(D) 





(D) 

<D) 



66 



<D) 

1,711 

3 
















Chemicals & allied products .. 


<D) 

CD) 





Soap, cleaners, & toiletries 


(D) 




D rimary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 






1 03 


Machinery, except electrical 
Electric i electronic equip. 


103 

3 

(D) 


Textile products S apparel . 




3 


Paper i allied products .... 

Rubber £ olastics products . 
Stone, clay 6 glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments 8 related prods. 


2,385 

CD) 


3 



CD) 




CD) 


Motor vehicles & equipment ... 


CD) 






CD) 


Farm-product raw materials ... 



436 


Food strs.,eat. S drink. olaces 


CD) 
87,592 




CD) 






<D) 




< D) 




CD) 









CD) 







Communication S pub. utilities 



<D) 




708 
CD) 



132 



NONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table F -1 9. --Emp I oymen t of Affiliates/ Industry of Sales by Industry of Affiliate _1_/--C on t i nued 

[Number of employees] 



Finance* 

except 
banking 



Insurance 



Real 
estate 



Other industries 



Agr i - 
c u I t ure 



forest r y 

and 

fishing 



Construc- 
tion 



Transpor- 
t at ion 



C ommun t - 
cat ion 

and 
public 

utilities 



Services 



(37) 

24/790 

41 



3 





3 








3 




3 
3 







a 

a 
o 
o 
o 



a 

CD) 


CD) 

23/399 

CD) 

44 

CD) 
3 

9 

(0) 


(0) 

(D) 
(D) 



(38) 

62/332 





151 





3 






3 
o 



3 



1 51 
3 
3 


1 51 


3 

3 








3 



(D) 

50/228 
<D) 

(0) 
3 


D 
3 

( D> 

CD) 



(39) 

1 9/74 8 



(40) 
1 76/549 
( D> 

133 

4,968 

3 



3 
3 


3 



<D ) 
CD) 

2/347 
1 / S01 

246 

2/500 


<D> 

(D) 

CD) 

3 

( r>> 



<D> 

(D) 

7 56 

(D) 
336 
299 


<t>> 

3/424 

2/804 
620 

( D> 

(0) 

318 

162/791 

7/255 

(0) 

CD) 
34,253 

2/295 
82/424 

3,783 

223 



(41) 
9,463 
<0) 
(D) 

(0 ) 

3 


3 
3 


) 



64 4 

644 

3 



(43) 



(44) 

35/949 

il 

CD) 

CD) 










< D> 
( 0) 



( D) 

( D) 



1 ,i 

2/304 



<D) 








u 







(46) 

85/816 



<D) 

1.127 






J 





(D) 


(D) 

498 
CD) 
(0) 

<0) 



<D) 









CD) 
CD) 
(0) 
<D) 


CD) 

3/323 

2,804 
219 

CD) 



41 

79,21 1 

CD) 

( D) 

CD) 

51 S 

43 

77,568 

1,848 

(0 ) 



All industries 



Mining ...... 

Petroleum ... 

Manufacturinc 



Food & kindred products 



Chemicals S aLlied products •• 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs ...................... 

Soap, cleaners, S toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 

Other 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery .................... 

Machinery, except electrical 
Electric £ electronic equip. 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products S apparel . 
Lumber 5 furniture ......... 

Paper S allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber S plastics products . 
Stone, clay & glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments 6 related prods. 
Other 



Wholesale trade 

Motor vehicles S equipment .. 
Metals & minerals ........... 

Other durable goods ......... 

Farm-product raw materials .. 
Other nondurable goods ...... 



Retail trade ................... 

Food strs.,eat. S drink. places 
Retail trade, nee ............ 



Finance, except banking 
Insurance ............. 

Real estate ........... 



Other industries ............... 

Agriculture .................. 

Forestry i fishing 

Construction ................. 

Transportation 

Communication S pub. utilities 
Services 



Central admin, offices 2/ 
Unspecified 3/ .......... 





:i 







3 


3 
3 


40 
3 
3 


43 




3 

3 




3 
(D) 

3 

«D) 
(D ) 
(D ) 

CD ) 

(D) 

1 5,691 

3,005 
<D) 
(D) 
(D) 

<D> 
(D) 
2,4 56 

34 

(D) 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
(D) 

CD) 
1 1 
3 
(D) 


30 

262 


262 

5S 

3 

255 

(D) 

7,259 

<D> 


3 
3 

(D) 

233 

ID) 








1) 



3 









3 




3 







3 
3 



o 






o 
o 

62 
) 

60 







<D> 
<D ) 



42,944 



CD) 

1,409 





') 

3 









CD) 
(D) 



(D) 



187 





o 

(D) 


220 

<D) 


(D) 
CD) 









(0) 
(D) 
(0) 

<D> 



35,419 



(D) 

1,238 

28 



( 0) 
<D> 







29 



29 



139 


139 



( D) 

CD) 

< D) 




33,732 

( D) 

439 





2,252 





2,252 


CD) 



133 



NONBANK U.S. AFflLl^TES 



Table F-20.--Employment of Affiliates* Industry of Sales by Country of UBO 1/ 
[Number of employees] 





All coun- 
tries 


Canada 


Eur ope 


Japan 


Austra- 
lia, 
New Zea- 
land, 

and 

South 

Africa 


Latin 
Amer i ca 


Middle 
East 


Other 
Africa, 

Asi a. 

and 

Pac i f i c 


■J11 ted 
States 


Adden- 




Tot a I 


Of whi en- 


CPF.C 




trance 


S er n any 


Nether- 
lands 


United 

Kingdom 


Switzer- 
land 






( 1 ) 


(2) 


( 3) 


(4 J 


( 5J 


(61 


(7J 


(8J 


(91 


(10J 


(1 11 


(12J 


C13) 


(14) 


(15 J 




2,033,932 

33,852 

9,373 

1 6,031 

8,458 

88,588 

24,647 

3,435 

21 ,21 2 

57,731 

2,677 

3,533 

1,007,438 

97,646 
30,61 3 
14,082 
52,951 

1 59,936 
71 ,461 
43,007 
17,255 
1 5,091 
13,122 

1 10,879 
62,1 34 
23,703 
38,431 
48,745 

269,399 

1 1 1 ,4 4 9 

24,535 
25,032 
1 7,91 1 
43,971 
1 57,950 
36,796 
71 ,813 
49,341 

369,578 
30,650 
19,410 
33,951 
41 ,265 
37,125 
35,422 
33,629 
58,862 
21 ,757 
51,136 
39,920 

137,934 
24,118 
1 3,109 
64,209 
6,343 
30,155 

368,949 
246,574 
122,375 

2 7,150 

60,857 

16,785 

230.643 

1 2.272 
(D) 

42.132 

(0) 

2.401 

106,622 

31,013 

23,852 

1 ,055 

1 5.273 
35 ,419 

71,138 

20,578 


290,318 

1 3,1 63 
4,957 
3.585 
4.621 

9.946 
8.204 
1.769 
6.435 
(D) 

36 
(D) 

141.457 

12.393 
(0) 

5.365 
(D) 

3,234 
(D) 



(D J 
1,728 
478 

23. 265 

1 3,738 
(D) 
(D) 
9,527 

4 1,320 
1 5,881 

(D) 

(0) 
33 

7,1 53 
25,439 

(D) 

(D) 
10,746 

60,750 

3,724 

2,029 

(0J 
25,325 

4,444 

10,366 

563 

(0) 

(DJ 

(0) 

3,129 

11,113 
(DJ 
1 ,384 
2,370 
(0) 
6,313 

38,569 

34,319 

4,550 

1 0,979 

7,485 

11,321 

36,342 

373 

239 

4,555 

1 7,960 

985 

1 2,730 

2,979 

1 .358 



1 ,348 

6,545 

8,167 

366 


1,477,099 206,359 

17,063 1,325 
1 ,063 (D) 

12,288 1,184 
3,712 (DJ 

^69,593 8,349 
TT91 3 <DJ 
1,553 (D) 
7,360 1,469 
56,830 (DJ 
1,759 ( D> 
2,091 (D) 

'757,450 126,586 

TTToTs, 11,794 

24 = 7919 7,826 

7,61 5 661 

43.511 3,307 

14 7,719 13,114 
69,353 4,001 
33,686 2,671 
1 4,662 (DJ 
13,255 (DJ 
11,763 <0J 
f~ \ 
2ZjZSJ>> 15,813 
4 1,10 1 11 ,824 
1 4,849 ( 0) 
26,252 (D) 
31,754 3,994 

187,064 6,565 
83,124 3,129 
1 7,433 (0) 
13,471 603 
13,736 (DJ 
33.484 1.057 

103,940 3.435 
21,205 (D) 
47 ,209 ( D) 

35.526 1.389 

273.767 79,295 
21,131 840 
13,788 (0) 
23,325 (D) 
1 2,41 9 (0) 
30,791 9,669 
21,315 (D) 
77,925 41,984 
56,758 (D) 
21,167 ( D) 
43,774 1 ,569 
32,299 4,223 

Z8yJO-3- 9,6 26 
14,091 (D) 

3,580 922 
33.350 2,901 

5,134 (DJ 
17,14 8 1 ,399 

305,077 (D) 
209,802 <D> 
95,275 1,297 

1 2,059 ( D) 

44.527 ( D) 

2,733 311 

120.859 13,749 

9,250 <D> 

(DJ 12 

32.551 4.453 

7.674 561 

(0) (0) 

69.555 5,111 

16,492 861 

1 3,21 8 1 ,469 

( 0) 

10,360 51 

(DJ 2,730 

53,839 4,516 

15,596 2,721 


375,865 186,683 

(DJ (DJ 

(DJ (0J 

(DJ (0J 

12 (D) 

(0) -eo-j 
4,363 267 
(DJ (0J 
(DJ (DJ 
( D) (DJ 
( DJ (DJ 

19 1,119 

175,802 93,259 

2,535) fi'TsTs] 

650 (DJ 

260 (DJ 

1 ,695 (DJ 

49,272 17,223 

30,439 (DJ 
9,620 (DJ 
2,886 (DJ 
(0J (DJ 
(DJ 1 ,376 

1_S.i5.9-6- 4,874 
5,533 (0) 
3,831 (DJ 
1 ,672 (DJ 

1 4,393 (DJ 

34,987 53,709 
1"8 , 2 8 7 ( D J 
1 ,605 (0J 
3,152 (DJ 
(0J 3 
(DJ 403 
1 5, 733 (DJ 
( D> (0) 
e,1 1 7 (DJ 
(D) 10,057 

69,342 9,615 
4,313 3 
3,316 (DJ 
(DJ 373 
4,381 (DJ 
6.416 2,4 59 
4,529 (0 J 

23,896 49 
(D) 3 
(0) 49 

13,433 (OJ 
(DJ (0J 

22,295 5,156 
6,322 (0J 
1 ,482 (0J 
7,186 2,401 
(DJ 82 
(DJ (DJ 

122^9 <•! 21,112 
93,839 7,874 
29,133 13,233 

272 (DJ 

2^877 8,4 53 

186 604 

25.941 4,595 
1,823 (D) 
(01 9 

15.779 (0J 
(0 J 1,142 

7 (DJ 
6,344 2,793 
< D J (0J 
( D) (DJ 

43 
3,171 833 
(0J 85 

11,186 1 2,533 

7,343 1,268 


428,237 

6,094 
(DJ 
(DJ 
998 

(D) 

331 

(D) 
(D) 
(B) 
(DJ 
(DJ 

2 1 6 ,74 9 

37,355 

(BJ 

3,094 

(DJ 

34,302 
f8.11 5 

8.928 

3.393 

(DJ 

ID) 

15,55'. 

(Dl 

(DJ 

10,219 

52,483 
33,1 1 4 
3,694 
5,314 
(OJ 
(Dl 
22.369 
9.618 
6.21 5 
6.536 

78.754 
1T76 7 5 
2,879 
6,352 
4,61 4 
8.001 
5,362 
4,633 
( D) 
(DJ 

1 2,310 
20,423 

.20.690 
3.790 
2.471 
9,148 
765 
4,516 

81 ,442 

—an — 

(D) 

5,545 

2 7,629 
1,118 

31 ,336 
1.899 
(OJ 
7,234 
1.1 33 
(DJ 

19,254 
5,489 
1.554 
236 
5.398 
5.337 

16.314 

(DJ 


1 54,813 

(DJ 


(DJ 
(OJ 

(D) 
(DJ 

(OJ 
71 
77 
1 1 

(OJ 

82,310 

13,707 
(DJ 
(OJ 
8,642 

29,333 

(DJ 
1 5,531 

3,924 

(DJ 

<D ) 

1 0,554 
(DJ 


(DJ 
(D) 

1 1 ,836 
5,323 
(DJ 
872 


(DJ 
6,513 


(DJ 
(0) 

16,910 
(OJ 

60 
(BJ 

363 
(DJ 

1,749 
(DJ 
(DJ 
(DJ 

2,603 
1,309 

6.897 

96 

128 

3,731 

1,387 

1,555 

27,486 

19,715 

7,771 

1,861 

4,966 

206 

23,592 

4,260 



2.429 

541 

20 

1 6.342 

(DJ 

(DJ 


(DJ 
926 

6.060 

732 


115.258 

(DJ 




(DJ 

340 
_T 





( Dl 

< D ) 

4 5.997 

4,580 
il 
(DJ 
(DJ 

2,488 
627 
(DJ 

1 14 
(DJ 

( Dl 

7,565- 
(OJ 
1 .424 
(DJ 
(B) 

18.580 

4,951 





(OJ 

(DJ 

13,629 
8,506 
2,823 
2,300 

12,784 
3,207 
(DJ 
(DJ 

651 
1 ,019 
2,368 
(DJ 
(DJ 

368 
1 .844 
1.031 

38, 1 87 
8.575 
1 .784 

23.777 

826 

3.225 

3.706 
1 .841 
1.865 

( 0) 

(DJ 

299 

18.516 

311 

12 

(DJ 

6,845 

(01 

10,531 

7,569 

219 

4 52 

303 

1 ,988 

5,068 

1 .484 


29,231 

(DJ 

(DJ 


95 

(0) 

(DJ 

(DJ 





330 



12,218 

226 



226 

(DJ 
(DJ 


288 




3.565 
2.586 
(DJ 
(DJ 
979 

(DJ 
(DJ 
(DJ 



(DJ 



D 


5.960 

1 1 4 

2.600 
(DJ 
1.205 
588 
588 

(DJ 
(B) 

2.243 

(DJ 
631 
71 7 

(Dl 
125 

3,474 



3,474 

(D) 

8 
(01 

4.599 





492 

(DJ 



(DJ 



(DJ 



(DJ 

(DJ 

1,137 
2,310 


74,456 

(OJ 
(DJ 


(DJ 

7.565 
(D J 
<DJ 
(DJ 


(DJ 
(D) 

38,444 

(DJ 




(OJ 

(BJ 

8 
(DJ 
(DJ 
(OJ 

< D) 

2.225 

<DJ 

(D) 

< D > 
(DJ 

19.793 

(DJ 

384 
(DJ 
(OJ 

192 
(DJ 
( 0) 
(D) 
(DJ 

11.571 

(DJ 



<DJ 

ID) 

(Dl 

J 



(DJ 

ID) 

4,059 
728 
524 

1,838 

(DJ 

(0) 

14,582 

(D) 
<DJ 

90 

(OJ 

671 

6,884 
1,006 
(DJ 
(DJ 
1,132 
(OJ 

4,339 
1,052 
270 
(0) 
(DJ 
(DJ 

(DJ 

(DJ 


22.800 

(DJ 
(OJ 
150 


(DJ 
(DJ 


(OJ 

(DJ 
12 



6,855 

(DJ 
(OJ 


(OJ 

(BJ 

21 

(DJ 




(0). 
(DJ 

53 
(DJ 
(DJ 

(D 1 

(DJ 





(DJ 






(DJ 



(DJ 


8 






10 

1,060 
(DJ 
( D) 
(OJ 


(DJ 

l D ) 
(D) 



(D) 



444 

9.129 

(DJ 

(0) 

(DJ 
(DJ 



4.371 

2.241 

80 



1.788 

262 

913 

7 


11.961 

8 

8 


CD) 

(DJ 


(DJ 


<BJ 
(DJ 

3.386 

(B) 


(DJ 
ID) 

765 





765 




(BJ 

66 

66 
(OJ 

186 
(DJ 




18 
(D) 
(DJ 


(OJ 



733 

10 

400 





(DJ 



(DJ 



(OJ 



1.760 
138 

(DJ 
63 5 

(DJ 
922 

(BJ 

248 
(DJ 

20 

(DJ 

580 

2.905 

(DJ 

(OJ 

CO 

(DJ 



929 

595 

27 

(DJ 

<DJ 
203 

237 

(OJ 


13-,109 






200 




3 
200 


1.621 

3 


3 




3 
3 



27 







27 

(DJ 

(DJ 

3 


(OJ 

3 
( OJ 
1 7 


(BJ 

(BJ 
(BJ 


3 

(DJ 

(DJ 

(D J 





(BJ 



1.209 

3 


(DJ 
3 

(DJ 

(DJ 

3 
(DJ 

(B) 

(DJ 

(D) 

93 9 
( DJ 

3 
(DJ 
(D) 


(DJ 

85 
(OJ 

It 
(OJ 
1 9 

(03 

6 


16,2 8-4 









Coal 


Nonmetallic minerals, ex. fuels 






Crude pet. (no refin.) 5 gas 
Oil 6 gas field services ... 

petroleum S coal products mfg. 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 


(OJ 

J 


21 








Grain mill S bakery products 


01 

1.100 








Chemicals S allied products .. 


(DJ 






Soap, cleaners, S toiletries 


1 06 

(3 J 


Primary S fabricated metals .. 
Primary netal industries ... 


U) 
(J J 






(3 J 


Fabricated metal products .. 


485 
1 60 


Machinery, except electrical 
Construction machinery ... 
Special industry machinery 
Office & computing mach. . 


160 




160 


Electric & electronic equip. 
Radio, TV, & comm. equip. 
Electronic components .... 




0. 







(3 J 


Textile products & apparel . 






Paper 8 allied products .... 

tfubber s plastics products . 

Stone, clay S glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 

Motor vehicles S equipment 



232 
(3 J 







Instruments 8 related prods. 






Wholesale trade ................ 

Motor vehicles S equipment ... 


1,016 







(OJ 


Farm-product raw materials ... 



(3 J 

(D J 


Food strs.,eat. & drink. places 


(3 J 






(3 J 






469 




8,289 




CO) 




CD) 




(J J 




(3 J 


Communication & pub. utilities 



3,90 5 


Hotels i oth. lodging places 


2,3 92 
(3 J 


Motion pictures & TV tape .. 
Engineering & architecture . 



CD) 

(3) 




CD J 
(OJ 



N0N8ANJC U.S. AFF ILMTES 



Table F-21.--Emptoyment of Affiliates* Industry of Sales by Industry of UBO 1/ 
[Numoer of employees] 





A I I 
indus- 
tries 


Govern- 
ment 


Individ- 
uals, 

estates. 

and 

trusts 


Petro- 
leum 


Agri- 
culture 


M i n i ng 


Con- 
strue 
t i on 




Manufac- 
turing 


T rans- 
porta- 
t i on, 
commu- 
nica- 
tion, 
and 
pub I i c 
utili- 
ties 


whole- 
sale and 
retail 
trade 


Banking 


Holding 
compa- 
nies 


Other 

finance 

and 

i nsur- 

anc e 


Real 
estate 


Serv- 

ic e s 




(1 ) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


C8) 


19) 


C 10) 


C 1 1) 


<1 2) 


C13) 


114) 


C 15) 




2,033,932 


56.072 


318,064 


103,924 


5,715 


42,862 


35,965 


861,017 


53,604 


1 75,261 


14,310 


247,821 


60,272 


14,219 


44,326 




33,852 
9,373 

16,031 
8,458 


(0) 
22 

CD) 




2,019 
<D> 
CD) 
CD) 


(D ) 
CD) 
(D) 
39 


(0) 
(D) 


3 



5,797 
4,238 
(D) 
(D) 










10, 34 7 
CD > 
4,873 
CD) 


CD) 




I D) 


CD) 
CD) 


14 








(D) 
(D) 

CD) 

CD) 


10 


10 





□ 












Coal 


^onmetallic minerals, ex. fuels 







88,588 

24,647 

3,435 

21 ,212 

57,731 

2,677 

3,533 

1,007,438 

97,646 
33.613 
1 4,082 
52,951 

159,936 
71 ,461 
43,007 
17.255 
15,091 
13,122 


44 1 
ID) 
CD) 
(0) 



<D) 



( D) 






CD) 

1 .037 

(0) 


3 

3 


6,752 
6,275 

674 
5,601 
(D) 
CD) 

1 43 

1 1 7,520 

1 7,333 
10.559 

(D) 

(D) 

1 8.519 
CD) 
(D) 
CD) 
(D) 
CD) 


66,260 

8,559 

946 

7,613 

54,376 
1,21 7 
2,108 

11,455 

22 



22 



7,172 

4,963 



<D> 

(D) 


100 
100 

133 
3 



CD) 

(D) 



(D) 





3 
3 


510 

<D) 

(D) 




(D) 

3 

28,823 







CD) 

(D) 





187 

3 


CD) 

(D) 



CD) 





1,082 














3,677 

C D) 
CD) 

8 
CD ) 

17 
<D) 

625,249 

57.189 

1 2,961 

9,243 

3 4,98 5 

1 16,938 

53,022 

35,118 

1 1 .475 

7,923 

9.400 


CD) 
CD) 

CD) 
452 

221 

CD) 

25,828 

C D ) 

450 
CD ) 



U 





CD) 





519 

CD) 

22,450 

8,938 
CD) 
CD ) 
3,243 

CO) 
3 


10) 


3 











107 

107 



107 









8,761 
7,381 
CD) 
CD) 

CD) 

228 
CD) 

131,420 

10,680 
CD) 
(0) 
5,197 

14,373 
2,536 
CO) 
CD) 
1,342 
2,702 


CD) 

C D ) 

CO) 





'o 

2,757 






CO) 

23 




20 
( D) 


CD) 

(D) 
CD) 


u 







J 

3 








3 

n 








J 
3 
30 


1,745 





Crude pet. Cno refin.) & gas 
Oil & gas field services ... 

Petroleum & coal products mfg. 

Petroleum yholesale trade .... 




Grain mill & bakery products 






Chemicals & allied products .. 







Soap, cleaners. & toiletries 





j 


Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 


1 10,879 
62,134 
23,703 
38,431 
48,74 5 


CD) 
(0) 

( D) 
433 



14,735 

2,381 

1,467 

914 

12,3 54 


CD) 
(D) 

(D) 


(D) 






3 




1 1 ,268 
8,297 
1 ,331 
7,296 
2,971 











62.312 
36.789 
1 2.500 
24,289 
25.523 


CD) 




CD) 


CD) 
(D) 
(D) 
<D> 
(D) 










12,7'.<. 
10,510 

CD) 

CO) 

2,234 


310 




J10 






3 




CD) 
1 65 




u 

CD) 


Fabricated metal products .. 




269,399 
111,449 
24 , 535 
25,032 
17.911 
43.971 
1 57.950 
36,796 
71 ,81 3 
49,341 


1,131 
( D> 
30 
288 


CD) 
( 0) 


CD) 




1 0,938 
8,861 
<D) 

1,789 
(D) 

5,786 
2,077 
(D) 
<D> 
4 84 


736 
(D) 
(D) 


57 
(D) 



(D) 




CD) 

CD) 
CD) 



3 
15 

3 
3 

n 


(D) 

(D) 

1 .604 

3 

(0) 

( D> 



147 
(D) 


( D) 

(D) 



1 50 



(D) 







1 90.670 
81 , 172 
1 6, 136 
17,329 
15,918 
31 ,789 

109,498 
23,602 
48,849 
37,047 


CD) 

CD) 




CD ) 



C D) 
CD) 
C D) 




2,195 

CD) 

CD) 


23 
524 
C 0) 

3 
CD) 

3 










0- 












34,334 
14,091 

3,765 

5,496 

CD) 

CD) 
20,243 

7,776 

< D) 

CD) 


1 ,373 

C D) 




CO) 
212 

C D) 



CD) 
351 






3 

' 



3 
J 

n 




Machinery, except electrical 
Construction machinery ... 
Special industry machinery 
Office S computing mach. . 


CD) 




CD) 
50 






Electric S electronic equip. 
Radio, TV, & comm. equip. 
Electronic components .... 




369,578 
30,650 
19,410 
33,961 
41 .265 
37,125 
35,422 
80,629 
58,862 
21 ,767 
51 .186 
39,920 


( D> 



3 
576 


CD) 

CD) 
400 




56,095 
4,484 
5,648 
CD) 

9,365 
6,318 
6,428 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
2.455 


(D) 






(D) 






(D) 




3 



3 








3,705 

( D) 
(D) 
3 

(D) 
588 
583 

29 


(D) 



187 

325 





(D) 






187 



83 

104 




198,140 
20,125 
7,640 
1 4. 321 
27.797 
24,485 
13,719 
34,860 
22,573 
12,287 
34,054 
21,139 

69,212 
1 6,493 

4,726 
36,416 

CD) 

CD) 


8,865 




CD) 

CD) 

747 







CO) 


( D) 

CD) 
208 
451 

CD) 

CD) 



3 

3 







] 









343 

( 0) 

CD) 

320 



12 


59,289 

CD) 

4,94 4 
1 1,423 

CD) 

3,677 
1 3,623 

CD) 
565 

CO) 

CD) 

9,254 

12,486 
CD) 
1,091 
7,41 
980 
CD) 


CD) 

460 





CD) 

150 



78 

78 



150 



1 ,783 

428 
CD) 
(D) 

CD) 
456 


C ) ) 



J 


O) 




J 

3 






Textile products & apparel . 





Paper S allied products .... 

Rubber 5 olastics products . 

Stone, clay & glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 

Motor vehicles S equipment 




CD) 




CD) 

CD) 


j 


284 

48 


Instruments & related prods. 




137,934 

24,118 
13,109 
64,239 
6,343 
30,155 


2,041 

< D) 

< 0) 

1 ,034 

<D) 

CD} 


1 8,497 
497 
2,653 
6,460 
<D> 
CD) 


1,162 


(D) 

(D) 



(D) 


(D) 

CD) 

( D) 
CD) 



10 


2,581 

1,479 
(D) 
( 0) 
(D) 


661 


C D) 
<D> 
CD) 
122 


27,105 
5,176 
2,379 
9,272 
1 ,140 
9,138 


CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
(D) 






Motor vehicles & equipment ... 




32 
CO) 
CD) 


Farm-product raw materials ... 




368,949 
246,574 
1 22,375 


(D) 
CD) 


91,12 3 
40,632 








1 3 



155 



CD) 





37,643 
CD) 


CD) 




1 1 7,41 4 
97,223 

20,191 

27 


CD) 




61,967 

57,695 

4,272 

1 ,042 


CD) 


CD) 

4,113 


1 
CD) 
CD) 

2 


53 


CD) 

( 0) 
29 

CD) 


Food strs.,eat. & drink. places 




27,160 


421 


13,270 


16 




3 


63 


(D) 




79 





7,727 


37 




60,857 












3 


773 

3 



(D ) 
19 


( D) 


3 


(D) 

3 

1,662 







45 

28,328 

CD) 
CD) 
4,735 

256 
CD ) 
17,393 
CD) 
1 ,861 

41 5 
1 ,626 
CD) 

31 ,563 


CD) 

CD) 

23,644 
CD) 
CD) 

36 

20,627 

737 

2,223 

CD) 

CD) 


< D) 
1 ,260 

1,153 




130 

1,940 
CD) 


1 2 
CO) 
3 
-.66 
CD) 
CD) 


CO) 
1 39 

3,586 


(D) 

4 5 

CD) 
27 


CO) 

196 
CD) 



28 





CD) 

CO) 


CD) 

3? ', 

12,042 
1,537 
CD) 
3,054 
CD) 
CD) 
5,659 
1,958 
545 
206 
1,556 
1,393 

10,603 


42,831 

542 

CO) 
1 77 

63 
<D) 


179 
23 
CD) 


CD) 
19 

619 


CD) 

10,2 

2,7 
O) 

CD) 

2,1 
1,5 
CD) 

O) 

CD) 




CD) 

CD) 

39,314 
76 

CO) 

163 

CD) 

38,1 08 

4,751 

13,292 

CD) 

2,4 4 4 
CD) 

, u i 




16,78 5 

200,643 
12,272 

CD) 

42,182 

CD) 

2,401 

106,622 

31 ,013 

23,852 

1 ,055 

1 5,273 

35,419 




4,305 

38,659 
4,237 
(0) 
5,073 
3,1 73 
(D) 

26,109 
9,357 
4,864 
(D) 
4,1 75 








256 

33,533 





27,646 

26 



5,861 

CD) 

5 



CD) 



360 


il 
58 

u 


3 
.2 
!9 

J 





14,832 


ID) 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

5.855 

(0) 
61 5 


CD) 


2,446 
65 


(D) 
(D) 


1,934 


1,730 


(D) 


1,332 

( D) 
(D) 



3 
(D) 

(D) 

10 

3 
3 

312 










Communication 8 pub. utilities 


Hotels s" oth. lodging places 


Motion oictures S TV tape .. 
Engineering & architecture . 




71 ,1 38 


328 


8,492 


11,685 






20. 578 


(D) 


(D) 


CD) 







2,498 


28 


4 ,874 


7 


1.558 





2,571 


CO) 




D 


CD) 





135 



Table F -2 2 . --E mp I oyme n t . Wages and Salaries* and Hours Worked Associated With 

Manufacturing Sales of Affiliates* Industry of 

Sales by Type 1 / 



N0N8ANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Number of employees 



Of which — 

Producti on 

workers 



For production workers in column 2- 



Wages and 

salaries 

(millions of 

dollars) 



Annual hours 

worked per 

worker 

( number ) 



Wages and 

salaries per 

hour 

( = col. 3 / 

(cols. 2 t kit 

(dol lars) 



(5) 



Manufacturing 



1 .007.438 



646 ,581 



1,898 



7.85 



Food £ kindred products ...... 

Grain mi I I S bakery products 

Beverages 

Other 

Chemicals & allied products .. 

Industrial chemicals 

Drugs ...................... 

Soap, cleaners, £ toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 

Other 

Primary 6 fabricated metals .. 

Primary metal industries ... 

Ferrous .................. 

Nonferrous ............... 

Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery 

Machinery, except electrical 

Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Office £ computing mach. . 

Other 

Electric i electronic equip. 

Radio, TV, £ comm. equip. 

Electronic components .... 

Other 

Other manufacturing 

Textile products £ apparel . 

Lumber £ furniture 

Paper £ allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber £ plastics products . 

Stone, clay £ jlass products 

Transportation equipment ... 
Motor vehicles £ equipment 
Other 

Instruments £ related prods. 

Ot her 



97,646 
30,613 

14.3 82 
52,951 

1 59,936 

71,461 
43,007 
1 7,255 
1 5,091 
1 3,1 22 

110,879 
62,1 34 
23,703 
38,431 

48,745 

269,399 
111,449 
24,535 
25,332 
1 7,91 1 
43,971 
157,950 
36,796 
71,813 
49,341 

369,578 
30,660 

19.4 10 
33,961 
41 ,265 
37,1 25 
35,422 
80,629 
58,362 
21 ,767 
51 ,1 86 
39,920 



66,601 

18,257 

8,048 

40,296 

77 ,1 25 

37,059 

1 5,828 

9,616 

6,4 96 

8,1 26 

80,326 
44,406 
18,414 
25,992 
35 ,920 

163,281 
63,995 
15,350 
1 3,000 
7,489 
28,1 56 
99,286 
23,866 
46,293 
29,1 27 

259,248 
24,898 
1 5,427 
25 ,248 
23,702 
27,897 
26,710 
53,464 
38,581 
14,883 
32 ,746 
29,1 56 



895 


251 


123 


521 


1,287 


651 


214 


1 65 


1 20 


1 37 


1 ,480 


927 


389 


539 


553 


2,221 


996 


226 


238 


105 


427 


1,225 


265 


576 


385 


3,749 


262 


1 72 


446 


356 


362 


409 


1,017 


779 


238 


362 


364 



1 ,860 
1,722 
1 ,786 
1,938 

1,983 
1 ,954 
1,988 
2,038 
1,957 
2,056 

1 ,91 5 
1,910 
1,897 
1.920 
1,921 

1,868 
1,841 
1,710 
1,957 
2,001 
1 ,81 5 
1,885 
1,822 
1,939 
1,851 

1 ,897 
1,933 
1 ,858 
2,045 
1 ,815 
1 ,873 
1 .986 
1,915 
1,887 
1,989 
1 ,873 
1,756 



7.22 

8.00 
8.54 
6.67 

8.42 

8.98 
6.81 
8.42 
9.47 

8.17 

9.62 
10.93 
11.12 
10.79 

8.02 

7.28 

8.45 
8.61 
9.34 
7.00 
8.35 
6.55 
6.09 
6.41 
7.14 

7.62 
5.44 
5.99 
8.6S 
8.28 
6.92 
7.70 
9.93 
1 0.70 
8.03 
5.90 
7.10 



Add e nd um-- 

Petroleum £ coal products mfg. 



57.731 



10.2 84 



1 1.49 



NONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table F-23. 



-Number of Production Workers Associated Uith Manufacturing Sales of Affiliates* 
Industry of Sales by Country of UBO 1/ 



[Number of employees] 



All coun- 
tries 

II 



E u r ope 

Of uhich- 



Ge r many 



Nether- 
lands 



Uni t ed 
Kingdom 



S w i t z er 

land 



A us t r a- 
t i a , 
New Zea- 
land* 

and 

South 

Africa 



Latin 
Ame r l c a 



M i ddle 
East 



Other 
Africa* 

Asia* 

and 

Pac i f i c 



united 
States 



Adden- 
dum- - 
0>EC 



CO (5) 
i 



(1 3) 



(13 ) 



Manufacturing .................. 646*531 



479,952 87*476 138*899 59*651 



139*255 43,138 



Food 8 kindred products ...... 

Grain mill 8 bakery products 
Beverages .................. 

Other 

Chemicals 8 allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs 

Soap* cleaners* S toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 
Other 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 

Primary metal industries ... 

Ferrous .................. 

Nonferrous ............... 

Fabricated metal products .. 



66*601 

1 8*257 

8*048 

40*296 

77*125 

37*059 

1 5*828 

9*616 

6*496 

8*126 

83*326 

44*406 
18*414 
25*992 
35*920 



9,931 

(0) 

4,931 

(0) 

1*480 
(D) 


(D) 
<D> 
1 71 

16*239 
9*780 
5*182 
4*593 
6*459 



50,043 

1 5,199 

3*002 

31*842 

71,002 

36*143 

1 3,567 

8*447 

5*430 

7,41 5 

53,969 
29*670 
1 1 *430 
18,240 
24,299 



9,453 

6,1 58 

596 

2,699 

8,863 
2,724 
1 ,279 
CD) 

(0) 

CD) 

10*938 
8*399 
(D) 
(D) 
2*539 



1 ,768 
473 
103 

1 .1 87 

22*405 
13*203 

4*532 

2*083 

(0) 

(0) 

15,527 
4 ,426 
3,173 
1 ,256 

11,101 



5,263 
(D) 
(0) 
(0) 

11,365 
<D> 
(0) 
(D) 
CD) 
(0) 

3,533 
(D) 
(D) 
<D) 

(0 ) 



22*562 
(D) 
1,275 
(D) 

18*283 

11*316 

3*168 

1*894 

308 

1*897 

10*450 
2*347 

(0) 
(0) 
8*103 



8*513 
<D) 
(0) 
6*279 

7*893 

<D) 

3,631 

1,362 

(D) 

(0) 

7,813 

(D> 


(0) 

(0) 



33,596 

4*161 

(D> 
<D) 

1 *549 

437 
<D> 
22 

< D) 
(D) 

5,090 
<D) 
1,097 
(0) 

< D) 



7,871 25,681 



I) 

(0) 

(0) 

(D) 



1 75 





2,320 
1,651 
(D) 
CD) 
669 



CD) 


(D) 
(0) 
(0) 
(0) 

1*652 

(0) 

(D) 

(0) 

<D) 



(0) 
(D) 



<D) 
(0) 



1*941 

10 ) 



<D) 
(D) 
(0) 

(D) 
(0) 



J 



CD) 
(O) 



310 



310 





39 



39 





3 




3 


3 

15 

J 



3 

1 5 



(D) 
(D) 

O) 

(0) 

(D) 
O) 
O) 



43 



43 



Machinery 163*281 24,519 111,517 3,101 19,259 34.006 31,127 7,566 13,218 <D) (0) (0) (D) 

Machinery, encept electrical 63*995 9,367 43*040 1*691 11,324 <D> 16,810 3.178 2,659 (0) 2,644 (0) (0) 

Construction machinery 15,350 (0) 11,116 (0) 893 <D> 6,326 (0) 305 (D) 

Special industry machinery 13,000 (0) 9,447 3 70 1,918 (0) 2,957 628 (0) 

Office 5 computing mach. . 7,489 9 5,625 CD) (0) 3 (D) <D) (D) 

Other 28,156 3,538 21,852 509 <D) 235 (0) (D) (D) (Dl 162 (0) (D) 

Electric 8 electronic equip. 99,286 15,552 63,477 1,410 8,235 (0) 14,317 4,388 10,559 (D) ID) 

Radio, TV, S comm. equip. 23,856 <D) 12,907 <D> (D) <D) 5,927 6,752 (D) 

Electronic components . 46,293 (D) 33,528 <D) 3,517 (D) 4*230 (D) 1*993 <D) (D) 

Other 29,127 7,136 23,042 519 <D> 5,107 4,190 (D) 1,817 0(D) 



<D) 

(D) 



( D) 
CD) 
<D) 



1 4 

3 



1 7 
1 7 



1 7 







Other manufacturing 259,248 39,314 193,421 55,121 49,943 5,487 56,833 11,353 9,578 4,183 

Textile products 8 apparel . 24,898 2,926 17,197 (D) 3,396 3 10,516 (D) 2,346 

Lumber 8 furniture 15,427 <D) 11,135 (D) 2,977 (D) 2*134 53 (D) 110 

Paper 8 allied products .... 25*248 <D> 16*902 (D) <D> 261 4*763 (0) (D) 

Printing S publishing 23,702 11,876 8,887 (D) 3,232 (D) 2,870 268 439 2,080 

Rubber S plastics products . 27,897 3,568 22,785 7,081 5,143 1*634 5,982 (D) 835 ID) 

Stone, clay & glass products 26,710 7,117 16,339 CD) 3,533 <D> 4,218 1*078 2*092 788 

Transportation equipment ... 53*464 577 51*624 25*943 15*483 32 3*206 (D) ID) (D) 

Motor vehicles 8 equipment 38*581 (D) 37*021 <D> (D) 3 <D) (D) (D) <D> 

Other 14,883 (D) 14,603 <D) (D) 32 <D> (D) 125 

Instruments 8 related prods. 32,746 <D) 25,102 1,110 11,200 1,442 8,740 1,714 1,150 (0) 

Other 29,156 (D) 23,450 3,143 <D) (0) 14,404 930 718 (D) 



9,109 

(D) 




(D) 

CD) 

(D) 






I 0) 
<D) 



455 

1 u 

250 





(D) 


ID) 


<D> 






CD) 

( D) 



CD) 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
O) 



Add e ndum-- 

3 etroleum 8 coal products mfg. 



9,688 



137 



NONfiANK U.S. *FflL-I*TES 



Table F-24.-- 



NuTiber jf Production Workers Associated With Manufacturing SaLes of Affiliates* 
Industry of Sales Dy Industry of UBO J_/ 



[Number of employees] 



A I I 
indus- 
tries 

2/ 



Gove rn- 
men t 



Individ- 
uals* 

estates* 

and 

trusts 



Petro- 
leum 



Agri- 
culture 



lining 



Con- 

s t ruc- 

t i on 



Manufac- 
turing 



Irans- 

porta- 
t i on* 

c ommu- 

ni c a- 

t i on* 

and 

pub I i c 
mi- 
ties 



Uhole- 
aa le and 
retail 
trade 



Bank i ng 



Holding 

co«pa - 

nies 



Other 
finance 
and 
insur- 
ance 



Real 
estate 



Serv- 
ices 



<9* 



(153 



Manu facturing 



Food <4 kindred products 

Grain mill & bakery products 

Beverages . 

Other 

Chemicals <£ allied products .. 

Industrial chemicals 

Drugs 

Soap* cleaners* S toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 
Ot her 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 

Ferrojs 

Nonferrous ............... 

Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery .................... 

Machinery* except electrical 

Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Offic? i computing mach. . 

Other 

Electric % electronic equip. 

Radio* TV* & comm. ejuip. 

Electronic components .... 

Other 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products & apparel . 

Lumber % furniture ......... 

Pa per 4 allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber § Dlastics products . 

St one* clay S glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 
Motor vehic les S equipment 
Other 

Instruments & related prods. 

Cther 



Ad d e nd um-- 

3 etroleum & coal products 



*fg. 



646,531 


(D) 




79,318 


7,609 


(D) 




19,040 


699 


391 ,575 


16,000 


15,376 


66,601 







1 3,234 




9 


(0) 










38,435 


<D) 




5,556 


1 8,257 







7,698 


















6,084 







(0) 


8.048 







1 08 




9 













5.957 




7S 


(0) 


40,296 







5,428 







<D> 










26,394 


(D) 




2,189 


77,125 


(0) 




6,322 


4,599 







(D) 





55,841 







( 0) 


37,059 


374 


(D) 


3,316 







CD) 





28.727 







3 


1 5,828 


< 0) 




1,076 









3 








12,553 







3 


9,616 







1,003 


















6,007 







( D) 


6,496 







CD) 


CD) 









136 





2,590 










8,126 







220 


( D ) 






3 








5,964 










80,326 


(D) 




1 1 ,600 


<D) 






3 


7,587 





45,464 


(D) 




(D) 


44,406 


(D) 




2,1 25 


148 







5,556 





26,256 







<D) 


18,414 


(0) 




1,312 


148 




3 


859 





9,827 







209 


25,992 


378 


813 




n 







4,697 





16,429 







(0) 


35,920 







9,475 


CD) 









2,031 





19,208 


( D) 




(0) 


163,281 


506 


7,518 


CD) 




(D) 




(0) 


88 


1 1 4,315 


<D) 




1 ,204 


63,995 


(0) 




6,459 


(D) 




<D) 




(0) 


88 


45,229 


(D) 




CD) 


15,350 


( D) 




CD) 


(0) 




(D) 




1,016 





9,638 







<D) 


13,000 


169 


1 ,1 46 















88 


9,182 










7,489 







(0) 









3 








6.544 


<0) 




13 


28,156 


(D) 




4,434 




28 




7 


(D) 





1 9.865 







288 


99,286 


<D) 




1,059 


(D) 






3 


( D> 





69,086 


(0) 




(0) 


23,866 







345 


















1 5,766 


2,265 





46,293 


(0) 




(0) 


(D) 






3 


1 22 





31 ,91 1 


CD) 




CD) 


29,127 




3 


(D) 









3 


(0) 





21,409 










259,248 


( D) 




40,644 


1 ,641 







(0) 


601 


1 37, 520 


6,4 53 


( ) 


24,898 







3,587 


















16,100 







(0) 


15,427 







4,532 









3 


CD) 


130 


5,915 




3 


198 


25,248 







<D> 












1 ,120 


(0) 


10.342 







362 


23,702 


CD) 




4,012 









3 








16.556 


(0) 




(0) 


27,897 


453 


4,923 


(0) 






3 








18.198 


CD) 




(D) 


26,710 




1 


5,586 












( D) 


(0) 


10,544 


643 





53,464 


(D) 




(0) 









D 


274 





24,720 










38,581 


< D) 




(D) 









3 


274 





16,672 










14,883 


295 


CD) 









3 








8,048 







3 


32,746 







1,846 


(D> 









8 


u 


20,339 


(D) 







29,1 56 







4,839 


(0) 









476 





14,806 




6 


(D) 


10,284 







(0) 


7,977 




3 


3 





CD ) 







3 



90,935 



137 


6,707 








(D) 








(0) 


3 


107 


3,695 








9,036 


(D) 


3 


1 ,61 3 


21 





CD) 





3 


<t>) 








1,051 


20 





1,753 


(D) 





9.163 


174 


3 


7,521 








CD) 








CD) 








1,64 2 


174 


3 


21 ,906 


446 





6,1 91 


CD) 





2,755 








2,41 5 








59 


110 





2,962 


CO) 





13.71 5 


CD) 





5,490 








CD) 


CD) 





( D) 


45 





u,1 23 


CD) 





CD) 


440 





4,137 








8,906 








CD) 


98 


3 


2,728 


150 


3 


9,379 








(D) 


5* 





443 


54 





(0) 








(D) 


CD) 





6,142 





































































CD) 





165 


a 


165 


3 








CD) 





(D> 


3 


(D) 

















CD) 


3 


33 




























CD) 











CD) 








6 


29 


0. 











3 


667 





567 





O 














l 18 



NONtiANK U.S. AFF IL IA I £ S 



Table F-2 5.--Wages and Salaries Per Hour of Production Workers Associated With Manufacturing Sales 
of Affiliates* Industry of Sales by Country of UBO _W 



CDol lars] 



All coun- 
tries 

2/ 



E u rope 

Of which- 



Net her- 
lands 



United 

Kingdom 



S w i t z er ■ 
land 



Austra- 
lia* 
New Zea- 
land* 

an d 

South 

A f r i c a 



Latin 
Amer i c a 



Middle 
East 



Other 
A f r i ca* 

Asia* 

and 

Pac i f ) c 



un 1 ted 
States 



AdJen- 
djra- - 
3 £C 



(1 3) 



(11) 



(13) 



Manufacturing 



7.85 



Food (4 kindred products 

Grain mill & bakery products 

Beverau.es 

Other - 

Chemicals & allied products .. 

Industrial chemicals 

Drugs ...................... 

Soap* cleaners* S toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 

Other ................. 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 

Primary metal industries ... 

Ferrous .................. 

Non ferrous 

Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery .................... 

Machinery* except electrical 

Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Office S computing mach. . 

Other 

Electric S electronic equip. 

Radio* TV* 6 comm. equip. 

Electronic components .... 

Other 

Other manjf actu ring .......... 

Textile products & apparel . 

Lumber S furniture ......... 

Paper S allied products .... 

Printing & publishing 

Rubber & dUs tics products . 

Stone* clay & glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 
Motor vehicles 8 equipment 
Other 

Instruments S related prods. 

Other 



7.22 


8.25 


8.00 


(D) 


8.54 


(0) 


6.6? 


7. 39 


8.42 


7.59 


8.98 


CO) 


6.81 





8.42 


(D) 


9.47 


CO) 


8.1 7 


6.79 


9.62 


9.76 


10.93 


1 1.03 


11.12 


1 1.05 


10.80 


(D) 


8.02 


7.79 


7.28 


7.29 


8.45 


9.53 


8.61 


8.97 


9.34 


8.72 


7.00 


13.20 


8.35 


10.56 


6.55 


6.34 


6.09 


CD) 


6.41 


(0) 


7.14 


6.63 


7.62 


7.54 


5.44 


4.75 


5.99 


6.53 


8.65 


8.89 


8.28 


8.63 


6.92 


5.45 


7.70 


7.41 


9.93 


5.90 


10.70 


(D) 


8.03 


CD) 


5.90 


(D) 


7.10 


6.64 



7.04 


6.53 


7.40 


9.08 


8.20 


7.57 


9.60 


(D) 


7. 1 4 


6.47 


10.71 


CD) 


6.56 


4.62 


6.23 


8.46 


8.53 


7.63 


7.85 


9.90 


8.99 


8. 1 1 


3.78 


CD) 


7.01 


7.40 


5.1 7 


CD) 


8.66 


! D> 


7.50 


CD) 


9.66 


(0) 


(0) 


(D) 


8.1 6 


(0) 


8. 5". 


9.02 


10.02 


11.42 


9.29 


(0) 


11.27 


1 2.85 


9.69 


CD) 


11.71 


< D) 


10.80 


CD) 


11.00 


10.48 


6. 74 


(0) 


8.5 1 


7.10 


9. 1 4 


CD) 


7.30 


7. 13 


7.24 


6.69 


8.4 5 


7.74 


8.00 


11.54 


8.53 


CD) 


9.39 


(D) 


9.81 


8.87 


8.00 


CD) 


6.88 


(0) 


(D) 





8.23 


8. 94 


S.33 


8.71 


6.4 1 


6.26 


6.07 


(0) 


5.57 


CO) 


(0) 


CD) 


6.2 


(0) 


5.48 


(D) 


7.1 8 


5. 70 


7.40 


7.41 


7.78 


9.29 


7.10 


6.91 


5.62 


(0) 


5.20 





5.88 


( D) 


4.93 


<D) 


8.26 


CD) 


CD) 


10.23 


7.5 1 


( D) 


S.02 


CD) 


7.1 8 


7.90 


6.58 


5.79 


8.22 


(0) 


8.77 


(D) 


10.04 


1 1.30 


3.72 


8.52 


10.87 


(D) 


< D) 





8.05 


CD) 


(0) 


8.52 


5.77 


6.35 


5.28 


6.90 


7.28 


7.20 


7.09 


CD) 



7.43 

7.00 
(D) 
6.4 5 
6.66 

8.45 
9.00 
6. 96 

6. 1 1 
1 1.90 

9.38 

8.58 
9.64 
(D) 
9.51 
8. 28 

7. 51 
8.23 
7.96 
9.53 

(D) 
8.08 
6.63 
6.62 
6.58 
6.7U 

7.01 
5.67 
5.04 
9.94 
7. 53 
7. 25 
6.20 
9.07 

(D) 

CO) 
5.8S 
7.58 



9.11 

7.01 
CD) 
CD) 

6.70 

9.92 

CD) 
9.37 
8.20 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 
CD) 

CD) 
9.21 

7.63 

7.81 
CD) 
8.27 

7.63 
7.51 

CD) 
CD) 

7.96 
CD) 

3.62 
CD) 

5.35 
CD) 

9.91 
CD) 
(O) 
CO) 

6.37 

5.25 



6.92 

7.1 1 
6.50 
CD) 
7.12 

7.65 
10.09 
CD) 

3.68 
CD) 
CD) 

7.70 
9.08 
8.03 
CD) 

( D ) 

6.53 
7.34 



CD ) 
6.40 
6.30 
6.19 
5.48 
8.69 

6.77 
5.47 

< 0) 

CD) 
6.47 
7.25 

CD) 

CD) 

CO) 
7.98 
5.73 

C D) 



8.60 
4.77 

4.7? 

CD) 
CD) 



8.17 
9.00 
CO) 
9.39 
5.79 

CD) 
CD) 
9.85 



8.75 

9. 17 

9.74 
CD) 
7.29 
7.13 
7.1 3 

CD) 
CD) 



6.87 
CO) 

CD) 
CO) 

5.1 5 
CD) 

8.33 
CD) 

6.87 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

6.76 

CO) 
7.12 
7.61 

CD) 

CO) 
8. 72 

C 0) 

( 0) 

CO) 

CD) 

5.84 
CD) 



CO) 
CD) 
CD) 



6. 1 1 



CD) 
CD) 



CO) 

6. 78 



CO) 

CD) 
5. 5 5 
5.93 

CO) 

(0; 
(D) 



CD) 
CO) 



7.46 
CD) 



■4.00 
(0) 



6.80 



CO) 
5.74 



5.74 

CD) 



CD) 
7.00 



7.UU 
9.62 



6.78 



7.11 



3.54 
4.01 

: 0) 

3.78 



7.26 

CD) 
9.13 

7.i7 

O) 

'..6 7 



CD) 
CD) 



C3) 

6.00 



14 .80 
14.80 



5.06 
4.30 
4.67 


7.16 
7.21 


CD) 


0) 
5.64 


9.83 
C O) 
5.72 


8.81 
5.81 


5.64 









( 0) 
CD) 



5.50 



Add e nd um-- 

Petroteum & coal products mfg. 



9.40 



139 



Table F-<?6.--Jages and Salaries Per Hour of Production Workers Associated With Manufacturing Sales 
of Affiliates/ Industry of Sales o y Industry of U80 _1V 



NONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



tool larsJ 



A I I 
indus- 
tries 

2/ 



Govern- 
ment 



Indi vi d- 

ua Is, 
estates* 

a nd 
trusts 



Petro- 
leum 



A g r i - 
c u I t u re 



Con- 
strue- 
t i on 



Manufac- 
turing 



T r ans- 
por t a- 
ti orif 
c ommu - 
ni ca- 
tion^ 
and 
pub I i c 
utili- 
ties 



Who le- 

sa le and 

re tai I 

trade 



Ban king 



Hold ing 
coapa- 

nies 



Other 
f i nance 

and 
i nsur- 

anc e 



Real 
estate 



Serv- 
ices 



CO 



(9) 



Manufacturing 



Food S kindred products 

Grain mill 5, bakery products 

Beverages 

Other 

Chemicals & allied products .. 

Indus trial chemicals 

Drugs 

Soap* cleaners/ S toiletries 

Agricultural chemicals 

Other 

Primary % fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 

Ferrous 

Nonf errous ............... 

Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery 

Machinery/ except electrical 

Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Office & computing mach. . 

Other 

Electric & electronic equip. 

Radio/ TV/ S comm. equip. 

Electronic components .... 

Othe r 

Other manufacturing 

Textile products K apparel . 

Lumber £ furniture 

Paper 4 allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber s plastics products . 

Stone/ clay S glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 
Motor vehicles £ equipment 
Othe r 

Instruments % related prods. 

Other 



7.22 





8.00 





8.54 





6.67 





8. 42 


( D) 


8.98 


7.76 


6.81 


5.20 


8.42 





9.47 





8.1 7 






9.62 (D) 

1 0.93 <0> 
11.12 8.30 

10.80 6.71 

8.32 



7.28 
8.45 
8.61 
9.34 
7.00 
8.35 
6.55 
6.39 
6.41 
7.14 

7.62 
5. 4 <. 
5.99 
8.65 
8.28 
6.92 
7.70 
9.93 
1 0.70 
8.03 
5.90 
7.10 



7. 38 

8.30 
8.09 

(0) 
(D) 



6.30 
6.33 

( D) 
( 0) 
1 2.42 



7.00 

6.90 
7.80 
6. 43 
5.85 

7.67 
( D) 

6. 73 
6.45 

(0) 
8.03 

7. 38 
1 1 .04 
10. 98 
11.15 

6. 62 

8.14 
8.65 
8.42 

8. 77 
(0) 

8.77 
4.90 

( D) 

CD) 

4. 62 

6.60 
5.42 
5.62 
( D) 
6.08 

5. 55 
8. 47 

(0) 
(D) 
CD) 
6.14 

6. 19 



(0) 

(0) 

(D> 



9.76 

8.02 
8.02 



1 1 .25 

1 1 .66 



< D ) 

(D) 

CD) 

7.59 

7.59 

( 0) 

( D ) (D) 

(0) ( D ) 

(D) 6.56 



8.87 

(D) 



CD) 



8.4 5 


8.66 


7.83 


6.27 


6.63 


6.09 


8.0* 


6.54 








7.17 


CD) 


6.26 


6.09 


9.41 











8.46 





CD) 





CD) 











8.49 


4.00 


4.51 





CD) 











6.63 


CD) 


6.1 5 


6.09 


CD) 





(D) 





8.1 1 





CD) 





9.47 


CD) 


<D> 





8.73 











8.83 


7.18 








7.10 











CD) 











7.32 





<D) 





CD) 





8.72 





9.71 











12.58 


10.10 








7.63 











10.21 


7.28 


9.56 





10.14 


CD) 


(D) 





11.32 


7.80 


10.83 





1 0.84 





CD) 





12.12 





10.71 





10.05 





10.55 





(S) 





1 0.81 





1 1 .32 





CD) 





a. 25 





6.39 





9.15 


(D) 


CD) 





8.06 


7.80 


(0) 


7.2S 


7.27 


(D) 


7.25 





7.71 


5.67 


< 0) 


7.25 


8.66 


CD) 


7.41 





7.70 


6.68 


7.32 





8.96 





CD) 





8.24 








7.25 


10.09 











6.81 











7.1 1 


CD) 


10.00 





5. <• <• 


7.69 


8.19 





8.37 





5.26 





7.97 


5.94 


CD) 





6.38 


CD) 


CD) 





7.72 


(0) 








5.65 


6.53 








7.44 





4.30 





6.19 


C D) 


CD) 





CD) 


CD) 


6.94 





7.22 











(D) 


4.19 


9.47 


8.86 


7.58 


5.98 


5.37 





7.03 


6.52 








5.32 





CD) 





(0) 


6.09 


CD) 


7.19 


5.95 





3.32 





6.65 





1 3.38 


8.09 


9.21 





6.78 





8.26 


— - 








9.01 


7.55 


CD) 





(D) 


9.69 








7.48 


CD) 


CD) 





5.99 


6.27 


CD) 


CD) 


8.01 


6.01 








7.02 





7.1 3 





9.16 











CD) 


8.59 


7.13 





9.42 











7.22 


8.59 








8.62 











CD) 





6.44 





5.73 


CD) 








CD) 


3.91 


9.90 





7.80 


3.89 


CD) 





6.-6 






7.5 5 



1 1 .83 



6.S9 



(D) 

10.14 
10. 14 

CD) 

CD) 
(D) 



CD) 
7.6 5 



CD) 
3.10 
8.81 



7.4 8 
7.4 8 



Add e nd um-- 

PetroCeum & coal products mfy. 



11.49 






l.in 



NONuAlMK U. S. AFFILIATES 



— U.S. Merchandise Trade of Affiliates* Product. 
Use by Transactor 



LM » I I 1 on s of dollars] 



Whose Product* and Intended 



Exports shipped by affiliates 



To the 

for e i gn 

parent 

group 



To other 
forei gners 



Imports shipped to affiliates 



By t he 

foreign 

parent 

g roup 



Qy other 
foreigners 



(1 ) 
52*1 99 



(?) ( i) U) (3) it) 

20*933 31*216 ? 5*803 4 7*01 U 26*79 3 



Total 

d y produc t 
Food and live animals chiefly for food 1/ .... 

Beverages and tobacco ........................ 

Crude materials* inedible* except fuels 1/ ... 

Petroleum and proaucts II - 

Coal* coke* and briquets 

Chemicals a" u related prooucts . 

Machinery .................................... 

Road vehicles and parts 3/ 

Other transport equipment 3/ ................. 

Metal manufactures 

Other 

B y who s e product 

Products of shipper , 

Products of others 

8 y intended use 

Capital equipment UJ 

Goods for resale without further manufacture . 
Goods for further -n an uf a c t u r e * and other uses 



19,358 


6,380 


12,9/8 


6,452 


1 ,875 


4,577 


4 89 


260 


229 


777 


552 


225 


9.361 


4,175 


5,186 


3,744 


1 , V 4 


2,650 


2,295 


755 


1,540 


11,719 


2,606 


V , 1 1 4 


2,1 81 


1 ,508 


674 


82 


<0) 


<D) 


4,4 11 


1 ,9U2 


2,509 


2,955 


2,235 




5,429 


2,603 


2,826 


11,465 


1 0,224 


1 ,iU 1 


1,219 


212 


1,007 


1 6,370 


( 0) 


(0) 


878 


414 


464 


1 ,001 


81 3 


188 


3,1 80 


1,421 


1 ,7o4 


1 0,806 


7,761 


3,045 


3,392 


1 ,353 


2,03i> 


10,731 


( 0) 


(D) 



10,713 
4 1 ,4b5 



3,401 
1 7,582 



7,313 
23,903 



35,1 27 
1 1 ,883 



447 


Hi 


208 


59,260 


39,346 


1 9,91 2 


16,097 


7,4^4 


8,o73 



141 



NONSANK U.S. AFf IllU£S 



Table G-2. — U.S. Merchandise Trade of Affiliates/ 

Transactor 



Country of Destination or Origin by 



trillions of dollars] 





Exports shipped by affiliates 


Imports shipped to affiliates 




Tota I 


To the 

foreign 

parent group 


To other 
f or e i gne r s 


Total 


By the 

f or e i gn 

parent g roup 


By other 
t or e i gner s 




(1 ) 


(2) 


(3) 


U) 


(5) 


(6) 



coun tries 



Europe 

European Communities (°) 

Belgium 

Denmark ............... 

France 

Germany ............... 

Ireland ............... 

Italy 

Netherlands ........... 

United Kingdom ........ 



Other Europe ........... 

Austria 

Finland .............. 

Liechtenstein ........ 

Norway ............... 

Spain ................ 

Sweden ............... 

Switzerland 

Ot her .. 

Western Europe/ nee 
Eastern Europe 

Poland 

Romania .......... 

U. S. S. P 

Other 



Japan ... 

Aus t r a I i a 

Australia .. 
New Zealand 
South Africa 



Zealand/ S S.Africa 



15,553 


8,730 


678 


1 78 


1 ,056 


2,013 


70 


1,182 


2,066 


1,486 


6,858 


62 


1 06 


205 


1,15 1 


238 


346 


4, 749 


805 


3,944 


450 


344 


2,400 


750 


18,583 


',M] 


293 


50 


21 7 



3,085 

11 8 

17 

313 

f./n 

4 

350 

1,118 

544 

675 

31 

!'■ 

1 

28 

158 

149 

219 

75 

32 

43 

(D) 

( • I 



137 

:-; k 
10 
39 



31,216 


1,670 


1 1,829 


5,646 


560 


161 


743 


1,394 


66 


832 


949 


942 


6,183 


32 


90 


( •) 


1 77 


994 


89 


1 27 


4,674 


774 


3,901 


(0) 


344 


2,395 


(0 ) 



5,1 58 

423 

205 

40 

178 



8,221 


781 


248 


2,202 


7,724 


63 


1,025 


988 


5,190 


4,21 1 


1 32 


73 


(0) 


702 


1 69 


1,1 58 


1,282 


(0) 


(0) 


242 


108 


18 


<D> 


( D) 



24,985 

2,207 
782 

384 
1 ,042 



47,010 


5,097 


15,580 


12,901 


555 


170 


1 ,91 9 


6,569 


41 


759 


794 


2,093 


2,679 


94 


25 


CD) 


CD) 


105 


1,114 


883 


31 5 


265 


51 


33 





1 r 



20,829 

1,019 
448 
270 
301 



6,852 

5,319 

225 

77 

283 

1 ,1 55 

21 

267 

193 

3,097 

1 ,532 

38 
48 

( •) 

(0) 
64 
44 
399 

<D) 

<D) 
192 
75 
18 

(0) 

(0) 

4 ,1 56 

1,189 
334 
1 14 
741 



Latin Ame rua 



785 



4, 724 



8,052 



991 



7,062 



South & Central America 

Argentina 

Br azi I 

Mexico ................ 

Panama ............... 

Venezuela ............ 

Ot her 

Chile 

Colombia ........... 

Ecuador ............ 

Peru 

Othe r 



Other Western Hemisphere . 
Bahamas ...... .......... 

Bermuda ................ 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. islands, Caribbean 
Ot her 



Middle East 

Israel 

Other 

Kuuai t 

Lebanon ............. 

Saudi Arabia ........ 

United Arab Emirates 
Ot her 



Other Africa, Asia, & Pacific .. 

Other Africa 

Algeria .................... 

Libya 

Other Saharan 

Nigeria 

Other Sub-Saharan 

Other Asia & Pacific 

Hong Kong 

Philippines ................ 

South Korea ............ . 

Other 

India 

Indonesia ................ 

Malaysia ................. 

People's Republic of China 

Taiwan 

Other 



una I locat ed 1 / 
Addendum--0PEC 



4,884 


218 


900 


1,887 


1 1 3 


547 


1 ,220 


337 


281 


169 


170 


.".'. 


,,::, 


214 


39 


(D) 


(0) 


1 47 


1 ,61 4 


372 


1 ,242 


49 


49 


; : i 


32 


392 


7,050 


1,139 


1 09 


46 


429 


202 


353 


5,911 


410 


313 


1,286 


3,902 


31 1 


329 


1 91 


1,188 


1,1 37 


746 


394 


2,426 



49 
183 
168 

.'.■ 

110 

137 

80 

1 1 

6 

14 

27 

116 
ID ) 
(D) 
<D ) 


16 

688 
<D) 
(0 ) 

2 
1 
<D ) 

5 
71 

1 59 
ID) 

4 

24 

86 

<D> 

763 

10 8 

98 

163 

394 

7 

58 

49 

(0) 

1 1 3 
( D ) 

36 

764 



4,215 
170 
71 7 

1,719 

88 

437 

1 ,083 
257 
269 
163 
157 
237 

509 
CD) 
CD) 

( D I 
(0 ) 
131 

926 
CD) 
(0 > 

47 
4b 

(D) 

27 
321 

6,1 28 

980 

(D) 
42 
405 
116 

(D) 

5,149 
302 
216 

1,123 

3,508 
304 
271 
142 

(0) 

1 ,024 

(D) 

358 
1 ,662 



6,354 


233 


1 ,081 


2,252 


1 03 


953 


2,228 


1 20 


631 


333 


443 


700 


1,198 


1 86 


(0) 


4 47 


(D) 


419 


1,333 


(D) 


ID ) 


(D) 


3 


6 51 


346 


208 


9,914 


4,895 


1,274 


829 


16 


1,710 


1 ,066 


5,319 


397 


789 


1,165 


2,668 


80 


565 


597 


80 


887 


4 59 



108 



791 

<D> 
303 
237 

(D) 

( 0) 
149 

<D> 

(0) 

(D) 
64 
7 

200 

(0) 

(•) 

( D) 


2 

516 
(D) 
(0) 
CD) 

3 
(0) 
(D) 
CD) 

2,967 

1 ,01 8 

(0) 

CD) 

<D> 

(DJ 
364 

1 ,94 9 

245 

187 

526 

990 

22 

65 

279 

1 1 

40 ' 

2 1 .' 

12 

1 ,081 



6,063 

< D) 

778 
2,015 

< D) 
(D) 
2,079 
<D) 
CD) 
CD) 

379 
693 

999 
( D) 
CD) 
(0) 
(0) 

41 6 

81 7 
1 5 

802 
CD) 


( 0) 
(D) 
CD) 

6,948 
3 ,878 
CD) 

li) 

cd) 

CD) 

702 

3,070 

151 

602 

639 

1 ,678 

59 

500 

31 8 

69 

485 

248 

96 

5,702 



NUN6AUK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table G-3.--U.S. Merchandise Trade of Affiliates, Industry of Affiliate by Transactor 

CM i I I i on s of dollarsJ 



Exports shipped oy affiliates 



To the 

f ore i gn 

parent group 



To other 
foreigners 



Imports shipped to affiliates 



By t he 

foreign 

parent group 



By other 
forei jners 



(2) 



(<• ) 
75,303 



(5) 
47,010 



(6) 
28,793 



All industries 



Mining 

Metal mining ................. 

Coal 

Nonmetallic minerals, ex. fuels 

Petroleum 

Oil . gas extraction 

Crude pet. (no refin.) & gas 
Oil & gas field services ... 

Petroleum & coal products mfg. 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 

Other 



810 
(D ) 

607 
CD) 

997 
10 


10 
(D) 
(D) 
(•) 



299 


( • ) 




CD) 




(0 > 




602 




'. 









6 


(D) 




(0) 




CO 





51 1 
(0) 
CD) 
CD) 

395 
A 

D 

A 
CD) 
CD) 



28 
5 
CD ) 
CO) 

10,588 
3 

(«) 

3 

(D) 

(0) 

1 



25 
3 

(0) 
(0) 

2 ,78A 
2 

i 
2 



(0) 
(0) 



2 
2 

( o 

7 ,8U4 
1 

( •) 

1 

< 0) 

CD) 

c o 



Manufacturing 



9,045 



Food & kindred products ...... 

Grain mill & bakery products 
Beverages .................. 

Other 

Chemicals & allied products .. 

Industrial chemicals 

Drugs 

Soap, cleaners, i toiletries 

Agricultural chemicals 

Other 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 

Ferrous 

Nonferrous 

Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery .................... 

Machinery, except electrical 

Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Office s computing mach. . 

Other 

Electric & electronic equip. 

Radio, TV, & co mm. equip. 

Electronic components .... 

Other 

Other manufacturing 

Textile products £ apparel . 

Lumber i furniture 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing i publishing 

Rubber & plastics products . 

Stone, clay S glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 
Motor vehicles & equipment 
Othe r 

Instruments S related prods. 

Other 



Wholesale trade 

Motor vehicles 5 equipment 

Metals & minerals 

Other durable goods ....... 

Farm-product raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade 

Food strs.,eat. & drink. places 
Retail trade, nee 



61 7 


48 


19 


549 


2,1 29 


1 ,405 


210 


1 93 


CD) 


CD) 


1,059 


854 


180 


674 


205 


2,939 


1,498 


41 2 


260 


348 


478 


1,441 


(0) 


861 


CD) 


2,300 


60 


1 32 


383 


76 


61 


61 


1,217 


979 


239 


151 


159 


40,662 


2,532 


1 5,397 


2,673 


19,196 


1 ,1 64 


501 


14 


487 



2,642 

125 
(D ) 
CD) 
CD) 

822 
529 
150 
1 13 

CD) 

CD) 

295 
270 

43 
228 

25 

1 ,009 

425 

84 

48 

66 

227 

584 

CD ) 

266 
CD) 

391 
24 
28 

166 

25 

1 7 

9 



1 

59 
56 

1 7,258 
( D > 
6,682 
1,489 
7,044 
CD) 

103 
2 

101 



6,402 

492 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

1 ,308 

876 

60 

81 

CD) 

CD) 

763 
584 
138 
447 
179 

1 ,931 

1,073 
328 
21 2 
283 
251 
85b 

CD ) 
594 

CD) 

1 ,909 

36 

105 

217 

50 

44 

53 

1,209 

971 

92 

103 

23,404 

CD) 

8,41 5 

1 ,1 84 
12,152 

CD ) 

398 

12 

386 



1U,4 1 3 



7,803 

466 
( D) 

324 
CD) 

1 ,387 
1 ,030 
153 
75 
C D) 
CD) 



1 ,336 

1,19 2 

236 

956 

143 

3,086 

1,270 

102 

1 75 

< D) 
(0) 

1 ,815 
52 6 
426 
363 

1,533 

66 
75 
( D) 

ki 

85 
81 
543 
CO) 
C D) 

253 
CD) 

36,063 
CO) 

6,645 
9,298 
1,897 

< 0) 

in 

( D) 
( D) 



2,6U5 

485 
( 0) 

83 
(D) 

357 

1 M 
34 
58 

( 0) 

CD) 

', ' 3 
481 

83 
', i . 

57 

', t, ', 

167 

37 

1 4 

( 0) 

< D) 

198 

133 
31 

8 (. 1 
32 
11 

C a) 

50 

41 

34 

409 

( 0) 

(0) 
33 

(0) 

1 7,948 
( 0) 
9,1 73 
1 ,1 73 
2,855 
C 0) 

384 
C D) 
CD) 



Finance, except banking 
Insurance 



Real estate 



Other industries 

Agriculture 

Forestry s fishing 

Construction ................. 

Transportation 

Communication & pub. utilities 
Services 

Hotels S oth. lodging places 

Business services 

Motion oictures & TV tape .. 

Engineering S architecture . 

Other 



CO 
CD) 



43 
5 
1 

35 



10 


1 1 

14 



C*> 
CD) 

CD) 



1 4 
1 
1 

11 




(O 
CO) 



2 



CO 

104 
45 
< • ) 
30 
5 
( • ) 
24 

CD) 



1 1 

( D ) 



10 



CO 

1 37 
1 1 
C • ) 

42 
CD) 
(0) 

39 
< •) 

7 
CD) 

9 
CD) 



1 I 



I • I 
CD) 
CO) 
CD) 

( O 



CO 
< O 
CO 



4 9 
7 





CD) 
CO) 

c o 
1 
c o 



i 

I 

2 

10 



LI I 



NONflANj* U.S. Affl L UJ"E5 



Table G-4. — U.S. Merchandise Trade of Affiliates* Country and Industry of U60 by 

Transactor 

CMiLlions of dollars! 





Exports shipped oy affiliates 


Imports shipped to affiliates 




Total 


To the 

f ore i gn 

pa rent group 


To other 
foreigners 


Total 


By t he 

f or e i gn 

pa r en t group 


By other 
foreigners 




(1 ) 


£2) 


(3) 


CO 


C S) 


(b) 



All countries/ all industries 
By country 
Canaca 



Europe 



European Communities (9) 

Belgium 

Denmark ............... 

France 

Germany 

Ireland 

Italy 

Luxembourg .. . ......... 

Netherlands ........... 

United Kingdom ........ 



Other Europe ... 
Au stria ...... 

Finland 

Li ech t en s t e i n 

No rway 

Spain 

Sui eden 

Sw i tz e r I and . « 
Ot her 



Japan 

Australia* N.Zealand/ & S.Africa 



Latin Ame r i c a 



South & Central America 
Argentina ............ 

Brazil 

Mexico 

Panama 

Venezuela 

Ot her 



Other Western Hemisphere . 

Bahamas 

Bermuda 

father Lands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands/ Caribbean 
Ot her 



Middle East 

Israel 

Other 

Kuuai t 

Lebanon ............. 

Sa udi Arabia 

United Arab Emirates 
Ot her 



Other Africa/ Asia/ £ Pacific 

Other Africa 

Other Asia S, Pacific 

Hong Kong 

Philippines 

South Korea .............. 

Ot her 



United States 



Add end urn— OPEC 



1,792 


953 


840 


5,553 


4,599 


954 


23,345 


4, 591 


13,754 


33,274 


1 8,776 


14,499 


19,844 


3,352 


16,493 


28,381 


15,811 


12,270 


263 


CD) 


<D) 


598 


356 


242 


(0) 


5 


CD) 


268 


(D) 


CD) 


10,209 


319 


9,891 


3,749 


2,71 9 


1 ,030 


5,328 


1,060 




2,268 


7,519 


6,644 


875 


2 


2 


CO) 


(0) 


( «) 


605 


379 


226 


763 


654 


109 


CD) 

1 ,934 


CD) 
'804 


156 
1,133 


CfiJ— 

<f6,4 36_V 
8,4 9'9 


175 
2,323 

2,755 


(D) 
4,112 


3,196 


-692 


2,504 


5,743 














3,501 


1,240 


2,262 


5,1 94 


2,965 


2,229 


35 


ID) 


(D) 


103 


80 


22 


5 


2 


3 


25 


16 


9 


(0) 


CD) 


CD) 


1 08 


(0) 


(D> 


26 


< D ) 


( D) 


97 


73 


1 9 


1 





1 


41 


(0) 


<D) 


385 


205 


1 83 


1 ,969 


1,287 


682 


2,898 


92 7 


1 ,971 


2,498 


1 ,114 


1 ,384 


(0) 


2 5 


(0) 


353 


284 


69 


19,136 


14,167 


4,969 


( 2 7,6 5 3 


21 ,920 


5 ,733 


(0) 


12 


CD) 


( D) 


530 


CD) 


1 ,241 


466 


776 


1 ,1 96 


395 


800 


(D) 


(0) 


(D) 


1,041 


336 


705 


(0) 


(03 


1 











CD) 


69 


CD) 


93 


( D) 


C D) 


1 04 


54 


50 


279 


112 


166 


156 


83 


73 


564 


11 1 


4 53 


CD) 





CD ) 


(D) 





CD) 


1 79 


(0) 


<D> 


CO) 


(D) 


CD) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


155 


60 


95 


(D) 


(D) 


(0) 


66 


(0) 


(D) 


(0) 





(D) 


(0) 


1 D) 


(D) 


jo) 


CD) 


(D) 


(0) 


CD) 


4 


(D) 


(D) 


(• ) 


C*) 


i *) 


( •) 


2 


C* ) 


2 


2 


<*) 


1 


777 


<D ) 


(D) 


CD) 


CD) 


31 


198 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


31 


579 


CD ) 


CO ) 


CO 





(«) 


4 


2 


2 











75 





75 


< •) 





( •) 


!D> 


( D) 


co) 





I) 























CD) 





( ) 








J 


(0) 


(0 ) 


( 0) 


(0) 


668 


CD) 


<D> 





(D) 


CD) 





(D) 


343 


CO ) 


(D) 


969 


668 


301 


1 58 


(D) 


(D) 


2 58 


138 


120 


25 


(0 ) 


CD) 


CD) 


(D) 


( D) 


132 


1 1 6 


1 7 


490 


(D) 


CD) 


27 


5 


22 


CD) 


14 


CO) 


(D) 


1 


CD) 


CO) 


CD) 


CO) 


CD) 


(D ) 


28 


CD) 


I •> 


(D) 



By industry 

Government ..................... 

Individuals/ estates/ S trusts . 

Pet r o I eum 

Agri culture 

Mining ......................... 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transp./ comm./ & puO. utilities 
Wholesale and retail trade ..... 

Banking ........................ 

Holding companies .............. 

Other finance and insurance .... 

Real estate 

Services 



1,495 


CD) 


7,578 


847 


1 ,344 


568 


(0) 


(D ) 


(0 ) 


109 


64 


36 


7,843 


3,618 


377 


CD) 


19,652 


13,964 


<D> 


CD) 


6,964 


655 


188 


CD ) 


<*) 


C*) 


356 


251 



CD) 


1,551 


966 


6,731 


2,997 


1,250 


776 


9,369 


2,774 


110 


548 


CD) 


CD) 


CD) 


1 ,3 50 


28 


27 


CD) 


4,225 


28,426 


26,230 


CD) 


4 1 4 


335 


5,688 


20,653 


1 3,161 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


6,309 


2,788 


733 


CD) 


1 88 


54 


3 


2 


2 


105 


(D) 


23 



585 
1,747 
7,095 
C D) 
CD) 
CD) 
2,1 96 
79 
7,492 
C D) 
2,054 

134 
( •) 
CO) 






MUNdANK U.S. AFflLU'ti 



Table G-5.--U.S. Merchandise Trade of Affiliates* Country of Foreign Parent by Transactor 

[Millions of dollars] 



Exports 
Total 



shipped by affiliates 



To t he 

foreign 

parent gr oup 



To other 
foreigners 



Imports 
Tot a I 



shipped to affiliates 



3y the 

foreign 

parent group 



By other 
forei gners 



( 1 ) 

52,199 

1*42? 

26*925 

24,909 
223 
(D) 

9*98". 
2*979 
(0) 
1 5 
1 39 
8*583 
2*859 

2*316 

33 

4 

1 5 

26 

1 

385 

1 *523 

29 



(2) 

20.983 

945 

3* 742 

2*979 
(0) 

5 

243 

924 

5 

4 

(D ) 

1*056 

62 2 

762 
(0 ) 

2 
(D) 
(D ) 



20 5 

484 

25 



(3) 

31*216 

482 

23*193 

21 *930 
(0) 
( D) 
9, 741 
2*055 
(0 ) 

1 2 
( D) 
7*52? 
2,236 

1 *253 
CD) 

3 
(D) 
(0) 

1 

180 

1*039 

4 



(4) 

75.303 

5*647 

38*495 

33*1 53 
599 
(0) 

2.638 

6.887 

(0) 

1 75 

398 

16,908 

5,253 

5,342 

1 00 

25 

16 

97 

41 

1,925 

2,799 

340 



C5) 

47,010 

4,91 J 

1 7,81 1 

1 4,693 
387 
1 43 

1 ,655 
6,169 
( 0) 
(0) 

272 
3,373 

2 ,504 

3,113 
78 
21 
12 

73 
( 0) 
1 .243 
1 .37J 
I 0) 



(6) 

28,793 
737 

20,684 

18,46 
21 1 
< 0) 
983 
71 8 
( *) 
I 0) 
1 26 
13.534 
2.749 

2.224 

22 

3 

4 

19 

( 0) 

682 
1 .429 
( D) 



All countries 



Europe 

European Communities (9) 

Belgium 

Denmark 

F r anc e 

Germany 

Ireland 

Italy 

Luxemoourg 

Netherlands 

United Kingdom 



Other Europe ... 
Austria ...... 

Finland ...... 

Liecht en stein 

Norway 

Spain 

Swede n . 

Switzerland .. 
Ot her 



Japar 

Australia. M.Zealand, & S.Africa 
Latin Am erica 



19,127 

50 

3,795 



14,162 

8 

1 ,345 



4,965 
42 

2,451 



27,641 

375 

2.745 



21 .908 

271 

1 .346 



5.733 

105 

1 ,399 



South S Central America 

Ar gent ina 

Brazil 

Mexico 

Panama 

Venezuela ............ 

Ot her 



Other Western Hemisphere ..... 

Bahamas .................... 

Bermuda 

Netherlands Antilles 

U.K. Islands, Caribbean .... 
Other 



672 
<t>) 
(0) 
91 
298 

CD) 

3.123 
([> ) 

1 56 
2.802 
CD) 

1 



285 
CO ) 
<D) 
CD ) 

122 

(D ) 

1 .060 
ID ) 
CD ) 

865 
CD ) 



38S 



(0) 

(D) 
1 75 

2 

2.063 
(D ) 
CD) 
1 .936 
(0) 

1 



996 



51 

265 

638 
( * ) 
42 

1 . 749 
298 
733 
581 

<D> 

(D) 



.' h 1 
d 
(0) 

< 0) 

13d 

(0) 

1 .065 
(0) 
( D> 
31 6 

< 0) 



71 5 


C 0) 
( D) 

508 
( •) 
CD, 

684 
( D) 
< 0) 

265 
76 
( 0) 



Middle Eas t 

Israel 

Other 

Kuwai t 

Lebanon 

Saudi Arabia 

United Arab Emirates 

Ct her 



Other Africa. Asia, i Pacific 

Other Africa 

Other Asia i Pacific 

Hong Kony 

Philippines 

South Korea 

Ot her 



CD) 
CD) 
CD) 



Addend um--OPEC 



(D) 


(D) 

CD) 

1 
(D) 
CD) 
(D) 
132 
13 

CD) 



CD ) 
(D) 
CD ) 



23 



CD) 
CD) 



1 

1 1 h 
5 



CD) 
CD) 



69 

1 

68 



CD) 
CD) 



17 

7 



12 



CD) 
CD) 

(*) 




(• ) 




CD) 

CD) 
773 
206 

CD) 

490 
(D) 

c*> 



CD) 

( D) 






J 



CD) 
CD) 

CD) 

133 
(D) 
< 0) 

1 4 

C») 



CD) 
CD) 

( • ) 



CD) 
CD) 



C D) 
CD) 



145 



NOHBAWK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table G-6.--0.S. Exports 



Shipped by Affiliates* Industry of Affiliate 

[Millions of dollars] 



by Country of U80 



AIL coun- 
tries 



£ ur ope 

Of whi ch- 



Nether- 
lands 



Uni ted 
Kingdom 



Switzer- 
land 



Austra- 
lia* 
New Zea- 
land* 

and 

South 

Africa 



Latin 
America 



Middle 
East 



Other 
A t r i ca* 

Asia* 

and 

Pacific 



un i ted 
States 



Ado en- 

djB — 
(PEC 



(1) 

52*199 

810 

997 

9*045 

617 

2,129 

1*405 
210 
193 

(0) 

(D) 



< 2) 

1 *792 

(D) 

(D) 
995 
154 
33 



(3) 

23*345 

(D) 

906 
6*399 

218 

1,965 

1*383 
1 01 
1 80 

(0) 

(D) 



(4) 

10*.209 

(D> 

(D) 

1*44 7 

1 

179 
31 



(D) 

(D 1 



(5) 
3*328 


(D) 

1 *520 
1 4 

632 

466 
( D ) 

10 
(D) 
(0) 



(6) 

1 ,934 

<D> 

(0) 

637 

(D) 

206 
(D) 

3 
(D) 






(7) 

3*196 

CD, 

(0) 

1 ,628 
123 

593 

543 
2 

(0) 

4 

<D) 



(8) 

2*898 

(0) 



543 

(0) 

250 
<D) 

74 
<D) 



z 



(9) 

19*1 36 



<D> 

761 

1 H 

83 
( D) 
(D) 

(D) 


(•) 



(10, 

(D) 
(D, 



(11 ) 

1,241 





661 



(D) 



(12, 
777 


10) 
(D) 
(D) 
<D) 



(13, 

<D, 





16 

(d; 
( *) 



(14, 

(0) 



(151 

(DJ 





20 



1 
G 
& 
1 





All industries 



Mining 
Pet r o I eu.ii 



Manufacturing ............ 

Food S kindred products 



Chemicals & allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs 

Soap* cleaners* s toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 
Other . 



( D) 



1 




56 

1 







( u) 

( • ) 



(0) 



<») 



Primary S fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery 

Machinery, except electrical 
Electric s electronic equip. 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products S apparel . 
Lumber s furniture ......... 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber s plastics products . 
Stone, clay S glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments £ related prods. 
Other 

Wholesale trade 

Motor vehicles & equipment ... 

Metals & minerals 

Other durable goods 

Farm-product raw materials ... 
Other nondurable goods 

Retail trade 

Food strs.,eat. S drink. places 
Retail trade, nee ............ 



Finance, except banking 
Insurance .............. 



Real estate 



Other industries ............... 

Agriculture 

Forestry S fishing ........... 

Construction 

Transportation 

Communication S pub. utilities 
Services ..................... 



1 ,059 
854 
205 

2,939 

1,498 
1 *441 

2*300 

60 

132 

383 

76 

61 

61 

1 ,21 7 

151 

159 

40,662 
2,532 

15*097 
2*673 

19*196 
1*164 

501 

14 

487 



43 
5 
1 

35 



1 30 

1 1 1 

19 

586 
(0) 
(D) 



93 

5 



<D) 
(0) 
(0) 



(D) 
(D) 



376 



279 

36 
( D) 
(0) 

(D) 

1 
( D) 









(D) 
(D, 



637 
4 98 
1 38 

1 ,751 

1*073 

679 

1 ,827 
48 
57 
189 
27 
47 
57 

1 ,1 96 

1 12 

95 

1 5*1 67 
1 99 

(0) 

1*107 
1 2*1 54 

<D) 

ID) 

12 
(0) 

(*> 



91 

37 
3 

29 
2 
1 

19 



251 
249 

2 



59 



<D> 
(D) 



957 





(D) 

(*) 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(0) 
(0) 

6 
(0) 
(D, 

(D) 

(D) 

( • ) 



49 
18 
32 

360 
173 
187 

465 

3 

53 

4 

<D) 

21 
(D> 
300 

44 
(D ) 

1*731 
(0 ) 

501 
(D) 
(0) 
<D) 

(D) 

( D ) 

1 







30 



<D) 

( •) 


3 



<0> 

<D) 

1 

314 
(0) 
(D) 

12 
3 
3 


(*) 

(D) 

<•) 



<D) 

(») 

353 

<D) 

(0) 
53 
52 
70 

3 


3 

3 



3 

3 


3 
J 

3 



102 

5 

97 

521 

442 

79 

289 
33 


(0) 

6 
18 

4 
(•) 

39 
(D) 

1,171 
2 
191 
491 
284 
203 

(0) 



(0) 
(D) 



1 40 
(D) 
(0) 

50 
(D> 


3 

3 



2*314 

(») 

(t>> 

(D) 

(0) 

(0, 

(D) 



(0) 
(0) 
(») 


















o 


30 


(D) 


16 


(D) 








4 


(•) 


2 





1 


□ 


7 






32 

13 



(03 

( D ) 

(*) 
(D, 
(0) 



18,270 
ID) 
8,181 
809 
6,664 
(D) 















7 


(D) 









(D) 





( D) 
(S) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(0) 
(D) 
(0) 

(D) 
(0) 
(D) 



2 




(D) 

1 

J 


(D) 

551 

(D) 

53 

63 

337 

<D> 

19 



19 



(0) 

( •) 



(D) 

( *) 
(0) 

(0) 

(D, 



(0) 
(D) 








o 

2 

(0) 




233 
(D) 
(D) 
ID) 
ID) 
48 

(D) 








5 


(0) 

(•) 



( D, 
(*) 



(*) 
(*) 



<D> 





1 











(0, 








ID) 


C 






(D, 




















































6 























5 


: 







: 








146 



NONbANK U.S. AFFlLi*IES 



Table G-7.--U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates to the Foreign Parent Group* 

by Country of UBO 

[Millions of dollars] 



Industry of Affiliate 



All coun- 
tries 



Europe 

Of whi ch- 



G er many 



Nether- 
lands 



Uni t ed 
k i ny d om 



Sw it zer- 
land 



Austra- 
lia. 
New Zea- 
land. 

and 

South 

Africa 



Latin 
Ame r 1 c a 



Middle 
East 



other 
Africa* 

Asia. 

and 

Pac i f ic 



uni ted 
States 



Adden- 
dum — 
0>EC 



< 1 ) 

20.98 3 

299 

602 

2.642 

125 

822 
529 

150 
1 1 3 

( D) 

(D) 

295 

270 

25 

1 .009 
425 
584 

391 
24 
28 

166 
25 
17 
9 
8 
59 
56 



(2) 

953 
(0) 
(D) 

443 
( D) 

(0) 

(0) 


(0) 
<D> 



CD) 
(0) 



( 0) 
(D) 
CD) 



(3) 

4.591 

CD) 

573 

1 .487 

<D> 

710 

518 

69 

1 05 
<D> 
<D) 

65 
52 

13 

527 
217 

310 



(4 ) 

319 
(D) 
CD) 
79 
II 

1 9 

1 1 
CD) 






CD) 
CD) 



C5) 

1 .060 

CD) 

431 
CD) 

223 

202 
CD) 
(D ) 


(0 ) 

12 
9 



CD) 
CD) 



C6) 

804 
CD) 
CD) 

216 

I 

83 
(D) 



C7> 

692 
CO 

1 

308 

3 

166 
1 34 
2 
CD) 

4 
(D ) 

7 
1 



52 
31 
21 



C8) 

927 

1 



CD) 

CD) 

2J7 
(D) 
CD) 
CO) 



1 

CD) 
(0) 



CD) 
CD) 



C9) 

14.167 



CO) 

CD) 

95 

CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

< D) 



< • ) 

CD) 

CD) 

( • ) 



CD) 
CD) 



(10) 
1 2 


) 



C 11 ) 

460 



C 12) 
CD) 



(1 5) 
CO) 



All industries 



Mining ................... 

Petroleum 

Manufacturing 

Food 6 kindred products 



Chemicals & allied products .. 

Industrial chemicals 

Drugs ...................... 

Soap, cleaners. S toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 

Other 

Primary is fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery 

Machinery, except electrical 
Electric K electronic equip. 

Other manufacturing 

Textile products & apparel . 

Lumber s furniture 

Paper K allied products .... 

Printing & publishing ...... 

Rubber & plastics products . 
Stone, clay & glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments S related prods. 
Other 



( • ) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 



16 

13 

7 

7 
50 



17 

1 




( •) 



CD) 



CD) 
CO 



CD) 





D 







CD) 




CD) 




CO 





( • ) 
co 

CO) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 
CO 



1 



CD) 
CD) 



(0) 
CD) 



U 



257 



CD) 



CD) 



CO) 
CO) 



(0) 
CD) 
CD) 

CD) 



( O 
CO 



(0) 



CO) 
C O 
CD) 



Wholesale trade 

Motor vehicles £ equipment 
Metals s minerals ......... 

Other durable goods ....... 

Farm-product raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade 

Food strs..eat. & drink. places 
Retail trade, nee ............ 



Finance, except banking 
Insurance 



Real estate 



Other inaustries ..... 

Agriculture 

Forestry & fishing . 
Construction ....... 

Transportation ..... 

Communication & pub. 
Services ........... 



17.258 
( D) 
6.682 
1.489 
7.044 
( 0) 

103 

2 

101 



C O 
CD) 
CD) 



1 1 i I i t i e s 



1 4 
1 
1 



31 7 


(0) 

24 
< D) 

25 

( D) 

D 
( D) 







1 



( • ) 
1 





2.303 

(D) 
340 
318 

1.451 

(0) 

CD) 

1 
(0) 







(D) 
<D> 



CO) 
CO 



159 
(D ) 
(0) 
23 

(D) 

( D) 
(• ) 
CD) 







3 






3 



61 5 
(0) 

1 1 4 
<D) 
CD) 



(D ) 
CD) 



CD) 




CD) 




CD) 




CD) 











J 














J 



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CO 
CD) 



56 

193 

31 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CO 
CD) 



CO 

< • ) 



1 3.657 
CD ) 
5.992 
521 
5.521 
(0) 

2 

1 
2 



(0) 
CO) 



206 
(0) 
(0) 
CD) 

(0) 
1 7 

CD ) 



CD) 
(0) 



CD) 

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23 


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147 



NONBANK U.S. AfflLlATES 



-U.S. Expo 



t s Shipped by Af 
Indus t ry 



filiates to Foreigners Other Than the foreign Parent Group, 
of Affiliate by Country of U80 



[Millions of dollars] 



All coun- 
tries 



Europe 

Of which- 



Ge r many 



Nether- 
lands 



Un 1 t ed 
K i n gdo m 



Switzer- 
land 



AuS t r a- 
i U/ 

New Zea- 
land? 

and 

South 

Africa 



Latin 
America 



Midd le 
Eas t 



Other 
Af r i ca, 

Asia* 

and 

Pac l f l c 



un i ted 
States 



A dJ e n - 

OJJB 

OPEC 



(1 ) 

31,216 

511 

395 

6,402 

4.92 

1 ,308 

876 

60 

81 

( D) 

CD) 

763 
584 
179 

1 ,931 
1,073 

858 

1,909 

36 

105 

217 

50 

44 

53 

1,209 

92 

103 

23,404 

( D) 

8,415 

1 ,184 
12,152 

( 0) 

398 

12 

386 

2 





104 
45 



(2) 



(3) 
1 8,754 
335 

3 32 

4,912 

(D) 

1,256 

865 

32 

75 

<D> 

(0) 

5 72 

4 46 
1 25 

1,224 
855 
3 69 

(0) 
26 

(0) 

<D> 
1 1 
35 
50 

1 ,1 88 
61 

<D) 

1 2,863 

<D) 

(0) 
788 
10,703 

<D> 

(D) 

1 1 
(D) 

< • ) 



(0) 
(D) 
(*) 
(D) 

(*) 
(D) 



(4 ) 

9,891 

<D) 

(D) 

1,368 

1 

160 

21 

2 



(0) 

(D) 

(D) 
(0) 



(D) 
(D ) 



939 

3 

(0) 

2 

( » ) 

<D) 

(D) 

2 

(D) 

(D) 



<5) 

2,268 



(D) 

1 ,089 

(D> 

409 
264 

<*) 

(D) 

(D) 

(0) 

37 

9 
28 

221 
< D ) 
(D) 

(D) 

3 
(0) 

3 

4 

1 7 

( D) 

297 

39 

(D) 

1,116 
2 
387 
<D> 
(D) 
(D) 

(D> 

(D) 










2 



CD) 

( < ) 


3 



(6) 

1,1 30 

<D) 

(0) 

421 

(0) 

1 18 
(0) 



(7) 

2,504 
(0) 
(0) 

1 ,320 

121 

427 
409 

( ») 

(0) 

<•) 

(D) 

95 

4 

91 

469 

4 1 

59 

209 
(D) 


(D> 

4 
10 
4 
<•) 
CD) 

40 

(D) 

2 

(D) 

435 

91 

1 72 

<D> 

1 
(D) 







28 
15 





(8) 
1,971 
(0) 


CD) 
(03 

43 

(0) 

CD) 

1 

1 

<D) 
CD) 

( •) 



<9) 
4,969 

CD) 
CD) 
99 

(0) 

CD) 

CO) 
2 




C10) 
CD) 
CD) 

55 
CD) 
CD) 



C11 ) 
776 



404 

CD) 



(13) 


(14) 


CD) 




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(D) 




(D) 




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(•) 






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u 







(») 




(O) 











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(D) 











u 



(1 5J 

28 

a 
c 

7 6 


1 




1 



a 

2 
C 

2. 

a>) 

O) 



All industries 



Mi n i ng 
Pet r o I eum 



Manufacturing ............ 

food 8 kindred products 



Chemicals 8 allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs 

Soap, cleaners, S toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 
Other 

Primary 8 fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery 

Machinery, except electrical 
Electric 8 electronic equip. 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products 8 apparel . 
Lumber 8 furniture ......... 

Paper 8 allied products .... 

Printing 8 publishing 

Rubber 8 plastics products . 
Stone, clay 8 glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments S related prods. 
Other 



Wholesale trade ............. 

*lotor vehicles & equipment 

Metals 8 minerals .... .. 

Other durable goods ....... 

farm-prodjet raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade 

food strs.,eat. & drink. places 
Retail trade, nee ............ 



finance, except banking 
Insurance 



Real estate 



Other industries ............... 

Agriculture 

Forestry & fishing ........... 

Construction 

Transportation ............... 

Communication 8 pub. utilities 
Services ..................... 



30 
5 



840 
(D) 
( D) 

552 
CD) 

(D) 

< D) 


(0) 
(D) 



(D> 

(D) 
15 

( D) 

127 
( 0) 

57 
5 

20 

11 

1 



(D) 

( D) 



59 





12 



(D) 
( D) 



(D) 
(D) 



59 



(D) 
(0) 

(D) 

(D) 

( • ) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



(*) 
(D) 
(*) 

(D) 

< • ) 

CD) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



95 



(0) 

Hi 




79 



(D) 
CD) 
(D) 

CD) 

(0) 



CD) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



j 
33 



( D J 
(D) 

82 
3 


CD) 
(D) 

5 
(•) 
CD) 
CD) 
< • ) 

4,613 

CD) 

2,190 

288 
1,143 
(D) 



CD) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



CD) 
CD) 



(D) 
C*) 



CD) 
(D) 

<D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



a 
o 
o 

(D) 

344 
3 
CD) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 


(D) 

10) 



CD) 
CD) 
(0) 

CD) 

CD) 



(D) 
(•) 
(0) 

(D) 
CD) 



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148 



NONUANjc u-S. AFFlLiATtS 



Table G-9.--J.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates/ Industry of Affiliate by Country of UBO 

[Millions of dollarsJ 





All coun- 
tries 


Canada 


Europe 


Japan 


Au s t r a- 
l la, 
New Zea- 
land, 

and 

South 

Africa 


Lat 
Ame r 


n 
c a 


middle 
East 


U t her 
Africa, 

Asia, 

and 

Pacific 


Un i ted 
States 


Adder 
du m 
OPE 


- 




Total 




jf whi c 


h-- 










France 


G e r nany 


Nether- 
lands 


Uni t ed 
K i ngdom 


Switzer- 
land 






< 1 ) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4 ) 


C5> 


(6) 


17) 


(8) (9) 


(10) 


(11) 


C12) 


(13) 


( 1 4) 


(1 5) 




75,803 

28 

10,588 

10,413 

952 

1,744 

1 ,1 38 
1 87 
1 33 

( t>> 

( D ) 

1 ,873 
1 ,673 

200 

3,450 
1 ,437 
2,01 3 

2,394 

98 

98 

459 

87 

126 

115 

953 

291 

168 

54,016 
1 8,068 
15,823 
10,476 
4,753 
4,897 

61 1 
<D> 
(0) 

10 

( * ) 

CO 

137 

1 1 
( * ) 

42 
( 0) 
CD) 

39 


5,553 
(D) 
(0) 
2 ,809 
CD) 

CD) 

ID) 


1 

(D) 

5 

743 
( D) 
(D) 

1,131 

(0) 

CD) 

340 
3 

15 
242 

< D) 

1 3 
43 

( D) 

( •) 

2 

2,059 



274 

343 

( D> 

(D) 

(0) 

( 0) 

7 



C *) 

CO 

42 
3 



< D> 
(D) 
CD) 
C*) 


33,274 

21 

9,720 

6, 516 

4 39 

1,461 
1 ,003 
CD) 

1 31 
(D) 
CD) 

900 

819 
81 

1,823 

822 

1 ,001 

1,893 

71 

54 

(D) 

56 

106 

64 

918 

264 

(D) 

1 6,627 
5,941 
2,709 
3,616 
2,259 
2,101 

328 

5 

323 

CD) 

C*) 

CO 

CD) 
(D) 



28 

3 



24 


3,749 

CD) 

1 ,446 

25 

155 

142 

CD) 

3 


(D) 

306 

300 

6 

58 
1 5 

43 

903 

CD) 
CD) 
( * ) 

3 

(D) 

806 

17 

32 

CD) 

<D) 
326 
180 
185 
318 

1 3 

co 

1 3 
CO 




6 







6 


7,519 


CD) 

1 ,670 

2 

713 

54 9 

4 

7 

CD) 
CD) 

150 

103 

47 

507 
<C ) 
<D ) 

298 

35 

2 

(D ) 
1 6 

C D) 

20 
95 
55 

1 4 

5, 703 

3,842 

738 

947 

( * ) 

1 77 

CD) 

<D) 

7 





( • ) 

8 
2 

2 
1 

2 


6,436 



(D) 

556 

CD) 

97 
(D) 
3 

(D) 



25 

CD) 
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CO) 

25 
(D) 

12 


I O 

a 
1 

l o 
CO 
CO 
CD) 
CD) 

CD) 

1 
CD) 

78 
(0) 
324 

37 
C o 
37 









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J 

CO 


8,499 

CD) 

CD) 

1 ,461 
309 

231 

1 86 
(D) 
<D> 

5 
9 

CD) 

CD) 

8 

243 

1 95 

48 

CD) 

17 


CD) 
30 

( D) 

7 
2 

CD) 
71 

3,687 
367 
699 
927 

1 ,094 
599 

CD) 


CD) 



CO 



CD) 

1 


1 

1 

(D) 


2,498 

2 

5 

725 

37 

251 

<D> 

(D) 

32 

1 

2 

CD) 

CD) 

5 

2 62 
CD) 
CD) 

(D) 
CD) 
CO 

<o 


2 
2 


22 

(D) 

1,684 

(• ) 

150 

605 

843 

86 

CD) 
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CD) 







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2 



CD) 




(• ) 


27,653 



. 29 

642 

6 

(D) 

(D) 


1 


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85 
CD > 
<D> 

437 
(D) 
CD) 

CD) 
(D) 
CD) 
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(0) 

6 
5 

<D) 
22 
1 

26,897 

1 1 ,806 

6,1 78 

6, 1 52 

2,312 

3»9 

49 

2 

47 

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CD) 

4 


12 


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24 
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CD) 

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1 72 

3 

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3 





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1 ,196 
J 

CD) 
216 


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1 2u 
( D) 
CD) 

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7 

( O 




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( * ) 


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CD) 

870 
( D ) 
( D ) 

86 
CD) 

634 

5V 

a 

59 

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CD) 

(0) 





2 


(D) 

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260 
(D) 

234 

CD) 


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1 


CD) 
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CD) 
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CD) 

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I. 




II 




1 


Chemicals & allied products .. 




u 
U 

1, 


Soap, cleaners, S toiletries 




L 

II 


Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 


U 
1 


Machinery, except electrical 
Electric & electronic equip. 





1 


Textile products & apparel . 




II 


Paper ^ allied products .... 

Rubber & plastics products . 
Stone, clay S jlass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments & related orods. 


J 
1 



u 

II 






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u 

1 






Farm-product raw materials ... 






i, 


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1 












11 










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149 



UOuQhUK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table 6-10. 



-U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates by the foreign Parent Group* 

by Count ry of U80 



Industry of Affiliate 



CM i I I i ons of dol I ar s] 





All coun- 
tries 


Canada 


Eur ope 


Japan 


Austra- 
lia, 
New Zea- 
land, 

and 

South 

Af r i c a 


Latin 

America 


Middle 
East 


Other uni tea 
Africa, States 

Asi a, 

and 

Pacific 


Addei 
dua- 
0P£l 


1— 




Total 


Of uhi ch-- 






f ra nc e 


Germany 


Nether- 
lands 


United 
K i ngdom 


Switzer- 
land 






(1 ) 


C2) 


(3) 


(4 ) 


< 5J 


16) 


C7) 


C8) 


C9) 


(10J 


CI 1) 


(12) 


(13J 


(1 4) 


(153 




47*310 

25 

2*784 

7*808 

466 

1*387 
1 ,030 
153 
75 
CD) 
CD) 

1 *336 

1 .192 

143 

3*086 
1*270 
1 .815 

1 ,5 33 

66 

75 

(D) 

38 

85 

81 

543 

253 

CD) 

36*068 
( D) 
6.64 5 
9,298 
1 *897 
C D) 

227 
CD ) 
CD) 

10 

( • ) 

C «) 

87 
4 
C ») 

( D) 
CD) 
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24 


4*5?9 

CD) 

(D> 

2*451 

(D) 

CD) 

CD) 


C •) 
< D) 

1 

665 
CD) 
(D> 

1 *066 

CD) 

(D) 

CD) 
<DJ 
(D) 

CD) 



CD) 
3B 

C D) 


1 

1*534 



273 

280 

CD) 

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(D) 
CD) 
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CD) 


C *) 
(0) 
(DJ 
(*J 


18*776 

19 

2*226 

4*625 

(D) 

1*132 
CD) 
(D) 
73 
4 
CD) 

557 

510 

47 

1*540 
707 
S33 

CD) 

46 

CD) 

CD) 

37 

74 

39 

509 

227 

CD) 

1 1 *737 
5,788 
1 .798 
2*672 
1 06 
1 *374 

l 44 

1 

1 44 

CD) 



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CD) 
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10 


2*71 9 


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982 

7 

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3 

1 

254 

248 
6 

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12 

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138 


137 

6 
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6 






3 

II 


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3 


6*644 


(D) 

1 *313 
2 

570 

CD) 

2 
3 


CD) 

96 
< D) 
(D) 

462 
CD) 
(D) 

183 

31 

1 

5 

1 2 

(D) 

CD) 
1 5 
42 
14 

5*309 

(D) 
555 
891 

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6 

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6 




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CD) 

1 

1 


2.323 

(DJ 

397 
(DJ 

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CD) 

3 

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4 
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20 
CD) 

6 


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3 



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4 
1 

CD) 

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CD) 
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(DJ 
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3 

3 

3 

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3 
4 
3 
3 



2.755 
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839 
58 

152 

1 24 
CD) 
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4 

1 

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5 

1 77 

1 48 

29 

CDJ 

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7 
2 

CD) 
1 4 

1*733 

CD) 
350 
500 

C D) 
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CD) 


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1 


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2 

5 

567 

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220 

CD) 

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5 

238 
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(D) 

22 

1 

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21 ,920 



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526 

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21 *299 
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4,152 
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2 

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530 

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1 

3 






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3 



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533 
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242 
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225 

(D) 


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Soap* cleaners* & toiletries 






Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 






n 


Machinery* except electrical 
Electric S electronic equip. 


u 



Textile products & apparel . 




n 


Paper & allied products .... 

Rubber & plastics products . 
Stone* clay S glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments S related prods. 


G 






n 




n 


*1otor vehicles & equipment ... 




n 




n 


farm-product raw materials ... 






n 


food strs.*eat. & drink. places 


j 
n 






n 




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1M) 



NONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES, 



Table G-11.--U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates by Foreigners Other Than the Foreign Parent Group* 

Industry of Affiliate by Country of UBO 

[Millions of dollars] 



All coun- 
tries 



Europe 

Of yh i c h- 



Germany 



Nether- 
lands 



United 
K i ngdom 



ntier- 

land 



Austra- 
lia* 
New Zea- 
land* 

and 

South 

Africa 



Latin Middle 
America East 



other 
Africa* 

Asia* 

and 

Pit i f ic 



un i ted 
St a tes 



A dd e n - 
dj« -- 
OPEC 



( 1 ) 

28,793 

2 

7,804 

2*605 

485 

357 

108 
34 

58 
(D) 

( 0) 

538 

481 

57 

365 

167 

1 98 

861 
32 

23 

(0) 
50 
-1 
34 
409 
38 

CD) 



(2) 



(3) 

1 4,499 

2 

7,494 

1 ,891 

CD) 

329 
(0) 

(0) 
58 

co) 

CO) 

343 

3C9 

35 

283 

1 15 
1 68 

(0) 
25 

CD) 
18 
19 
32 
25 
409 
37 

(0) 



C4) 

1,030 



CO) 

464 

1 7 



(5 ) 

875 

(0) 

357 
<*) 

143 

(0 ) 

2 
4 

(0) 

CD) 



CD) 
(0) 



(6) 

4,112 

I 

(D) 

163 



(0) 



(7) 



(8) 

1,334 





158 

(0) 

32 
( •) 
CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 

( • ) 



(9) 
5,733 

CD) 
1 17 



(10) 
(D) 



(11) 
800 

u 

CD) 

6V 



(D) 

d 

(D) 



) 



(12) 
31 





(13) 

ID) 



( 1 4) 
(D) 



( O) 
<DJ 



(1 5) 
(0 ) 



All industries 



Mining 
Pet r o I eum 



Manufacturing 

Food & kindred products 



Chemicals li allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs 

Soap* cleaners* & toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 
Other 

Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery 

Machinery* except electrical 
Electric & electronic equip. 

Other manufacturing 

Textile products a. apparel . 

Lumber S furniture 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing s publishing 

Rubber s plastics products . 
Stone* clay S glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments & related prods. 
Other 



954 



(D) 

359 

61 

CD) 



( ») 

(D) 



4 
75 



CD) 
(D) 



64 
43 
21 



(0) 
<D) 
(D) 
CD) 
(D) 
(D) 



1 



(0) 

(D) 



52 

52 





(D) 

(D> 
(D) 



(0) 

( • ) 
(•) 
(D) 
(0) 
(•) 
( D ) 



(0) 
(0) 



79 
12 



(D) 



(0) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



( . ) 



(») 
(*) 



( ) 
(D) 



5* 743 
2 

(D) 
622 
252 



79 
61 



CD) 
(0) 



(D) 
(0) 



66 
47 

20 



(D) 
(D) 



(0) 
(•) 
(*) 
(D) 



25 



(D) 
(0) 



(0) 
(D) 



57 



(0) 
(0) 



(D> 
(0) 



(D) 
(0) 



(0) 
CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D> 

l • ) 



( . , 
( . | 



(Oi 
(D) 
(») 



CD) 
(D) 



( • : 
( •) 



( 0) 
( 0) 



(D) 



(« ) 

(• i 



Wholesale trade 

Motor vehicles & equipment 
Metals & minerals ......... 

Other durable goods ....... 

Farm-product raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade 

Food strs.,eat. £ drink. places 
Retail trade, nee ............ 



Finance, except banking 
Insurance 



Real estate 



Other industries 

Agriculture 

Forestry s fishing . 
Construction ....... 

Transportation 

Communication & pub. 
Services ........... 



1 7,948 
< D) 
9,1 78 
1*178 
2*855 
(D ) 

384 
(D ) 
(0) 

(*) 

(*) 

( *) 



49 
7 




utilities 



(0) 
(D) 
(» ) 



535 


( * ) 

53 
( D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(0) 
(D) 



4,S90 
1 53 
912 
945 

2.1 53 
728 

183 

4 

1 79 

( • ) 

(*) 

(•) 

38 



(D) 



Li 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



( ») 
( •) 



3 
14 



42 
185 
181 

7 
• ) 

7 



394 

CD ) 
183 
55 

(D ) 



(D) 
<D> 



(D) 




(») 









(D) 











3 




2 



CD) 
(D) 
CD) 
CD) 



1 *954 

(D) 
349 
427 

(D) 
1 41 

(D) 



( ) 









3 


(•) 










CD) 


3 


< • ) 











1 


3 


1 


3 






1,160 

(*) 

<D) 

1 34 
<D> 
(D) 

CD) 


(0) 









5,599 
(D) 
2,025 
(D) 
573 

< a ) 

(») 
( •) 

< ■ i 

u 






(D) 
(D) 
(D> 
(0) 

(D) 

(D) 



628 
( D) 
(D) 
(D> 
(D) 
(D> 

(D) 


(D) 



(0) 

(D) 



(0) 
CD) 
CD) 

l • I 



< • ) 
( . ) 



(0) 
< D) 
(0) 
CD) 



(0) 
(D) 



151 



N0N6ANK U.S. AffI L lATF.S 



Table G-12.--U.S. Exports Shipped by Aff 

EMi U 



iliates, Industry of Affiliate oy Product and uhose Product 
ions of dollars] 





Total 








By pro 


duct 










B / uhose 


p roduc t 




Food and 

live 

animals 

chiefly 

for food 

U 


Bever- 
ages and 
tobacco 


Crude 
materi- 
als, 
ined- 
ible, 
except 
fuels W 


Pet ro- 

l eum and 

produc t s 

2J 


Coal, 

coke, 

and 

br i que t s 


Chemi- 
cals and 
related 
product s 


Machin- 
ery 


Road Other 
vehicles trans- 

and port 
parts 3_/ equip- 
ment 3/ 


Metal 
manufac- 
tures 


Other 


Prod- 
ucts of 
affili- 
ates 


Prod- 
ucts of 
o the r s 




( 1) 


(2) 


:;<e; 


(4) 


<5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9J 


(10J 


C1 1 ) 


C12J 


(13) 


no 




52,199 

810 

997 

9,045 

617 

2,129 

1 ,405 
210 
1 93 

(0 > 

(0) 

1 ,059 
854 
205 

2,939 
1 ,498 
1,441 

2,300 

60 

1 32 

383 

76 

61 

61 

1,217 

1 51 

159 

40,662 
2,532 

1 5,097 
2,673 

19,196 
1,164 

501 

14 

487 

(D) 



(*J 

<D) 

49 

CD ) 

43 

5 

1 

35 


1 9,358 





416 

(0) 

(D) 

(•) 

1 
<D) 
( •) 

1 








) 




3 








1 8,878 

(D) 

4,830 

(D) 
1 1,973 

(D) 

(D) 

(0 ) 

(*) 

(D) 



( • ) 

43 

35 
(0) 





(D) 


489 


• 
20 
20 

( *) 



( • ) 













c > 










(») 

(D ) 


ID) 

( • ) 

165 
(D) 

(D) 


(0) 


















9,361 
117 

(D) 

311 



68 
!D) 
(D) 


(D) 



21 

20 
<•) 

(*) 
(*) 
{•) 

222 
3 

( D) 

(D) 



( ») 

3 
1 



8,854 
<D) 
2,961 
468 
4,989 
(D) 

(D) 


(D) 





::i 

2 
2 

(*) 



J 





2,295 



320 

28 



25 
25 










] 
) 




4 








4 





1 ,947 

1 

<D) 

4 

(0) 

4 





3 





3 

J 

D 
3 




2,181 
(DJ 
(DJ 
1 2 


<D) 

1 


(D) 




(D) 
(D) 





J 














1 ,61 2 

(D) 

1,235 


(0) 
























4,41 1 
(D) 
(DJ 
1 ,734 
(* J 

1 ,655 

1,100 
(D) 

99 
ID ) 

88 

23 
(D) 
(D) 

(DJ 

< • ) 
(DJ 

(D) 







I • ) 

8 

(• ) 

4 
9 

(D) 

2.123 
<D) 
1,213 
1 7 
389 
(0) 

3 


3 

{ • ) 





(*) 
(•) 





(») 


5,429 
3 

(DJ 

2,844 
4 

78 

( D) 




(D) 

(*J 

48 
(D) 
(DJ 

2,614 
1,397 
1 ,218 

100 

1 



(D) 

3 

4 
<U) 

19 
40 

10 

2,2 76 

138 

635 

1 ,4 02 

93 

8 

8 
1 
7 

(D) 



(•J 

53 

CD) 


CD) 


1 


1 ,2 19 

(*) 

941 

1 





1 
(»> 

C) 


C *) 

(DJ 
(DJ 

< •/ 

CD) 







CD) 

CD) 




277 
1 96 

CO) 

CDJ 

CD) 



1 



1 
(*J 

c 



( ') 





(») 







878 



4 

347 

CD) 


J 





(D) 

CD) 

5 

8 
8 
1 

222 


u 





222 

( •) 

51 2 

43 
229 
CD) 


CO) 



u 


(DJ 




CD) 



a 



c •) 


CD) 


3,186 
3 

(DJ 

1.078 
(•J 

14 

2 



(0) 
(DJ 

856 
720 
136 

155 
( 0) 
(DJ 

53 

2 





CD) 

(•J 

CDJ 

3 

1-4 

2,063 

30 

1 ,646 

74 

31 1 

3 

CD) 


(DJ 

2 





CD) 



(D) 
2 

1 


3.392 

1 

1 ,313 

CD) 

CD) 
1od 

CDJ 
CDJ 
10) 

12 
CO) 
(DJ 

127 
CD) 
(DJ 

737 

54 
(DJ 
(0) 

73 
(DJ 

29 
CDJ 

98 
CDJ 

(0J 

64 

576 

CD) 

813 

87 

CDJ 
(DJ 
(DJ 





(*) 

10 

(DJ 

3 

4 

(DJ 


10,713 

(D) 

482 

8,283 

519 

1 ,989 

1,366 

205 

(D) 

215 
(D) 

973 

776 
1 95 

2,631 
1.378 

1,253 

2,1 71 

57 

132 

(D) 

68 

57 

61 

(D) 

1 45 

1 46 

1,072 
99 
497 
(OJ 
(0J 
(O) 

(DJ 

2 
(DJ 

u 

u 



7u 

46 
(DJ 
(0) 

5 
<•) 

5 






CO) 
51 5 
761 
98 

141 

38 






Chemicals & allied products .. 


Soap, cleaners, S toiletries 


CO) 
(0) 


Primary 6 fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 


85 
7o 

9 


Machinery, except electrical 
Electric & electronic equip. 


1 20 
1 68 


Textile products & apparel . 


3 



Paper i allied products .... 

Rubber s plastics products . 
Stone, clay & glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments & related prods. 


(O) 

6 
4 

C») 

CD) 

6 
13 




39,590 


Motor vehicles S equipment ... 


2,4 3 3 




(DJ 


Farm-product raw materials ... 


(OJ 
(0) 


Food strs.,eat. & drink. places 


12 
(0) 




(0) 




(•) 




(J) 




3 









(0) 




1 


Communication S pub. utilities 


1 
30 







152 



NONflAHK U.S. AFf IL IA I t i 



Table G-13.--U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates* Country and Industry of UBO by Product and Whose 

Product 

CM i I I i ons of dol I ar s J 



3y product 



I tfy whose p rodu c t 



Food and 

I i ve 
an i ma I s 
chiefly 

for food 

1/ 



Bever- 
ages and 

tobacco 



Crude 
materi- 
als* 
ined- 
ible, 
except 
fuel s 1/ 



Petro- 
leum and 
products 
2/ 



Coa I 
coke 
and 
briquets! products 



Chemi- 
cals and 
I related 



Machin- 
ery 



Road 
veh i c I e s 

and 
parts 3 / 



Ot her 
t r ans - 

port 
equip- 
ment 3 / 



H e t a I 

manuf ac ■ 

t u res 



Prod- 
ucts of 
affili- 
ates 



Prod- 
icts of 
others 



(1 ) 
52/19? 



(3) 



112) ( 1 i) (U) 

3*39 2 10,713 41,485 



All countries, all industries 
By country 
Canaca 



Eur o pe 



European Communities C 9 ) 

Belgium 

Denmark 

France 

Germany 

Ireland ............... 

Italy 

Luxembojrg 

Netherlands 

United Kingdom 



Other Europe ... 

Austria 

Finland ...... 

Liechtenstein 

Norway . 

Spain ........ 

Sweden 

Switzerland .. 
Ot her 



Japar .......................... 

Australia, N.Zealand, & S.Africa 



Latin Ame r i c a 



South t. Central 
Ar gen tiia . . . , 

Bran I 

Mexico ....... 

Panama ....... 

Venezuela .... 

Ot her 



Other Western Hemisphere . 

Bahamas 

Bermuja 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands, Caribbean 
Ot her 



Middle East 

Israel 

t her 

Kuwait 

Lebanon 

Saudi Arabia ........ 

United Arab Emirates 
Ot her 



Other Africa, Asia, & Pacific 
Other Africa ............... 

Other Asia S Pacific 

Hong Kong ................ 

Philippines 

South Korea .............. 

Ot her 



Un i t ed St a t es 



Addendum— OPEC 



by industry 

Government 

Individuals, estates, & trusts . 

Petroleum 

Agriculture 

Mining 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transp./ coitm., g pub. utilities 
Wholesale and retail trade ..... 

Banking 

Holding companies 

Other finance and insurance .... 

Real estate 

Services 



1 ,792 

23,345 

1 9,844 

263 

CD) 

10,209 

3,328 

7T 

605 
(D) 
1 ,934 
3,196 

3,501 

35 

5 

CD) 

26 

1 

385 

2,898 

CD) 

1 9,136 

CD) 

1,241 

CD) 
CD) 

CD) 
104 
1 56 

< D ) 
1 79 

CD) 
CD) 
(D) 
(D) 
CD) 



777 

1 98 

579 

4 

75 
C 0) 


CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

343 

158 

25 

132 

27 

CD) 

CD) 



1 9,353 

CD) 

9,31 7 

CD) 

3 
CD) 
CD) 

CD) 



91 
31 4 



CD) 
CD) 

8,324 

CD) 

CD) 

(0) 






(D) 
CO 



CD) 
CD) 





3 

19 


19 



CO 
CD) 



1 ,495 


25 


7,576 


CD) 


1 ,344 


2 


CD ) 


CD) 


CD) 


C D) 


64 





7,843 


534 


377 


CD) 


1 9,652 


8,942 


CD) 





6,964 


CD) 


188 


) 


CO 





356 


CD) 



27 

404 

CD ) 



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1 
CD) 



2 



CD ) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 



!D) 

3,794 

2,979 
1 


CD) 
470 

CD) 


(D) 
41 1 

815 
(0) 



( • ) 


CD) 
71 7 


3,494 

CD) 

345 

342 


CD) 

1 

CO 



(D) 










3 









3 

























































































D 









3 






















CD) 






67 












CD) 






67 


CD) 






3 







(D) 









CD) 



































CD) 


3 


(D) 


1 ,534 


CD) 


4 





CD) 





C 0) 








CD) 


4 77 





( • ) 


152 


3,597 





(D) 


CD) 


1 ,703 


CD ) 


148 











CD) 



1 

31 3 

CD) 

2 




< D) 
CD) 



i :i ) 
CD) 
C O 
CO 
CO 
C O 



233 
81 9 



CD) 

CD) 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 






3 



(D) 



1 ,046 

CD) 

CD) 

(D) 


I 







CO 
CO 
CO 



CD) 

2,201 

1,905 

1 4 4 
5 

1 77 

548 

) 

CD) 

CD) 
405 
61 5 

297 
1 
C » ) 

5 
3 

1 1 
273 
3 

1 ,445 

CD) 

63 

63 
4 

(D ) 
CO 

(D > 


1 



CO 
CO 



CD) 
CD) 



24 


24 







CD) 
CD) 



(0) 
CD) 



5,429 



487 

2,770 

2,389 
1 
CO) 

1 64 

463 
2 
329 
CD) 
488 
758 

331 
9 
4 
CD) 
CD) 
( O 
1 29 
1 74 
17 

1 ,1 36 



CD) 
CD) 
CD) 




24 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 

CD) 






27 

2 

33 



4 


CD) 


23 


CD) 


2 


CD) 


249 


247 




CD) 


61 1 


CD) 











5 




CD) 


CD) 


CD) 











CD) 


2 


579 


1 ,374 


2,358 


3 


3 





1 79 





1 ,072 


1 ,400 


931 


] 








CD) 




CD) 


(0 ) 


805 








2 


8 


I 





CO 





3 


1 


4 


69 



1,219 



1,038 
CD) 



1 
377 
CD) 



CD) 



( D) 
CD) 



CO) 

CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 




58 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
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CD) 
CO 



CO 
CO 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 
< ») 
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5 
36 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

( • > 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 



262 
1 ,132 

937 

CD) 

C D) 
334 
183 


( O 

CO 
1 18 
204 

195 
C ») 
CO 

CD) 



CD) 

79 
( O 

1 ,201 

CD) 

64 

CD) 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 



3 


U 




2 







1 


2 


1 







u 





2 


J 








CO 


2 


CD) 



CD) 


( D) 


CD) 


1 5 


CD) 


278 





4 


5 











CD) 


1 


61 U 








CD) 


1 80 


388 


659 





1 


CD) 


68 


299 


1 ,247 


CD) 





4 


CD) 


CD) 


283 








3 











CD ) 


< D ) 


18 



262 

1 ,481) 

CD) 
CO) 

1 

Hi 

250 



1 1 



1 V8 

406 

CD) 

1 
( •} 
CD) 
( o 



CD) 

1 98 
CD) 

CD) 

150 

7U 



1,296 

7,245 

6,401 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

1,490 



51 





C 0) 
CD) 
C O 



C D) 

CD) 
(D) 



99 



99 



CD) 

c o 
1 

CD) 
(D) 
CD) 



2 

CD) 
52 
92v 
1,915 

844 
6 
2 
CD) 
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161 
640 
1 1 

y <. 8 

392 

668 

CO) 


CD) 

1 6 
130 
CO) 
<D> 

CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

(0) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CO 

CD) 



3 
73 



3: 
1 7 



496 

16,1 00 

1 3,4 4 4 
ID) 
CD) 
CD) 

1 ,8 3 V 

CD) 
(0) 

1 ,Juo 
1,2 8 1 

2,6 5 7 
29 
2 
co) 

CD) 

C •) 

224 
2,2 5 a 

Co) 

18,1 ad 

CD) 

573 

CD) 
CD) 
CO) 



aa 

26 

2 



CD) 
CD) 
CO) 



CO) 

CD) 


CD) 
CD) 
25 
1 27 
CD) 

CO) 

CD) 



C D) 


CD) 


CD) 


41 5 


839 


6,7 3 9 


C 0) 


CD) 


CD) 


4 


34 


CD) 


CD) 


OU7 


CD) 


i • i 


c o 


64 


C D) 


5,422 


2,4 2 1 


CD) 


292 


85 


1 ,U64 


291 


19,3o2 


CD) 


u 


CD) 


475 


1 ,481 


5,4 8 2 


C 0) 


1 7 


1 71 








C •) 


9 


CD) 


CO) 



1 5 ! 



Table 6-14. --U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates to the Foreign Parent Group/ Industry of Affiliate 

by Product and Whose Product 



NQN6ANK u.S. AFFlLlftTes 



[Mi I L i ons of do I lars] 





Total 




















By produc 


















! By yhose 


produ c t 




Food and 

live 

animals 

chiefly 

for food 

1/ 


Bever- 
ages and 
tobacco 


Crude 
materi- 
als, 
ined- 
ible, 
except 
fuels 1/ 


Petro- 
leum and 
products 
2/ 


Coal, 

coke, 

and 

briquets 


Chemi- 
cals and 
related 
product s 


Mac h i n- Road 
ery vehicles 
and 
parts 3/ 


Other 
trans- 
port 
e qui p- 

men t 3 / 


Metal 

manufac- 
tures 


Other 


Prod- 1 Prod- 
ucts of i u c t s of 
affili- others 
ates 




(1 ) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 




(6) 


<7) 


(3) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


112; (135 


(14) 




20,983 

299 

602 

2,642 

125 

822 
529 
150 
1 13 

(0) 

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295 

270 
25 

1,009 
425 
584 

391 

24 

28 

166 

25 

17 

9 

8 

59 

56 

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359 

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52 

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380 
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17,582 




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227 


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2 

95 
2* 
(D) 


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(B) 


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21 

(B) 
(B) 

89 


Machinery, except electrical 
Electric S electronic equip. 


45 

4 4 

19 


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2 




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Stone, clay S ulass products 
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Instruments S related prods. 


5 

2 
2 
(») 

1 
4 
2 




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IB) 
(B) 




1,3 79 


Farm-product raw materials ... 


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(B) 

CM 


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CD) 

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(*) 









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1 
1 1 



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IJUNdANK U.S. AfFlLHltj 



Table G-15. 



-U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates to the Foreign Parent Group/ Country and Industry 
of UBO by Product and whose Product 



[Millions of dollars] 





Tota I 




















E 


y pro 


due t 




















By whose 


p r du c t 




food and 

live 

animals 

chiefly 

for food 

U 


Bever- 
ages and 
tobacco 


Crude 
mater 1 - 
a L s * 
ined- 
ible* 
except 
fue Is W 


Petro- 
leum and 
products 


Coal* 1 C hem i - 

co V e* cals and 

and jrelated 

briquets products 


Machin- 
ery 


Road 
veh 1 c I e s 

and 
parts 3 / 


Other 
t r ans - 

port 
equip- 
ment 3 / 


Metal 

ma nu f a c - 
t ures 


other Prod- 
uct s c 
af t 1 I 1 
a te s 


t 


Prod- 

u ct s of 

t he r s 


( 1 ) 


(2) 


13) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


C7) 


C8) 


(V) 


C 1U> 


CI 1 ) 


I 1 2) 


Oil 




CI 4) 


All countries* 3ll industries 
By country 


20*983 

953 
4. 591 

3*352 

10 ) 

5 

31 9 

1*060 



379 

(CO 

804 

692 

1 *240 
(0) 

2 
CD) 
CD ) 



2 D 5 

927 

25 

14*167 

12 

466 

(D) 

< 0) 

69 

54 

83 



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(D) 

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CD) 
( *> 

CD) 

CD) 

( D ) 

2 


CD) 



(D) 

3 
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CD) 
1 16 
5 

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( D ) 


6*380 

25 

680 

(0) 




1 

(D) 


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5 

5 



5 
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4 

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227 

782 

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2 

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CD) 


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3 


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3 

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3 

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5 

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261 
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220 
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1 
2 
1 
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206 
3 

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u 


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4 


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24b 

958 

809 
1 

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61 
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299 
72 

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1 
13 
4 

65 
48 
16 

836 

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260 

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Australia* N.Zealand* & S.Africa 


10 
206 




CO) 
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53 




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( •) 

co) 
1 •) 








CD) 
















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Other Africa* Asia* s Pacific .. 


CO) 




CO) 








CD) 




1 1 1 








CO) 




co) 



6y industry 



Government 

Individuals* estates/ & trusts . 

Petroleum 

Agriculture 

Mining 

Construction * 

Manufacturing ... ............... 

Transp./ comm., i pub. utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Banking 

Holding companies 

Other finance and insurance .... 

Real estate 

Services 



< D) 


CD) 


CD) 







847 


CD) 


CO 




CD) 


568 


(•) 







1 


(D) 


CD) 







(D) 


109 







(1 


CD) 


36 


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1 





3,618 


325 


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384 


CD) 










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1 3*954 


5.565 


137 


3.074 


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655 


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3 

9 
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J 
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42 
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36 

927 

CD) 

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CD) 


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1 
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2 

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36 


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38 


102 


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1 


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4 


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CD) 


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155 



NONBAMK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table G-16.--U-S. 



Exports Shipped by Affiliates to Foreigners Other Than the foreign Parent Group* 
Industry of Affiliate by Product and whose Product 



[Millions of dollars] 





Total 








by product 


By whose 


P rcouc t 




Food and 

I ive 

an i ma I s 

chiefly 

for food 

U 


Bever- 
ages and 
tobacco 


Crud 

ma t er 

a I s 

i n ed 

ible 

ex ce 

fuels 


e 
— 

ot 
1/ 


Petro- 
leum and 
products 
2/ 


Coal 

coke 

and 

br i qu 


!ts 


Chemi- 
cals and 
related 
product s 


Machin- 
ery 


Road Other 
veh i c le s t rans- 

and port 
parts 11 equip- 
ment 3 / 


Metal 

man uf ac- 

tu res 


Other 


Prod- 
ucts of 
affili- 
ates 


Prod- 
ucts of 

others 




<1 ) 


(2) 


(3 ) 


!4) 


( 5J 


(6) 




(7) 


(8) (9) 


(10J 




(1 1 J 


(1 2) 


(13) 


(1 4) 




31,216 

51 1 

395 

6,402 

492 

1 ,308 

876 

60 

81 

<D> 

(D ) 

763 
584 
1 79 

1 ,931 

1 ,073 

85S 

1 ,909 

36 

105 

21 7 

50 

4 4 

53 

1 ,209 

92 

103 

23,404 

(D) 

8,41 5 

1 ,184 
12,152 

<D) 

398 

1 2 

386 

2 


(• ) 

104 
45 

(* ) 

30 
5 
( • ) 
24 


1 2,978 





302 

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1 

(0) 

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1 




1 2,f>32 
(D) 

3,015 
(D) 
8,581 
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(D> 


229 





15 

15 

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2 

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6 

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5,186 

(DJ 

(D) 

<D> 

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CD) 
(D) 

(D) 


3 


(D) 

(D) 



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(») 

59 
1 

(D) 

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3 
1 



4,944 

(D) 

1 ,743 

(D) 

2,825 

CD) 

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2 
2 

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1 ,540 


(DJ 

24 

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20 

20 



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674 
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1 


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1 
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342 

3 

339 


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2,509 

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1,072 

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1,01 1 
672 
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(D) 
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(0) 





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4 
3 

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633 
1 

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3 


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2,826 
3 

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1,895 

3 

(D) 
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(D) 

1 •) 

42 
(0) 
(DJ 

1,695 

992 
703 

(D) 

1 


(D) 

3 

(D) 
19 
37 

( D) 

840 

39 

148 

631 

23 

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3 
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3 

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(D) 


(D) 


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1,007 

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933 



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464 

1 

344 

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4 

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221 

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221 



114 
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86 
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3 

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742 
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1 




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So a 
468 
120 

97 
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1 




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3 
13 

996 
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933 
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U 



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2 


(D) 


2,039 





953 

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6 
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107 
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537 

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48 
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20 
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( DJ 

10 
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492 

44 

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7,31 3 

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5,567 

396 

1 ,262 
862 
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699 
(DJ 
(D) 

1 ,71 1 
99o 
714 

1,799 

35 
105 
(D) 

45 

42 
53 
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91 
92 

677 
1 1 
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42 
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4 
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Chemicals S allied products .. 


9 

40 
1 4 


Soap, cleaners, % toiletries 


ID) 
(D) 


Primary & fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 


6-. 
(D) 
(D) 


Machinery, except electrical 
Electric £ electronic equip. 


75 

1 44 

1 1 


Textile products & apparel . 


1 




Paper % allied products .... 

Rubber s plastics products . 
Stone, clay & glass products 
Tr ans oor t a t i o n equipment ... 
Instruments S related prods. 


(D) 


2 

(*) 

(DJ. 
2 
1 1 




22,727 


Motor vehicles & equipment ... 


(DJ 
<D) 




in) 


Farm-product rau materials ... 


ID) 
(DJ 

(D) 


Food strs.,eat. & drink. places 


(D) 
(DJ 




2 




(•J 




(DJ 




3 








(DJ 




1 


Communication & pub. utilities 



1 9 







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NONbANK U.S. AF F 1 L IA T £ . 



G-17.--U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates to Foreigners Other Than the foreign Parent Groups 
Country and Industry of U80 by Prsduct anj Whose Product 

CM t I I i ons of dot I ars] 



Food and 

I ive 

animals 

c h i ef I y 

for food 

1 / 



£ty product 



Bever- 
ages and 
t oba ceo 



Crude 

materi- 
als/ 
i ned- 
ible* 
except 

fuels 1/ 



Petro- 
leum and 
products 
2/ 



Coal/ 

coke* 

and 

b r i que t s 



C hem i - 
c a I s and 
related 
product s 



Machin- 
ery 



Road 
/eh i c I e s 



parts i / 



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trans- 
port 
equip- 
ment 3/ 



. Metal 
m an u f a C - 
t u re s 



8y uhose pruuuet 



Prod- 
uct s of 
affili- 
ates 



Prod- 

u c t s of 

o the r s 



< 1 ) (2) 

31*216 1 2*978 



(3) 

22° 



(4) 

5*186 



(5) 
1*540 



(6) 
674 



(7) 

2*509 



(3) 

2*826 



(9) 

1 * 7 



(10) ; (11) 

464 1 *7b4 



All countries* all industri 



By country 



Europe 

European Communities (9) 

Belgium 

Denmark 

France 

Germany ............... 

Ireland 

Italy 

Luxen: ■' . ............ 

Netherlands 

United Kingdom 



t he r Europe . . . 

Austria 

Fin la id 

Liechtenstein 

NO r ._ .i . ....... 

Spain ........ 

Sweden 

Switzerland . . 
Ot her 



Japan 

Australia* N.Zealand* 



Latin Ame r i c < 



South & Central Ame r 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Mexico 

Panama 

Venezuela ........ 

Ot her 



Other Western Hemisphere . 
Bahamas ................ 

Bermuda 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands* Caribbean 
Ot her 



MiddLe East 

Israel 

Other 

Kuwai t 

Le banon 

Saudi Arabia , 

United Arab Emirates 
Ot her 



Other Africa* Asia* t Pacific .. 
Other Africa ................. 

Other Asia s. Pacific 

Hong < on j 

Philippines 

South Korea 

Ot her 



840 


(D) 


18-754 


8,338 


16,493 


(0) 


CD) 





(0) 


CD) 


9,891 


CD) 


2,268 


(0) 


2 





226 


< D) 


156 


4 


1,130 


CD) 


2,504 


241 


2,262 


(D) 


(0) 





3 


) 


CD) 





(0) 


( o 


180 


1 


1 ,971 


(D) 


( D) 


(0) 


4,969 


2,668 


<D> 


(D) 


776 


( D) 


(0) 


(0) 


1 





(D ) 





53 


(0) 


73 





CD) 





(0) 


1 


(D) 


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(0) 





(0) 


(D) 


(0) 


3 


( •) 





2 


J 


(D) 


CD) 


(D) 





( D) 


(0) 


2 


3 


75 


CD) 



(0) 

(D) 
(D) 
CD) 
(0) 
(0) 



1 7 
22 



(0) 

190 

( 0) 



1 

(0 ) 



2 

CD) 

(0) 



CD) 
CD) 



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Add endum--0P EC 



CO) 

3,012 

(0) 

1 
3 
(0) 

1 94 

3 
( D) 


(0) 
332 

(D) 

(0) 



D 


(0) 

(0) 



1 1 ) 

(D) 
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CD) 
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CD) 
549 



CD) 
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26 
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1, 323 

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1,813 

1 ,580 

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133 
295 
2 

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1 89 
686 

233 
9 
3 

CD) 
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65 
1 26 
1 

300 

66 

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125 


975 


339 


922 


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252 


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150 






















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1 


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1 86 


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L 







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CO) 







CO 

























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CD) 





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C • ) 









2 


2 



230 
1,121 
C D) 

c d) 
c o 

271 
1 54 



C 0) 
(0) 



1 
C O 
CD) 
C O 



co) 

1 92 


i D) 

Co) 

CD) 

CO) 



C D) 

co) 



CD) 
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CD) 
CD) 



i D) 
C D) 



638 

5,281 

4 ,8*. - 
1 55 

Co) 

C 0) 

1 ,024 
2 

C 0) 

CD) 
553 

1,541 

438 
4 
2 

CO) 

CD) 

c o 

87 
CD) 
CD) 

440 

38V 

4U9 

co) 





1 5 



CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

(0) 
CO 



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CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

C D) 
CD) 
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CO 

CD) 

CD) 



20i 

13.4/3 
i 1 ,6 4 y 

( 0) 
CO) 
CO) 
1 ,2 4 5 

u 

CO) 

(0) 
577 
962 

1 ,8 2 4 
(0) 

1 
CO) 



CD) 
CO) 

4,529 

CD) 

3o7 

(0) 

1 

10) 



35 



CD) 



CD) 
(D) 
CD) 



2 

41 



CD) 
CD) 



CO) 

(0) 

CO) 
CD) 

CO) 

1 

CO) 
CD) 



By industry 

Government CD) CD) 

Individuals, estates, 4 trusts . 6,731 CD) 

Petroleum 776 2 

Agriculture 113 CD) 

Mining CD) CO) 

Construction 28 

Manufacturing 4,225 209 

Transp., comm., & pub. utilities CD) CD) 

Wholesale and retail trade 5,688 3,377 

Banking CO) 

Holding companies 6,309 CD) 

Other finance and insurance .... CD) 

Real estate 

Services 105 1 



CD ) 
CD) 






I 

1 5 




CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 




93 



533 



CO) 
CD) 
CD) 






CD) 


(D) 


1 3 


2 


CD) 


232 


1 97 


CO) 


CO) 


277 


C D) 


J 








5 


(0) 


CD ) 


CD) 


co) 











CD) 


23 


15 7 


761 


1,431 


3 








CD) 


269 


97 


518 


226 











( 0) 





CD) 


CD) 


599 


3 





1 


6 











I 


3 


1 


CO) 


9 



CD) 




( D) 


c o 




14 


( D ) 


CD) 







1 
















CD) 




1 


C D) 










ID) 




72 


207 


384 







( O 


I 0) 


CD) 




87 


Z72 


CD) 







4 


CD) 




< 0) 


271 










2 













CD) 




5 


C 0) 



377 

(0) 

c o 

c 0) 

3 

co) 

C 0) 

CD) 

C 0) 
369 

C 0) 

U 
3 



CO) 

737 
(0) 
(0) 

50 7 
I O 

3,1 7v 

CD) 

1 57 



1 ,1 5o 

1 4 



C 0) 



1o 
5,994 
<0> 
CO) 
CO) 

28 
1 ,J4 7 

8 1 
5,531 
CO) 

5,1 5 3 
(u) 

U 
CO) 



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NONdANK U.S. AFf ILIA7£S 



Table G-1B.--U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates* Country of Destination by Industry of Affiliate 

CMillions of dollars] 







Al I 
industries 


Petroleum 


Manufacturing 


wholesale trade 


Other 




To ta I 


Of which-- 


Total 


Of wh i ch-- 






Chemicals 
and 

allied 
products 


Primary 
and fabri- 
cated 
metals 


Machinery 


Motor 
veh ides 

a nd 
equl pment 


Metals 

and 

minerals 


F arm- 

produ c t 

raw 

materials 






(1 ) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4 ) 


<5) 


(6) 


( 7) 


C8) 


C9) 


CIO) 


C1 1) 




52,1 99 

2,901 

1 5,588 

8,730 

678 

178 

1 ,056 

2,013 

70 

1,182 

2,066 

1,486 

6,853 
62 

11 
1 

205 
1,151 

238 

346 
4,749 

805 
3,944 

450 

344 
2,400 

750 

18,583 

560 

293 

50 

217 

5,509 

4,884 
218 
900 

1 ,887 
110 
547 

1,220 
337 
281 
169 
170 
264 

625 
214 
39 
CD) 

(0) 
147 

1 ,614 

372 

1 ,242 

49 

49 

720 

32 

392 

7,050 

1 ,1 39 

109 

46 

429 

202 

353 

5,91 1 

410 

313 

1,286 

3,902 

31 1 

329 

191 

1,188 

1,137 

746 

394 

2,426 


997 

(0) 

312 

225 
CD) 
(D) 

7 
33 
CO 
25 
6 7 
79 

88 

(0) 

1 


( * ) 

(0) 

(0) 

2 
5 
5 

( •) 



( *) 



< » ) 

S3 

12 
5 
4 
3 

186 

167 

14 

31 

30 

1 

(0) 

<D> 

5 
5 
(0) 

< 0) 

6 

19 
1 


( 0) 


(D) 

(D ) 


(0) 



CO 
1 


(0 ) 

204 

50 



1 

1 

( 0) 

< D) 

155 

(0) 

3 
9 

(0) 
2 

< D> 
CD) 

23 

51 
5 

125 


9,045 
1,603 
2,965 

2,306 
21 6 

(0) 

375 

693 

22 

181 

(0) 
558 

658 
17 

14 

(• ) 

25 

79 

78 

275 

170 

4 4 

126 

7 

(D ) 

84 
(0) 

84 9 

348 

199 

25 

123 

1,690 

1,536 
85 
(0) 

672 

(0) 

236 

307 

41 

85 

54 

27 

101 

154 
(0) 
CD) 

6 

4 

62 

339 
(I) ) 
(0) 

1 9 

CD ) 

150 

21 

106 

989 

241 

(0) 

28 

92 

(0) 

4 4 

747 

107 

32 

105 

503 

28 

74 

25 

124 

139 

112 

26 3 

691 


2,129 

335 

790 

550 

45 

3 

107 

1 66 

5 

32 

60 

132 

240 

1 

3 



4 

1 3 

14 

163 

41 

5 

37 

4 

1 

(D) 

(0) 

204 

89 

4 5 

7 

37 

365 

310 
18 
68 

110 
6 
36 
72 
1 1 
15 
1 7 
4 
25 

56 
(D) 
( D> 

1 



18 

23 

5 
18 
2 
1 
1 1 
1 
3 

253 
31 
( •) 

1 

4 

1 9 

6 

222 

25 

9 

7 

181 

6 

23 

1 1 

( 0) 

1 7 
CD) 

70 

118 


1,059 

185 

398 

316 
(0) 
( •) 

31 

79 
<•) 

22 
CD) 

38 

82 
2 

1 

3 
1 

< 0) 

6 

(0) 

7 
4 

2 

1 


2 



167 

15 

1 
1 
4 

154 

133 

6 

14 

52 

3 

22 

37 

7 

3 

1 • 

2 

7 

20 
<•) 


( o 
( * ) 

20 

27 
2 

25 
3 


13 
2 
7 

76 

28 

<D) 

8 

(D) 

3 

1 

48 

<D> 

1 
6 

( D) 

1 
1 
1 

(0) 
1 1 
8 

37 

78 


2,939 
509 

1 ,096 

906 

21 

9 

165 

301 

12 

92 

1 12 

1 94 

1 9 1 

7 

5 

CO 

15 

1 4 

43 

31 

75 

1 4 

62 
1 
2 

CD) 

(0) 

1 35 

1 1 2 

73 

3 

35 

5 58 

504 
30 
83 

271 
6 
46 
67 
1 1 
20 
7 
16 
15 

54 
CD) 

I •) 

3 

1 
(D) 

1 36 

13 

123 

5 

3 

78 

15 

21 

303 

64 

7 

1 

18 

23 

1 5 

240 

65 

9 

21 

1 44 

17 

1 3 

8 

8 

57 

42 

91 

210 


40,662 

387 

11,758 

5,801 
381 
138 
576 

1,231 

45 

898 

1,712 
820 

5,957 
33 

86 
CO 

1 78 

1,03 

76 

54 

4,499 

709 

3,790 

442 

322 

2,31 1 

71 5 

1 7,422 

173 

75 
CD) 
(D) 

3,423 

2,980 

85 

599 

1,166 
77 
235 
819 
266 
180 
103 
134 
136 

443 
(0) 
CO) 

l D) 
(0) 
78 

1,177 

329 

848 

26 

29 

54 6 

8 

239 

5,716 
808 
66 
1 2 
330 
100 
300 

4,909 
206 
274 

1 ,1 54 

3,274 
275 
246 
150 

1,040 
990 
573 

105 

1 ,521 


- 2,532 

53 

441 

214 
( 0) 

2 
13 

23 
( O 

4 
< D) 
CD) 

227 
1 
1 


5 
(D) 
(0) 
CD) 

63 
( D) 
CO) 
CO) 

1 

2 


(D) 

1 8 
C 0) 

1 
CO) 

143 

1 41 
CO) 
CD) 

76 

3 

co) 

13 
1 
3 
1 

( 0) 

CD) 

2 


C •) 
CO 
C *) 

2 

62 

CD) 

CD) 

4 
1 

CO) 

1 

4 

(D) 

CO) 




(0) 

(0) 

5 
297 

CO) 

(0) 

c o) 

1 16 
3 
CD) 
CD) 
CO) 

3 
33 

8 

1 10 


1 5,097 

482 

3,085 

1 ,722 

1 31 
39 
204 
447 
42 
118 
409 
333 

1,363 
CO) 

( 0) 

CO 

(0) 
(D) 
(0) 

(0) 
999 
250 
749 

CO) 
105 

CD) 
13 

7,810 

47 
24 

CD) 

CD) 

1 ,* 55 

1 ,088 

29 

226 

455 

2 

40 

336 

136 

40 

40 

CO) 

CD) 

367 
CD) 
CO) 
CD) 
CD) 

19 

1 15 
CD) 
CD) 

1 
1 
CD) 

3 
38 

2,051 
204 
CO) 


67 
CD) 

76 

1,847 

91 

96 

497 

1,163 

81 

81 

33 

296 

416 

255 

52 

287 


19,196 

1 14 

7,483 

3,207 

206 

80 
199 
575 
1 
677 
1,1 06 
3U2 

4,277 

CO) 

34 



163 

62 5 

CO) 

23 
3,3va 
422 
2,976 
325 
CO) 
1 ,7<.3 
CO) 

7,073 

26 
1 3 

CO) 

CO) 

1 ,31^ 

1,276 

C«) 
333 
4«i 
CD) 

72 

CO) 

CO) 

1 13 

44 

62 

36 

S6 



CO 


36 

357 

125 

231 

1 3 

2b 

30 



1 60 

2,823 

3o8 

- 5 



239 

14 

90 

2,435 

08 

82 

5U6 

1,779 

1 76 

i r. i 

59 
674 
546 
221 

6 

445 
















European Communities 




399 












97 






60 






3 


Italy 




78 






<D) 






29 






154 






CO) 






5 






(•) 






2 






CD) 






CD) 






1 5 






75 


Western Europe, 




48 

27 






1 






CO) 






5 

<D) 






230 


Australia, N.Zealand, 


S S.Af r ica 


27 

14 






CD) 






CD) 






210 




200 

34 






CO) 






1 9 






CD) 






CD) 






CO) 






25 






1 1 






CD) 






CO) 






21 




10 
1 






1 


Netherlands Antil 
U.K. I si ands, C ar 


bbean .... 


<0) 

u 

<0) 


Midd le Eas t 




CD) 






CO) 






CD) 






5 






(0) 






24 




3 
CD) 


Other Africa, Asia, S 


Pacific . . 


140 
40 






CD) 






5 






o 






6 






CO) 






101 






CO) 






3 






18 






CD) 






5 






CD) 






CD) 


Peop le * s Re pub I 


c of China 


CO 

4 






9 






21 






90 









1 58 



NUNUANk U.S . Aff U1UES 



TabLe G-19.--u.S- Enports 



Shipped by Affiliates* Col 
[Millions of doltarsJ 



of Destination by Country of UBO 







All coun- 
tries 


Canada 


Europe 


Japan 


Austra- 
lia, 
New Zea- 
land, 

and 

iou t h 

Africa 


Latin 
America 


Mi ddl e 
East 




Other united 
Afri ca, 'States 

Asia, 

and 

Pacific 


Add er 
du at- 
OP EC 


- 




Total 


Of wh l c h- - 






France 


Germany 


Net her- 
l and s 


Uni ted S 

Kingdom 


uitzer- 
land 






,„ 


(2) 


:;;<?;;::: 


(4 ) 


< 5) 


(6) 


...HL.L 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) (11) 


112) 


I 1 3) 


I 1 4) 


(1 5) 






52,199 

2,901 

1 5, 588 

8,730 

678 

178 

1 ,056 

2,013 

70 

1,182 

2,066 

1 ,486 

6,858 
62 

106 
1 
205 
1,151 
238 
346 

4,749 

805 
3,944 

450 

344 
2,400 

750 

18,583 

560 

293 

50 

21 7 

5,509 

4,884 
218 
900 

1 ,887 
1 10 
547 

1,220 
337 
281 
169 
170 
264 

625 
214 

39 
(0 ) 
( 0) 
147 

1,614 

372 

1,242 

49 

49 

720 

32 

392 

7,050 

1 ,1 39 

109 

46 

429 

202 

353 

5,91 1 

410 

313 

1 ,286 

3,902 

31 1 

329 

191 

1 ,188 

1,137 

746 

394 

2,426 


1 ,792 

674 

402 

316 
43 

3 
44 
56 

3 
34 
55 
79 

86 
( D) 

1 

< •) 

3 
( D) 

8 

4 
54 
( D) 
(0) 

1 

< D) 

< 0) 

3 

77 

47 
32 

8 
7 

196 

139 
18 
37 
58 

3 
14 
59 

4 
15 

2 

3 
35 

6 

( *) 



( •) 


6 

33 

2 
31 

1 
( •) 
25 

2 

2 

138 
56 

15 

1 

9 

4 

27 

83 

13 

3 

(0) 

CD) 

8 

( D) 

2 

6 

19 

10 

26 

72 


23,345 
1,610 

1 1 ,264 

6,201 
506 
1 11 
825 

1,388 

29 

999 

1,399 
945 

5,063 
53 
61 

1 
1 25 
7 46 
213 
282 

3, 583 
499 

3,084 

3 06 
237 

1 ,306 
734 

2,2 70 

' ,-. S 

195 

31 

1 61 

3,4 13 

3,238 
1 45 
495 

1,292 
43 

4 53 
810 
1 98 
216 
1 23 

93 
181 

1 74 

16 

18 

25 

5 

111 

7 06 

1 58 

548 

44 

49 

1 71 

17 

268 

3,390 
841 

61 

38 
331 
143 
267 
2,549 
1 33 

73 

361 

1,981 

233 

170 

75 
710 
455 
339 

302 

1,390 


10,209 

424 

5,102 

2,067 
251 

(D) 
450 

(D) 

2 

(0) 
374 
217 

3,034 

(0) 
1 2 

<D> 
(D) 

7 
19 
2,348 
293 
2,055 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
155 

(0) 

82 

50 

8 

24 

1 ,1 96 

1,168 

10 

193 

493 

10 

11 8 

344 

<D) 

108 

49 

(0) 

35 

29 
1 

< •) 

1 

< •) 

26 

370 
<D> 
(D> 

1 6 

(0) 

42 

1 

166 

(D) 

(D ) 
21 

(D) 
21 5 
36 
60 

1,277 

6 

22 

CD ) 

(D) 

(0) 
79 
22 

<D) 

(D) 
1 1 3 

32 

504 


3,328 
354 

1 ,789 

1 ,035 

31 

5 

83 

617 

10 

101 

86 

101 

754 
4 
8 



5 

55 

18 
1 7 

646 
3D 
61 7 
1 
<D ) 
(D) 
(D) 

242 

76 

36 

8 

32 

489 

461 
27 
92 

215 
2 
32 
93 
13 
23 
18 
8 
31 

28 
( 0) 
( • i 
< •) 


(D) 

43 

1 5 

28 

2 

1 

16 

1 

8 

286 

34 

1 

(0 ) 

1 6 
4 

251 
20 
10 
29 

192 
1 4 
<C> 

2 

(D) 
1 5 
45 

50 

107 


1 ,934 
238 
672 

565 

41 
(D> 

41 
47 

<D> 

50 
233 
1 13 

107 

14 

4 

3 

6 
<D) 
1 6 
8 

(D) 

(0) 

7 

( «) 
1 
6 

( • ) 

134 

36 

15 
5 

16 

471 

406 

28 

91 

74 

5 

103 

105 

25 

1 ? 

29 

7 

33 

65 
2 

<D) 
(0) 

1 
37 

85 
4 

81 
4 
2 

30 
2 

42 

274 
1 1 1 
(0) 

1 

13 

65 

<D) 

163 

13 

11 

19 

121 

7 

6 

(0) 

21 

9 

(0) 

24 

273 


3,1 96 

316 

1 ,272 

1,114 

91 

12 

1 76 

256 

3 

73 

13U 

371 

1 58 

4 

11 



5 

41 

18 

16 

63 

35 

27 

6 

11 

5 

6 

1 41 

1 29 

62 

8 

58 

594 

567 
38 
46 

258 
14 
97 

1 15 
33 
18 
13 
12 
38 

27 
2 

1 
(0) 

3 

(D) 

120 

8 

112 

12 

(0) 
58 
1 1 

ID) 

4 83 
90 
13 
7 
29 
18 
23 

393 
66 
12 
19 

296 
24 

23 

35 

(0) 

63 
(D) 

141 

256 


2,898 
120 

1,547 

862 
9 
CD) 
40 
84 
2 
99 
(0) 
(D) 

636 
1 

(0) 

CO 

(0) 

<D) 
5 
218 
380 

(D) 

(0) 

(0) 

(0) 

(0) 

5 

345 

24 

14 

1 

9 

374 

356 

7 

55 

1 57 
(D) 

56 
(D> 

3 

34 

2 

20 

(D) 

17 
1 
3 
1 


12 

35 

<D) 

<D> 
3 
2 
1 1 

(•) 

(0) 

428 

87 

2 

1 

(0) 

2 
(D) 
341 
1 5 
(0) 

88 
(0) 
(D> 
13 
3 
(0 ) 
1 16 
32 

24 

101 


1 9, 1 36 
135 

1 ,44V 

954 

83 
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1 46 
(0) 

26 
460 
1 73 

495 
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73 

160 

3 

18 

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(0) 

1 12 
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(0) 
( D ) 

1 

14 ,706 

48 

35 

8 

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543 

533 

< 0) 
161 
162 
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38 
1 U6 
(0) 

29 
30 
21 
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10 
2 
( • ) 
1 
2 
6 

60 
1 

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2 


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6 

31 

2,1 58 
77 
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41 
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8 
2,081 

1 71 
130 
51 7 

1,262 

28 

132 

93 

2 51 
521 
236 

37 


(0) 
(D) 

2,026 

907 
(0) 
(0) 
(D) 
(0) 
<D) 
(0) 
(0) 
(0) 

1,120 

<D> 

(0) 

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(0) 

CD) 

<D) 
863 
1 79 
684 

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(0) 

(0) 
1 3 

(0) 

61 
(0) 

1 
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394 

539 
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(D) 
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1 74 
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(0) 
CD) 
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27 

355 
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CD) 
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16 

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(0) 
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43 

804 
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(D) 

476 
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(D) 
<D> 

140 

J 
142 


1,241 

76 

391 

328 
(D ) 

1 
53 
< D) 

2 
( 0) 
CD) 
(D) 

63 

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1 

3 

<D) 

(D ) 

9 
37 

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2 
j 
3 

112 

12 

(0) 
( . ) 
CD) 

408 

331 

1 7 

102 

123 

10 

12 

68 

(D) 

5 
3 
(D) 
CD) 

76 
(D) 
CD) 

2 

(D) 

29 
6 
23 
CO 
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5 
ID) 
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201 

1 1 

1 



(D) 

(D) 

3 
190 
52 
1 
17 
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CD) 
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13 

CD) 


777 
3 

4 / 

iu 

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5 

2 

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5 
2 
5 

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1 

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3 

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2 

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u 
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( 0) 


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CO 
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CO 
CO 

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< . . 
( •) 

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( • ) 

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3 

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1 






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J 



3 

2 

1 

4 

1 

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1 

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3 

u 
J 


3 




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2 

4 
3 
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3 

1 

1 


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CO 

CO 

CO 
CO 

CO 

CO 
CO 

CO 
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CD) 

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CO 
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1 
























n 


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ii 


















ii 






ii 












ii 












ii 


West ern Europe* 




u 












i 






u 
n 






i 


Australia* N . Zeal and* 


& S.Africa 




















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9 






n 






? 












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Chi I e 




■ 












? 














Other Western Hemis 












U.K. Islands* Caribbean .... 






Mi dd le East 




































United Arab Emira 




u 


Other Africa* Asia* 4 


Pacific 


1 
1 












1 


















































Indi a 




fl 














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i c of China 


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NONdANK U.S. AFFILIATED 



Table G-20. — U.S. Exports 



Shipped by Affiliates to the f 
by I ndust r y of Af f i 



oreign Parent Group* Country of Destination 
L i at e 



[Millions of dollars} 





Al I 
industries 


Petrole 


jm 




^a nuf ac 


luring 










wholesale trade 




Oth«r 




To ta I 




Of uhic 


h — 






Total 


Of wh i ch-- 






Chemicals 

and 

allied 

produc t s 


Primary 
and fabri- 
cated 
metals 


Machinery 


Motor 
veh i c I e s 

and 
equi pment 


Met als 

and 

minerals 


Farm 

pr odu 

raw 

mater i 


:t 
al s 






( 1 ) 


(2) 


C 3) 


( 4) 


15) 


(6) 


C 7) 


18) 


C9) 


CIO) 


CI 1 ) 




20,983 

1 ,231 

3,759 

3,085 

1 18 

17 

313 

620 

4 

350 

1,118 

544 

675 

31 

15 

1 

28 

158 

149 

219 

75 

32 

43 

(0) 

(O 

5 
(0) 

1 3,425 

137 
88 
10 
39 

785 

669 

49 

183 

168 

22 

110 

137 

80 

11 

6 

14 

27 

1 16 
(0) 
(0) 
(D) 

16 

688 
CD) 
(D) 

2 
1 
(0) 

5 
71 

922 

1 59 
(0) 

4 

24 

86 

(0) 

763 

108 

98 

163 

394 

7 

58 

49 

(D) 

1 13 
(D) 

36 

764 


602 

( D) 

230 

(D) 
CD) 

(0) 

7 

12 



(D) 

(0) 

43 

CD) 
(D) 

1 



( *) 

3 

<D ) 

1 
2 
2 

< • ) 



< o 



( *) 

CD) 

CD) 

(0) 

4 

3 

83 

66 
CD) 
(D) 

( 0) 

1 

1 7 
(D) 

5 
4 
CD) 

< 0) 

6 

1 ! 
1 


(D) 



CD) 

<D> 


(0) 



( *) 



CD) 

145 

<D) 




( D) 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

3 
5 
76 
2 
2 

(D) 

(0) 

3 
50 

2 

(D) 


2,642 

595 

1,058 

81 5 
CD) 
CD) 
(0) 
292 
4 
39 
105 
201 

24 3 
4 

CD) 

C*) 

s 

1 3 
CD) 
196 
1 
(• ) 
CO 
(• ) 



ll 

502 

101 

67 

4 

30 

238 

155 
5 
(D) 

60 
(D ) 
20 
1 3 
(D ) 

2 
(* ) 
CD) 

1 

83 

ID) 

CO) 
3 

9 

1 8 
1 
1 7 
2 
(«) 
CD) 
CD) 



108 
ID) 


(D ) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD ) 

16 
CD) 

1 
55 
1 
(• ) 
CD) 
C*> 
CD) 
CD) 

23 

57 


822 
129 
41 ', 

252 

1 9 

1 

35 

88 

3 

3 

1 7 

85 

163 

(•) 

CO 



( D) 

CD) 

C D) 

CD) 

CO 

( •) 





J 



1 1 1 

43 

24 

3 

15 

88 

52 

1 

15 

22 

1 

7 

5 

2 

2 

CO 

2 
( O 

36 
(0) 

2 
(«) 


CD) 

( » ) 



CO 




( *) 
( o 



33 

(D) 





( D) 

4 

< D) 

3 
CO 



< D) 

1 

4 

<o 


CD ) 

3 

21 


295 
CD) 

68 
CD) 

co 


CD) 
23 

<o 

2 
CO 

7 

(D) 







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CD) 









CD) 

1 
1 

CO 

(» ) 
1 1 

CD) 



CD) 

5 


CO 








CD) 





CD) 

2 

2 
2 





3 
3 


2 


CO 



< • ) 




CO 







(• ) 
CO 

5 


1 ,009 

280 

488 

439 

8 

1 

86 

1 44 

( O 

33 

80 

86 

49 
4 

CO 

CO 

CD) 

CD) 

1 7 
1 6 

( O 

( • ) 

CO 

CO 





16 

51 

36 
CO 
14 

1 1 4 

(D) 

3 
23 
27 
2 
1 1 
(D) 
CO 
CO 
CO 

6 
!D) 

CD) 

(D) 


2 

3 

9 

ID) 
(D) 


CO 

5 
<D) 



37 

5 


5 


( o 
32 

CD) 

C O 

1 

(D) 

C O 




CO 

1 

ID) 
13 
20 


1 7,258 

406 

2,31 7 

1,978 

71 

1 5 

89 

305 

1 

264 

938 

295 

339 
CD) 
CD) 
CO 
20 
142 
59 
16 
67 
28 
40 
CD) 


2 
CD) 

12,816 

16 

1 1 

2 

3 

433 

41 7 

32 

120 

102 

8 

68 

87 

60 

5 

CD) 

5 
CD) 

16 
CO 
CD) 
C O 


CD) 

628 

<D) 

(D) 


1 

(D) 

CD) 

CD) 

633 

82 
CD) 
(D) 

1 8 

27 

30 
551 

57 
ID) 

1 53 
(0) 

4 

56 
<D) 
CD) 
CD) 

62 

10 

628 


CD) 
47 

246 

1 23 
CD) 
CO 
CD) 
C D) 

c o 
1 

CD) 
C D) 

123 





CO 

CD) 

(0) 

4 

CD) 



(0) 

CD) 


J 


<D> 

CD) 

C D) 


CO 

92 

92 
4 

CD) 

04 
2 

CD) 

4 
J 


4 









CD) 
CD) 

CO 




CO 




256 

CD) 




CD) 

CD) 

3 

CD) 
CD) 
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79 


CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

3 
CD) 

1 

65 


6,682 

262 

292 

274 

53 

4 

CD) 

50 



(D) 

97 
CD) 

19 

CD) 




CO 

CO 

c o 

CD) 



CD) 
CO 


CD) 



5,782 

2 

1 

CO 

1 

106 

106 

2 

29 

I D) 



CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

CO 

2 

c o 







u 



13 


13 


1 

co 

CD) 

(0) 

220 
3 




CO 

2 



217 

CD) 

CO 

CD) 
130 

CO 

CD) 

c o 


CD) 
CD) 

5 

3? 


7,U4 4 

3U 

1,517 

1,3o1 
4 
4 

CD) 

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CD) 

763 
CD) 

1 56 

CD) 

CD) 


20 

CD) 

CO) 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 





u 


5,333 

2 

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2 


121 

1 19 


CD) 

(D) 

1 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 





CD) 

2 





2 




u 
u 






41 
3 




1 

2 

3a 

4 

3 



31 



5 

CO) 




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40 


480 




CD) 




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CD) 
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CO 




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1 1 







Italy 


CD) 




CD) 




5 




CO) 









5 




C O 









CO 




CD) 




5 




5 




2 
3 














3 






CD) 


Australia, M. Zealand, S S.Africa 


CD) 

CD) 




CO 




3 




31 




31 
CD) 




1 




CO) 




CD) 




4 




CD) 




CD) 


















CD) 




CO 






CO 


U.K. Islands, Caribbean .... 


CO 







CD) 




CD) 




3 














3 





CO 


Other Africa, Asia, 8 Pacific .. 


35 
CD) 









(J 









CD) 









CD) 




CD) 









4 




CD) 









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CD) 


People's Republic of China 








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1 




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NUNbANK U.S. AFF IL IA I E o 



Table 6-21. --U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates to the Foreign Parent Group/ Country of Destination 

by Coun try of UBO 

[Millions of dollars] 



All coun- 
tries 



Europe 

Of whi ch- 



Nether- 
lands 



Uni t ed 
K i n y do m 



Suit:er 
Ian J 



Austra- 
lia/ 
N e w Zea- 
land/ 

and 

South 

Africa 



Latin 
America 



Middle 
East 



Other 
Africa/ 

Asia/ 

and 

Pacific 



Un i t ed 
States 



Adjen- 
aum-- 
OPEC 



(1 ) 

20/983 
1/231 
3/75° 

3/085 

1 1 8 

17 

313 

620 

4 

350 

1/118 

54 4 

675 

31 

15 

1 

28 

158 

149 

21 9 

75 

32 

43 

< D) 
( » ) 

5 
(0 ) 

1 3/425 

137 

88 
10 
39 

785 

669 

49 

183 

168 

2 2 

110 

1 37 

11' 

11 

6 

1 4 

27 

1 16 

< D) 
(D) 
(0) 


16 

688 
(D) 
( 0) 

2 
1 
( 0) 

5 
71 

922 

1 59 

< D) 

4 

24 

86 

<0) 

763 

108 

98 

163 

394 

7 

58 

49 

<0) 

1 1 3 
( D) 

36 

764 



(2) 

953 

788 

110 

105 
(D) 


< D) 
( D) 
( *) 
(D) 
( D) 
53 



(3) 

4, 591 

3 70 

3,048 

2/514 

63 

17 

269 

2 
331 
344 
425 

534 

(D) 

1 5 

1 

17 

(0) 

1 48 
21 1 

(0) 
<0) 
(0) 

5 
(•> 

3 
(0) 

2 M 

86 
47 
10 
29 

394 

344 

36 

61 

64 

8 

96 

79 

(0) 

10 

5 

<0> 

23 

51 
(D) 
(0) 

(d) 

o 

(D> 
(D) 



(4 ) 

31 9 

45 

222 

21 7 
4 
( • ) 
184 
1 
(•) 
(0) 
<D> 



(5 ) 

1 /060 

92 

713 

654 

5 

1 

26 

492 

2 

<D) 

(DJ 

7 

56 
2 
(D) 


3 



(6) 
804 
57 

342 

19 

5 

7 

1 5 

<•) 

14 

220 

63 

10 

(D ) 

1 

J 
1 
1 

2 
2 

(0) 
(D) 
(*) 



(7) 
692 
78 

401 

24 

4 

31 

40 



15 
254 



(8) 
927 
34 
810 



(9) 

14/167 

24 

51 1 

381 

50 
( •) 
(0) 

26 

< •) 

3 
248 
CD) 

130 




(D) 

(D) 

( •) 
5 

<D) 

<D> 

(D) 

( D) 


2 


13/181 

8 

< 0) 
(D) 
(*) 

90 

90 



(D) 
(D> 



(10) 



(11) 
466 
45 
81 

7 6 



(12J 
(0) 



All countries 



Europe 

European Communities (9) 
Eelgium ............... 

Denmark 

France 

Germany ............... 

Irelaiu 

Italy 

Netherlands 

United Kingdom 



Other Europe 

Au Stria 

Finland 

Liechtenstein ........ 

Norway 

Spain 

Sw eden 

Switzerland 

Ot her 

Western Europe/ nee 
Eastern Europe ..... 

Poland 

Romania 

u. S.S.R 

Other 



Japan 



Australia/ 

Australia .. 
New Zealand 
South Africa 

Latin America 



Zealand/ & S.Africa 



South t, Central America 
Argentina ............ 

Br az i I 

Mexico ............... 

Panama 

Venezuela 

Ot her 

Chile 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Other 



Other western Hemisphere . 
Bahamas ................ 

Eermuda ................ 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands/ Caribbean 
Ot her 



Middle East ....... 

Israel 

t he r 

Kuwai t 

Le banon 

Saudi Arabia .. 
United Arab Emi 
Ot her 



Other Africa/ Asia/ S Pacific .. 

Other Africa 

Algeria .................... 

Li bya 

Other Saharan 

Nigeria 

Other Sub-Saharan 

Other Asia & Pacific 

Hong Kong 

Philippines ................ 

South KDrea 

Other 

India 

Indonesia ................ 

Malaysia 

People's Republic of China 

Taiwan ................... 

Othe r 

Uia I locat ed _]_/ 

Addendum--OPEC 



(D) 

(*) 
(D) 
< D) 
( *) 
(D) 



(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(0) 
(D) 



1 1 

i ;i 



< • ) 

(D) 



(D) 
(») 



(») 

( • ) 
(*) 

( • ) 



(D) 
(D) 

55 

366 
1 35 
(D) 

4 

3 

85 

(D) 

231 

43 

14 

6 

1 68 

7 

(D) 

39 
( D) 

27 
CD) 

CD) 

237 



(*> 
(*) 



( • ) 
(*) 



(*) 
(*) 
(*) 



(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(*) 



31 

28 

4 



( *) 

< ) 

<D ) 



(*) 
(*) 
(«) 



(*) 
(*) 



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D 



166 

14 
8 
1 

5 



1 
19 
27 



2 


2 



i 

J 

2 

1 J 
5 

2 
J 
3 

5 
1 
3 

1 



( • ) 
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219 




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224 
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Table G-22.--U-S- Exports Shipped by Affiliates to foreigners Other Than the Foreign Parent Group* 

Country of Destination by Industry of Affiliate 



[Millions of dol lar s] 





Al I 
industries 


Petroleum 


Manuf ac t uring 




Who lesal 


e trade 




Otner 




Total 


Of uhich-- 


Total 




Of whi ch-- 








Chemicals 

and 

allied 

product s 


Primary 
and fabri- 
cated 
metals 


Machinery 


Motor 
vehi c I es 

a nd 
equi pmenl 


Met al s 

and 

minerals 


farm- 
product 
r aw 
materials 






(1 ) (2 ) 


( 3) 


( 4 ) 


(5) 


(6) 


( 7J 


(8J 


(9J 


(10J 


(11 J 




31,216 

1 ,670 
1 1 ,829 

5,646 
560 
161 
743 

1 ,394 

66 

832 

949 

942 

6,183 
32 
90 
( •) 

1 77 

994 
89 

127 
4,674 

774 
3,901 
(0) 

344 
2,395 
(0) 

5,158 

423 

205 

40 

178 

4,724 

4,215 
1 70 
71 7 

1,719 

88 

437 

1 ,083 
257 
269 
163 
157 
237 

509 
(0) 
(D) 
(DJ 

(D ) 
131 

926 
(D) 
(D) 
47 
48 
<D > 
27 
321 

6,128 
980 

(D) 
42 
405 
1 16 

(D) 

5,149 
302 
216 

1,123 

3,508 
304 
271 
142 

(D ) 

1,024 

(D) 

3 58 
1,662 


595 

(D) 

83 

(DJ 
( • ) 


( «) 

21 
( •) 
(DJ 
(0) 

37 

(D) 






( D) 

(* J 

< •) 

4 
4 



3 


(DJ 

(D) 
(D) 

(*J 



103 

10! 
(0) 
(DJ 
<D) 
(•J 
(D) 
(DJ 
( ») 

1 

(0) 

(*J 

2 





2 

1 


1 




1 



(») 

59 

(D ) 


1 

(D) 




<D) 

(DJ 

( • ) 

4 

(D ) 

(*> 

CD) 

(») 

(D) 

2 
1 

2 

(0) 


6,402 

1,008 

1,907 

1 ,492 

(D) 

(DJ 

(D) 

39 8 
18 

141 
(D ) 

357 

415 
13 
(D) 



17 

67 

(D) 

78 

169 

43 

126 

7 

(D) 

84 
(D ) 

347 

247 

132 

21 

93 

1,452 

1,381 
80 
(D ) 

612 
(DJ 
216 
294 
<D> 
83 
53 
(D) 
99 

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4 
5 
4 
4 

54 

321 
(D) 
(D J 

16 
(D) 
(DJ 
(D) 

106 

881 
(D ) 
(D) 
(D ) 
(DJ 
(DJ 
(DJ 
(D ) 

90 
(0 ) 

104 

448 
27 
74 
(D ) 

124 
(D) 
(DJ 

240 

633 


1,308 

206 

376 

299 
27 

3 
71 
78 

2 
29 
43 
47 

77 

1 
3 


(D> 
( DJ 
(DJ 
<D> 
41 

5 
37 

4 

1 
( DJ 
(DJ 

93 

47 

21 

4 

22 

277 

258 
17 
52 
88 

5 
30 
67 

9 
14 
1 7 

2 
24 

20 
( *) 

( DJ 

1 


( D) 

22 
5 

18 
2 
1 

10 
1 
3 

219 
( D) 
( -J 

1 
4 
< DJ 

2 

(D) 

22 

9 

7 

( DJ 

5 

28 

7 

( D) 

1 7 

12 

67 

97 


763 
(D) 

330 

(D) 
<DJ 

{ •) 
(D) 

56 
(* ) 

1 9 
(D) 

81 

(0) 

2 
1 


1 

(D) 

6 
1 4 
7 
4 
2 
1 

2 

a 

(DJ 

14 
9 
1 
4 

142 

(D) 

6 
(D) 

47 
3 

22 

37 
7 
3 

1 7 
2 
7 

(DJ 

(• ) 


( •) 
( • ) 
(DJ 

25 

2 

23 

1 



13 

2 

7 

73 

26 

(D) 

5 

(D) 
3 
1 

48 

(D) 

1 

6 

(D) 

1 
1 
1 

<D> 
1 1 
8 

37 

73 


1,931 
229 
608 

467 

13 

8 

79 

1 57 
11 
59 
32 

108 

141 
3 
5 



(D) 

(0) 

26 
14 
75 
14 
61 

(•) 

2 

(D) 
(DJ 

1 19 

61 

37 

3 

21 

443 

(D) 
27 
60 
244 
4 
34 
(D) 
10 
20 
6 
10 
(Dl 

(DJ 

1 

( *) 

1 
1 

(D) 

1 27 
(D) 
(D) 

5 

3 

73 

(D) 

21 

266 

58 

7 

1 

12 

23 

14 

208 

(D) 

9 

20 

(D) 

1 7 

13 

8 

8 

55 

(D) 

78 

190 


23,404 

481 

9,441 

3,825 
511 
123 
487 
926 
44 
634 
773 
524 

5,618 
(D) 
(DJ 
(•J 

158 

888 

1 7 

38 

4,432 

681 
3,750 
<D> 

322 
2,309 
(DJ 

4,606 

158 
64 
(0) 
(DJ 

2,990 

2,563 

53 

479 

1,064 
68 
166 
752 
206 
175 

(D ) 
130 

(0) 

427 
(D) 
(DJ 
(DJ 
CD) 
(DJ 

549 

(0) 

(D) 
26 
29 

(D) 

(DJ 

(DJ 

5,083 

725 
(DJ 
(DJ 

31 2 
73 

270 
4,358 

149 
CDJ 
1,001 
(D) 

271 

190 
(D) 
(DJ 
(D) 

512 

95 

893 


( D) 

7 

195 

91 
5 
2 

(DJ 

(DJ 

( *J 

3 

( DJ 

(D) 

1 J 4 
1 
1 


5 

(D) 

5 

(DJ 

( D) 

(D) 

(DJ 

( D) 

1 
2 


(DJ 

(DJ 

(DJ 

1 
( D) 

51 

49 

( DJ 

5 

12 

1 

(D) 

9 
1 
3 
1 

(DJ 

(DJ 

2 


( •) 

(•J 

( «J 

2 

(DJ 
(DJ 

(DJ 

4 
1 

(D) 

1 
4 

(D) 

4 


3 

( •) 

1 

(D) 

(DJ 

(DJ 

( DJ 
56 
3 

( D) 

2 

( D) 

( •) 

I D) 

7 

45 


8,415 

219 

2,793 

1,448 

77 

35 

(DJ 

398 

42 

(DJ 

311 
( DJ 

1 ,345 

(D) 

(DJ 

(•J 

(DJ 

(DJ 

(DJ 

(DJ 

(D) 

250 
(DJ 
(DJ 

105 
(DJ 
13 

2,028 

45 
23 

(DJ 

(DJ 

1,349 

983 
27 

1 97 

(DJ 

2 

(DJ 

(DJ 

(DJ 
40 
38 

(DJ 

(DJ 

367 
(DJ 
(DJ 
(DJ 
(DJ 
19 

102 

(DJ 

(DJ 

1 


(DJ 
(DJ 
(D) 

1 ,831 

201 
(DJ 



67 
(DJ 

76 
1 ,629 
(DJ 

96 
(DJ 
1 ,033 

81 
(D) 

35 
296 
(DJ 
(DJ 

48 

250 


12,152 

S3 

5,966 

1 ,84o 
201 
77 
(DJ 
(D) 

1 
(D) 

403 
(0) 

4,120 

(»J 

(03 

143 
(0) 


(Dl 
I D> 
(0/ 
2,976 

325 
(D) 
1 ,7-3 
(D) 

1,740 

26 
1 3 

(DJ 

(DJ 

1,191 

1,156 

(») 

(0) 

(D) 

(D) 

(0) 
3o5 

(DJ 
1 13 
44 
02 

(OJ 

34 



(•J 



54 

357 

125 

231 

13 

28 

30 



160 

2,785 
365 

-5 



259 

1 5 

«7 

2,598 

64 

79 

50o 

1,749 

1 76 

9o 

(DJ 

074 

540 

(0) 

6 
404 


1,015 












(DJ 
(D J 




(DJ 




(DJ 




49 




3 




(DJ 




(DJ 




24 




(DJ 




(DJ 




( «J 




U 




2 




(DJ 




(DJ 




10 




70 




45 
24 




1 




(DJ 




2 

(DJ 




(DJ 


Australia, N.Zealand, 8 S.Africa 


(DJ 
(DJ 




( DJ 




(DJ 




179 




169 
(DJ 




(DJ 




(DJ 




(DJ 




(DJ 




(DJ 




(DJ 




1 1 




(DJ 




(DJ 




(DJ 




9 
1 




(»J 


O.K. Islands, Caribbean .... 


(DJ 


(DJ 


Middle East 


56 




(DJ 




(DJ 




5 




(DJ 




21 




3 
(DJ 


Other Africa, Asia, i Pacific .. 


105 
(DJ 




(DJ 




5 




6 




(DJ 




(DJ 




(DJ 




(DJ 




3 




1. 




(OJ 




5 




(D) 




1 


People's Republic of China 


(») 

4 




6 




19 




(DJ 



162 



NON B ANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table G-23.--U.S. Exports Shipped by Affiliates to Foreigners Other Than th< 

Country of Destination by Country of U80 

[Millions of dollars] 



foreign Parent Group* 



All coun- 
tries 



Europe 

Of yh i ch-- 



G e r many 



Nether- un i t ed S w i t zer- 
lands Kinydom land 



Austra- 
lia* 
New Zea- 
land* 

and 

South 

Africa 



Latin 
America 



Middle 
East 



other 
Africa/ 

Asia* 

and 

Pac i f i c 



Uni ted 
States 



Aoden- 
djm — 
OPEC 



(1 ) 



(2) 

840 
85 

^?^ 

212 

< D) 

3 
( D) 
ID) 

3 
(0) 
CD) 
26 

81 
1 



( 3) 
1 8*754 

1*240 

8*2 16 

3*687 
4 43 

94 
556 
825 

27 
667 
555 
519 

4*529 
CD) 
45 

1 09 
CD) 
65 
71 
<D> 
<D> 
CD) 
301 
237 
1 *804 
(0 ) 

2*040 

301 

148 

22 

1 32 

3*318 



(4) 

9,8 



(5) 
2,268 
261 

1 ,080 

381 
27 

4 

57 

126 

8 
CD) 
CD) 
94 

698 
2 

(D ) 


2 
CD 
1 7 
1 5 
646 
30 
61 7 
1 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

76 

62 

28 

7 

27 

425 

CD) 
26 
73 



92 
13 
23 
1 8 



(0) 
(*> 
C* ) 

( ») 


<D) 

41 

1 5 

26 

2 

1 

16 

1 

6 

276 
29 
1 
CD) 
16 
1 
(D) 
247 
20 
7 
29 
191 
1 4 
CD > 

1 
(D) 

1 5 
45 

4B 

■it, 



(6) 

1, 130 

181 

319 

2 2 5 
22 

(0) 
34 
32 

< D) 
35 
13 
51 

96 
( D ) 

3 

■J 
5 



(7) 

2*504 

238 

871 

744 

68 

8 

145 

216 

2 

72 

1 15 

1 18 

1 27 
2 
CD) 



5 

(0) 

1 7 

1 2 

59 

32 

27 

6 

1 1 

5 

6 

1 39 

98 

4 1 

4 

53 

532 

509 
38 
42 

250 
10 
82 
87 
(0) 
18 
1 3 
12 



(8) 

1*971 

86 

737 

270 

9 

(0) 

26 

75 

<D) 

96 

34 

20 

467 
1 


CD) 

3 

5 
21 
330 
(0) 
(D) 
(0) 
(0) 
(0) 

5 

CD) 

19 

10 
1 
8 

312 

298 
6 
53 
CD) 
(D) 
CD) 
(0) 



(9) 

4^969 
111 
938 

573 

34 
(D) 
14 
1 21 
CD) 
23 
21 1 
ID) 

364 

< •) 
<D) 


( D ) 
(D) 

3 
13 
160 
(D ) 
(D) 

11 
(D ) 
<D) 

1 

1 *525 

39 
(D) 
(D) 

4 

453 

443 
<D) 
(0) 

1 2- 
(D) 
(D) 

102 

( D ) 

29 

30 

1 7 

(D) 

10 
2 

< « ) 

1 
2 
6 



(10) 



(12 ) 
(0) 



(13) 

(0) 

<D) 



(1 5) 
28 
1 

l 

1 

l 
C 



All countries 



Europe 

European Communities (9) 

Belgium 

Denmark ............... 

i ' anc e 

Germany ............... 

Ireland 

Italy 

Netherlands 

United Kingdom ........ 



Other Europe ........... 

Austri a 

Finland .............. 

Liechtenstein ........ 

Norway 

Spain 

Sw eden 

Switzerland .......... 

Ot her 

Western Europe, nee 
Eastern Europe 

Poland 

Romania .......... 

U.S.S.R 

Other 



Japan 

Australia, N. Zealand* 

Australia 

New Zealand 

South Africa 



S S.Africa 



Latin America 

South fi. Central America 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Mexico 

Panama 

Venezuela 

Ot her 

Chile 

Colo mo i a 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Other 



Other Western Hemisphere . 
Bahamas ................ 

Bermuda 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands, Caribbean 
Ot her 



Midd le East 

Israel ................ 

t her 

Kuwai t 

Lebanon 

Saudi Arabia ........ 

United Arab Emirates 
Ct her 



Other Africa, Asia, & Pacific .. 

Other Africa 

Algeria 

Libya 

Other Saharan 

Nigeria .................... 

Other Sub-Saharan .......... 

Other Asia * Pacific 

Hong Kong 

Philippines 

South Korea ................ 

Other 

India 

Indonesia ................ 

Malaysia 

People's Republic of China 

Taiwan 

Other 



31 ,216 

1 ,670 

1 1,829 

5*646 
560 
161 
743 

1 ,394 

66 

832 

949 

942 

6*183 
32 

90 
( •) 

1 77 

994 
89 

1 27 
4*674 

774 
3,901 
(D) 

344 
2,395 
< D) 

5,158 

423 

205 

40 

178 



91 



(D) 
(D) 



<D) 
CD) 



(0) 

(D) 
(D) 
(0) 

(D) 



37 9 

4,880 

1 ,850 
248 

(D ) 
266 

(D) 

2 

(D) 

(0) 
216 

3,030 
(D) 
1 2 

(D) 
(D ) 

7 
1 5 
2,348 
293 
2,055 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
1 55 

( D ) 

82 

50 

8 

24 

1,192 



Una I locat ed 1 / 
Add endun— : EC 



4,21 5 


179 


2,895 


1,163 


170 


18 


1 09 


9 


71 7 


(D) 


433 


191 


1,719 


56 


1,227 


493 


88 


3 


36 


10 


437 


(D) 


358 


118 


1 ,083 


58 


732 


342 


257 


4 


<D) 


<D ) 


269 


15 


2 06 


108 


163 


2 


1 18 


47 


157 


3 


(D ) 


(D) 


237 


34 


1 58 


35 


509 


5 


1 24 


29 


(D ) 


( *) 


(D) 


1 


( D) 





(D) 


<» ) 


(D) 





<D> 


1 


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5 


<•) 


1 31 


5 


(D) 


26 


926 


33 


ID) 


(D) 


(D) 


2 


1 57 


(D) 


< D) 


31 


(D) 


244 


<.7 


1 


4 <. 


1 6 


48 


< «) 


48 


(0) 


(0) 


25 


(D) 


(D) 


27 


2 


(D) 


1 


321 


2 


213 


166 


6,128 


138 


3,024 


(D) 


980 


55 


706 


(D) 


< D) 


15 


(D) 


1 6 


42 


1 


34 


(0) 


405 


9 


329 


21 5 


1 16 


4 


58 


(D) 


(0 ) 


26 


(D) 


(D ) 


5*149 


83 


2,318 


1*275 


302 


13 


90 


6 


216 


3 


59 


2i 


1*123 


(D) 


355 


(D ) 


3*508 


(D) 


1,813 


(D) 


304 


8 


226 


(D) 


271 


(0) 


(0) 


79 


142 


2 


35 


22 


(D ) 


6 


(D) 


(D) 


1 ,024 


19 


4 28 


(D) 


(D) 


10 


(D) 


1 1 2 


358 


(0) 


(D) 


CD) 


1 ,662 


71 


1,153 


471 



CD) 




(D) 






7 


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6 








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9 
1 
3 



302 

)) 

63 

70 

5 

68 



28 

2 

24 



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1 

1 

29 



(D) 
(D) 



2 

30 

1 

(D) 

125 

46 
(D) 



1 
13 



(D) 
(D) 



79 

9 

8 

14 

43 



(D) 

< • ) 
21 
6 
(0) 

21 

167 



23 
2 



( • ) 
(0) 

3 
(D) 

1 19 
8 

1 1 1 
12 

( D) 
58 
10 

<D) 

378 

84 

13 

7 

29 

15 

20 

295 

( 0) 

( 0) 

19 
229 
20 
23 
5 
( D) 
(D) 
(0) 

1 28 

237 



2 

33 

2 

18 



14 
1 
1 
1 


11 



(D) 

<0> 

3 

2 

1 1 

(<) 

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(D) 

(D) 

2 
1 
(D) 

2 
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336 
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1 3 
2 
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1 1 6 
31 



2 J 



2 



21 

6 

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Table G-2*.— -U.S. Imports Shipped to Affili 

CMi 1 1 i ons of dol I 



ates» Industry of Affiliate by 

ars] 



3y product 



Food and 

li we 

a n i Tia I s 

chiefly 

for food 



Be ve r 
ages and 
tobacco 



Crude 
materi- 
als* ined- 
ible* 
except 
fuels 



Pet r o- 

l eum and 

products 

1 / 



Coal, | C hem 1 - 
coke# and cals and 
briquets related 
products 



Machin- 
ery 



Road 

vehicles 

and parts 

2/ 



Other 
trans- 
port 
equl p- 
men t 2/ 



Metal 

man u f ac- 

t u res 



(2) 



(3) 

777 

< «) 

41 3 

4 1 o 















(4) 

3*744 

(0) 

(D) 

520 

2 

14 
(0) 

2 
( •) 
(D) 



41 4 
(0) 
<D> 



( 5) 

11,719 



9,939 

(D) 



6 
6 


( •) 





1 

1 
( «) 



(7) 

2,955 

(*> 

167 

1 ,552 

CD) 

1 ,376 
914 
182 

65 
161 

53 

92 

90 

1 



(3) 
1 1,465 

(• ; 

9 
3,024 

t 

58 

54 

2 

2 
(•) 

1 

104 
70 
34 



(9) 

16,070 



(0) 

(D) 



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1.001 

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(0) 






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(0) 

(*) 



(1 1) 

111*606 
(D) 

(o; 

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2 



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1 ,231 

1*u»0 

141 



(12, 
10*731 

(«) 

1 

1 , 4U4 

CD) 

178 
138 

(») 

(D) 

(0) 

2 

(D) 
(D) 
<u) 



All industries 



Mi n i ng 
Pet r o I eum 



10,588 



Manufacturing ............ 

Food S kindred products 



Chemicals 8 allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs 

Soap, cleaners, S toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 
Other 

Primary 8 fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 



952 

1 ,744 

1 ,138 
187 
1 33 

( D) 

(D) 



6,452 





593 

502 



(tO 
(*) 
CD) 
(0) 
(D) 



82 

3 



(0) 
(D) 



1 



873 
673 
200 




1 



11 
11 





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I • ) 



Machinery 3,450 23 28 2*593 3 CD) o98 CD) 

Machinery, except electrical 1,437 (D) (*) 1*222 3 (D) ( D) 44 

Electric 8 electronic equip. 2,013 (D) 28 1,372 (D) (0) 

Other manufacturing 2,394 3 68 (D) (D) 259 CD) 315 (0) 1*087 

Textile products 8 apparel .98 15 (•) < D > (D) 53 

Lumber i furniture 98 (D) ( D) 87 

Paper 8 allied products 4 59 (D) 64 CD) 

Printing S publishing 87 1 1 19 (0) (D) 

Rubber S plastics products . 126 1 (D) (D) 1 7 2 66 

Stone, clay 8 glass products 115 22 2 14 1 (•) 4 72 

Transportation equipment 953 5 (•) 58 (D) 315 (0) 18 

Instruments 8 related prods. 291 3 0<D) 41 (I/) IZZ 

Other 16S 3 (D) (0) 19 U 14 IK. 

Wholesale trade 54,016 5,769 (D) 3,137 1,742 (D) 1,226 8*326 15*573 641 8*307 8*971 

Motor vehicles 8 equipment 18*068 (D) (D) (D) (•) (D) 1*065 14*950 112 465 1*2iS 

Metals 8 minerals 15*823 854 1*937 1,456 (D) 559 730 (D) 216 6,878 2*978 

Other durable goods 10,476 (D) 1 539 <*) 96 6,199 (D) 314 320 2*923 

Farm-product rau materials 4,753 2,419 (0) 282 (D) 77 303 (D) 553 397 

Other nondurable goods 4,897 2,392 226 (D) (D) (D) 29 3 70 1,437 

Retail trade 611 (D) (0) 5 3 63 (0) (•) 336 

Food strs.,eat. S drink. places <D> (D) 1*) 00 ( •) 5 

Retail trade, nee (D) 1 (D) 5 3 63 (0) 331 

Finance* except banking 10 D (D) 1 <») (•) CD) 

Insurance <•) (•) (•) 

Real estate (•) (•) ( *) 

Other industries 137 (D) (*) (•) <D> (0) 42 (D) (D) (0) ID) 

Agriculture 11 (D) (*) (*) J <D) 1 

Forestry 6 fishing (*) (*) 0000000000 

Construction 42 <•) (D) 2 CD) 1 

Transportation (D) 00000000 (D) (0) (D) 

Communication 8 pub. utilities <D) (D) (•) (•) U 

Services 39 1 <•) (D) 20 (D> <•) 2 la) 



164 



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Table G-25.-- U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates/ Country and Industry of UBO Ly Product 

[Millions of dollars] 



Total 



3y product 



Food and 

I we 

animals 

chiefly 

for food 



Be ver 
ages and 
tobacco 



Crude 

m a t er i - 

al s x 1 ned- 

i b I e / 
encept 

fuels 



Petro- 
leum and 
produc t s 

1 / 



Coal^ 

coke* and 
br i que t s 



Chemi- 
cals and 

related 
products 



Machin- 
ery 



Road other 
vehicles trans- 
and parts port 
IJ equip- 

ment Z I 



Me ta I 
manufac- 
tures 



U) 



(5) 



(12> 
10/731 



All countries/ 



industries 



3y country 



Europe 

European Communities (9) 

Eelgium 

Denmark 

Fr anc e 

Germany 

Ireland 

Italy 

Luxemoourg 

Netherlands ........... 

United Kingdom 



Other Europe ... 
Au stria ...... 

Finland 

Liecht en stein 
No r way ....... 

Spain 

Sweden 

Sw i tz e rl and . , 
Ot her , 



Japan . 

Australia/ ^.Zealand/ & S.Africa 



Latin Ame nca 



South & Central 
Argentina . . . . 

Br az i I 

Mexico i 

Panama ....... 

Ve nez ue I a . . . , 
Ot her 



5,553 


33,274 


2 8,081 


598 


268 


3,74.9 


7, 519 


CO) 


763 


CD) 


6, ".36 


8,499 


5,194 


1 03 


25 


108 


97 


41 


1 ,969 


2,498 


353 


27,653 


(D) 


1 ,1 96 


1 ,041 





93 


279 


564 


CD) 


(D) 



490 

3,864 

2.620 

(•) 

(0) 

255 
72 

(0) 
(D) 

473 
1,701 

1,244 
(D) 

J 

<D ) 

36 
1 
927 
CD) 

714 

(D) 

620 

620 

(0) 
CD) 
(0) 


45 



506 
227 

227 


( » ) 

62 
( •) 


(0) 
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3 
140 





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1 4 






296 

1,339 

1 ,206 
5 

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195 
175 
3 
(0) 



68 

657 

1 34 
(0) 


(D) 
< D) 



16 

74 



549 

(D) 

(D) 

135 


(0) 

( 0) 

(0) 
3 

(0) 



(0) 
9,120 



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(0) 
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11 
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757 



279 

1 , 782 

1 ,440 

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216 

659 



72 

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270 

342 


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31 

285 
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692 

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719 

4,227 

3,001 

22 

103 

270 

1 ,533 



160 

5 

367 

543 

1,226 

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6,277 

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3 

5,326 

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3,520 



317 

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608 

551 
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1 ,49U 
3,537 

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31 

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225 

262 



4,u93 

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3 

68 

( 0) 

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1,142 
3,1 85 

2,697 

CD.) 

1 1 
8 53 
644 
CD) 

85 
CD) 

86 
CD) 

489 
32 

4 

1 
CD) 

5 

34 

35u 
CD) 

3, 523 

(D) 

CD) 



65 




(D) 
(0) 
(D) 
CD) 
CD) 



Other western Hemisphere . 

Bahamas 

Bermuda 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands, Caribbean 
Ot her 



( • ) 



(D) 



(D) 
(0) 

( • ) 



(D) 
(D) 



CD) 
CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 



CO 

< • ) 



Midd le East 

I s ra e I 

Other 

K'uwai t 

Lebanon 

Saudi Arabia ........ 

United Arab Emirates 
Ot her 



(D) 
CD) 
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( *) 
CM 
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CD) 
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CD) 
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(D) 



Other Af r i 

t he r Africa 
t he r Asia s 
Ho ng < on j, . 
Ph i 1 1 ppi rie s 
South Korea 
Ot her 



Asia, % Pac i f i 
Pacific 



Uni t ed States . 
Addendum--OP EC 



CD) 

CD ) 
969 
258 

CD) 
490 

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CO) 
CO) 



CD) 
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CD) 



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304 
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By industry 

Government 1,551 CD) 124 3 

Individuals, estates, S trusts . 2,997 849 58 121 3 

Petroleum 9,869 <•) CO (D) 9,264 

Agriculture 548 501 CO 

Mining CD) CD) CD) (0) 

Construction 27 

Manufacturing 28,426 613 528 410 20 

Transp., comm., & pub. utilities 414 CO CD) CD) 

Wholesale and retail trade 20,653 2,806 31 685 745 

Banking CD) 4 CD) 

Holding companies 2,788 1,094 160 131 656 

Other finance and insurance .... 186 3 CD) 

Real estate 2 

Services CD) CD) CO (D) (0) 



3 


CD) 


162 


CD) 




CD) 


2 u 


3 





11 4 


44 1 


CD) 




CD) 


61 4 


703 


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1,713 


8,253 


8,763 


504 


2,61 


4,955 


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1 5 


CD) 




618 


2,059 


6, 568 


294 


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84 


322 







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153 


21 7 


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NOMoANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table G-26. — U.S. 



Imports Shipped to Affiliates by the Foreign Parent Group* Industry of Affiliate 
by Product and Whose Product 

CMillions of dollars] 



By product 



Food and 

I i ve 
animals 
chiefly 
for food 



Bever- 
ages and 
tobacco 



C rude 
raateri- 
a I s, 
ined- 
ible. 
except 
fuels 



Petro- 
leum and 
products 
1 / 



Coal* 

coke* 

and 

briquets 



Chemi- 
cals and 
related 
product s 



Machin- 
ery 



Road 
veh i c I es 

and 
parts 21 



Ot her 
t r ans - 

port 
equip- 
ment 21 



Metal 

man uf ac - 

t u res 



By whose product 



Prod- 
ucts of 

the 

i orei gn 

parent 

group 



Prod- 
ucts of 

o t he r s 



(1 ) 

47,010 

25 

2*784 

7*808 

466 

1 .387 

1*050 
153 
75 
(0 ) 
(D) 

1*336 

1*192 

143 



(2) 

1 *S75 





1 68 

(D) 

(0) 
CD) 



(3 ) 

552 





332 

331 














14) 
1 .094 
<D* 
ID) 

241 
( •) 



I 5) 
2*605 

2*336 
(0) 



16 ) 
(D) 



(7) 

2*235 

(») 

(0 ) 

1*288 

<D) 

1*155 

846 

1 53 

38 

CD) 

CD) 



(8) 

10*224 

(*) 

7 
2*53D 

5 

45 

42 

1 

1 




(D) 
CD) 



IV) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 



(10) 

813 



272 










(D) 

CD) 
CO 



(11) 

7*761 
CD) 

CD) 
1*732 


CD) 

2 



(D) 

CD) 

974 
87* 

99 



C1 2) 

(D) 

( •) 

( •) 

CD) 

CD) 

132 
129 



CD) 
CD) 

( .) 

7 
1 

7 



(1 3) 

35*1 27 

25 

2*212 

6*637 

CD) 

1 *336 
1*01 9 
1 53 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

1,171 

1*047 
1 24 



(14) 
11*883 

( *) 
571 

1 *1 71 

CD) 

51 

10 

1 

C D) 

(0) 

CD) 

1 65 
1 45 

2u 



All industries 



Mining 
Pet r c I eum 



Manufacturing 

Food S kindred products 



Chemicals 8 allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs 

Soap* cleaners* 5 toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 
Other 

Primary 8 fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 

(D) 
CD) 



(*) 
<«) 
C*) 



CD) 

CD) 



1 



<*) 
C*) 



Machinery 3*086 CD) (D) 2*313 1 4 678 64 2*426 659 

Machinery* except electrical 1*270 CD) C") 1.093 1 4 CD) CD) CD) (D) 

Electric S electronic equip. 1*815 3 CD) 1*220 CD) CD) CD) CD) 

Other manufacturing 1*533 1 CD) (D) 42 101 CD) (0) CD) 313 CD) CD) 

Textile products S apparel . 66 CD) C«) 10 CD) 39 61 5 

Lumber 8 furniture 75 CD) (D) CD) 75 C •> 

Paper 8 allied products CD) CD) CD) CD) CD) 

Printing 8 publishing 38 1 1 4 O 32 23 1 5 

Rubber S plastics products 85 1 CD) CD) 11 (.') 56 76 9 

Stone* clay 8 glass products 81 CD) 1 12 1 <*) (•) CD) 67 14 

Transportation equipment 543 CD) CD) CD) CD) CD) 540 3 

Instruments 8 related prods. 253 CO) 33 1 CD) 2 5U 4 

Other (0) 1 CD) 1 16 7 43 CD) 15 

Wholesale trade 36.068 1*692 (D) 836 CO) CD) 827 7*606 CO) 511 5*682 5,710 26*058 10*310 

lotor vehicles 8 equipment (0) 3 CD) 1 (*> CD) 1*022 CD) CD) CO) (0) 13,678 (0) 

Metals 8 minerals 6*645 CD) 4 77 CO) CO) 240 428 CO) CD) 4.441 CD) 1,703 4,942 

Other durable goods 9,298 CD) CO) (0) 5,868 CO) 305 221 CD) 8,09b 1,20u 

Farm-product raw materials 1.897 155 CD) 183 C«) (0) 263 CD) CD) 266 61 1.836 

Other nondurable goods CD) CD) 179 8 CD) CD) 25 3 CD) 1.262 2.519 ia> 

Retail trade 227 CD) <D) CD) 2 47 CD) C •) CD) 155 72 

Food strs..eat. 8 drink. places CO) CD) (*) C«) 1 CD) 2 

Retail trade, nee (0) 1 CD) CO) 2 46 CD) l) CD) CD) 71 

Finance, except banking 10 CD) 1 <•) (•) CD) CD) CO) 

Insurance (•) C •) C • ) 

Real estate (*) <*) Q0C«) c •) 

Other industries 87 (0) (*) CD) CD) 33 CD) CD) CD) 6 CD) (D) 

Agriculture 4 (0) (*> (*) CD) C») 4 ( •> 

Forestry 8 fishing <*> (•) C •) 

Construction CD) CD) 2 1 1 <D) CD) 

Transportation CD) CD) CD) CD) CD) 1 

Communication 8 pub. utilities CD) CD) («) CD) 

Services 24 1 CD) 15 CD) (•) 1 CO) 22 2 



166 



NO N BANK U.S. AFflLlATtb 



Table G-27. 



-U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates by the Foreign Parent Group* Country and Industry 
of UBO by Product and Whose Product 



[.Millions of do I I a r s J 



By product 



Food and 

L lve 
animals 
chiefly 
for food 



Bever- 
ages and 
t oba ceo 



C r ude 
nateri- 
a Is* 
ined- 
ible, 
ex cept 
fuel s 



Pet r o 

I e urn and 

pro due t s 

1 / 



Coal# 

coke/ 

and 

briquets 



C he mi - | Ma c h i 
cals and e r y 
related 
prod uct s 



Road 
veh i c I e s 

and 
parts 2 I 



Other 
trdns- 

por t 
equip- 
ment 2 I 



Me tal 
manufac- 
tures 



tiy whose product 



Prod- 
uct s of 

the 

f orei gn 

parent 

yroup 



Prod- 
ucts of 
o t he r s 



( U I 



(13) (14) 

55/1 27 1 1 ,aoi 



All countries* all industries 



813 



By country 



Europe 

European Communities C 9) 

Belgium 

Denmark ............... 

Fr anc e 

Germany 

Ireland 

Italy 

Luxemoourg 

Netherlands 

United Kingdom ........ 



Other Eur Dpe • . . 

Austria 

Finland 

Li echt eistein 
Norway ....... 

Spain 

Sweden 

Sw i tz e rl and . . 
Ct her 



Japan 

Australia/ N.Zealand/ & S.Africa 
Latin America .................. 



South & Central America 
Argentina ............ 

Br azi I 

Mexico 

Panama 

Venezuela 

Ot her 



Other western Hemisphere . 

Bahamas 

Bermuda 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands/ Caribbean 
Ot her 



Middle Eas t 

Israel ................ 

Other 

Ku wai t 

Lebanon 

Saudi Arabia ........ 

United Arab Emirates 
Ot her 



Other Afn 

Other Africa 
Other Asia f. 
Hong Kong . 
Philippines 
South Korea 
Ot her 



Asia/ 



Uni t ed States . 

Add endum--OPEC 



4/599 


18,776 


15.811 


356 


(D) 


2.719 


6/644 


(0) 


6 54 


175 


3/323 


2/755 


2/965 


8C 


16 


(0) 


78 


(D) 


1 »287 


1/114 


284 


21 ,920 


530 


395 


336 





< D> 


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111 





(0) 


60 


(0) 


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(0) 


(0) 





3 














668 





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1 38 


CD) 


CD) 


14 


(0) 


( ») 



233 

1 /352 

743 



47 

< D) 
29 


CD) 


(0) 
424 

309 
(0) 


(D) 
(D) 

1 
49 
(0) 

315 

167 

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18 

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103 

103 



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87 













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Table G-28.--U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates by Foreigners Other Than the Foreign Parent Group* 

Industry of Affiliate by Product 

[Millions of dollars] 



By pr odu c t 



Food and 

live 

an i na I s 

chiefly 

for food 



Be ve r 
age s a nd 

tobacco 



Crude 
materi- 
als* ined- 
ible* 
xcept 
fuels 



Petro- 
leum and 
product s 
1/ 



Coal* 
coke* and 
br i que t s 



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cals ana 

related 
produ ct s 



Machin- 
ery 



Road 

veh i c I es 

and parts 

II 



Otner 
trans- 
port 
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ment 2/ 



Metal 
, manu f ac - 
t u res 



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CO) 



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225 



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9*114 



720 



1*241 



186 



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Mi i i ng 
Pet r o I eum 



Manufacturing 

food 8 kindred products 



Chemicals 8 allied products .. 

Industrial chemicals 

Drugs 

Soap* cleaners* £ toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals „•*.« 
Other 

Primary 8 fabricated metals .. 
Primary metal industries ... 
Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery .................... 

Machinery* except electrical 
Electric & electronic equip. 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products 8 apparel . 
Lumber 8 furniture ......... 

Paper & allied products .... 

Printing & publishing 

Rubber & plastics products . 
Stone* clay 8 glass products 
Transportation equipment ... 
Instruments 8 related prods. 
Other 

Wholesale trade 

lotor vehicles 8 equipment ... 

Metals 8 minerals 

Other durable goods 

Farm-proojct raw materials ... 
Other nondurable goods 

Retail trade 

Food strs.*eat. 8 drink. places 
Retail trade* nee 



finarce* except banking 

Insurance 

heal estate 



Other industries 

Agriculture 

Forestry 8 fishing ........... 

Construction 

Transportation ............... 

Communication 8 pub. utilities 
Services 



2 

7*804 

2*605 



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NONaAN* U.S. Af f UlAT t S 



LMillions of dollars] 



By p r odu c t 



Food anj 

live 

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chiefly 

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tobacco 



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l eum and 

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all industries 



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European Communities (9) 

Belgium 

Denmark 

France ................ 

Germany 

Ireland 

Italy 

Luxemoourg .. .......... 

Netherlands 

United Kingdom ........ 



t he r Ejrope . . . 
Austria ...... 

Finland ...... 

Liechtenstein 

No rua y 

Spain 

Sw eden 

Switzerland .. 
Ot her 



Japan 

Australia* N.Zealand* S S.Africa 



Latin Ame r ica 



South & Cent rat 
Ar gent i na 

Brazi I 

MexicD 

Panama 

Venez uel a . . . , 
Ot her , 



Other Western Hemisphere . 
Bahamas ................ 

Bermuda 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands* Caribbean 
Ct her 



Midd le East 

Israel 

Other 

Kuwai t 

Lebanon 

Saudi Arabia 

United Arab Emirates 
Ot her 



Other Africa* Asia* J4 Pacific 

Other Africa 

Other Asia & Pacific 

Hong <oig 

Philippines 

South Korea 

Other 



954 


4,499 


2,270 


242 


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1 ,030 


875 


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109 


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4,112 


5,743 


2,229 


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1 ,384 


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5,733 


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705 





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Government 585 CD) CD) 3 

Individuals, estates, 6 trusts. 1,747 CD) (D) 88 2 

Petroleum 7,095 CD) 6,932 

Agriculture CD) CD) 

Kiling CD) (D) CD) CD) 

Construction (D) 3 

ran u factur ing 2,19c 339 97 233 CD) 

Transp., conm., & pub. utilities 79 CO CD) 

Wholesale and retail trade 7,492 1,623 CD) 286 (0) 

Bankinu CO) 3 CD) 

Holding companies 2,054 929 66 55 653 

Other finance and insurance .... 134 CD) 

Real estate CO 3 3 

Services (0) <D> CO (D) (D) 



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Table G-30.--U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates; Industry of Affiliate by Transactor and Intended use 

[Millions of dollars} 



Shipped by all foreigners 



Capital 

equipment 

1 / 



Goods for 
r esa le 

without 

further 

manuf ac - 

lure 



Goods for 

further 
manufac- 
ture/ and 

other 

uses 



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equipment 

1/ 



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resale 
w i thout 
further 

m a nuf ac - 
t ur e 



for I 



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further 
manuf a c- 
lure/ and 

other 

uses 



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Capi t a I 

equ i pient 

1/ 



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w j thout 
further 

manuf ac* 
ture 



t ur t n er 
manufac- 
ture/ and 
other 
uses 



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28 
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(4) 

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2 


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2 





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industries 



Mining 

Metal mining ................. 

Coal 

Nonmetallic minerals/ex. fuels 



CO 



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3 



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Petroleum .................. . 

Oil & gas extraction ......... 

Crude pet. Cno refin.) S gas 
Oil & gas field services ... 

Petroleum & coal products mfg. 

Petroleum wholesale trade .... 

Other 



Manufacturing 



Food S kindred products ...... 

Grain mill & bakery products 
Beverages .................. 

Other 

Chemicals & allied products .. 
Industrial chemicals ....... 

Drugs ...................... 

Soap/ cleaners/ S toiletries 
Agricultural chemicals ..... 

Other 

Primary i fabricated metals .. 

Primary metal industries ... 

Ferrojs .................. 

Nonferrous ............... 

Fabricated metal products .. 

Machinery 

Machinery/ except electrical 

Construction machinery ... 

Special industry machinery 

Office S computing mach. . 

Other .................... 

Electric & electronic equip. 

Radio/ TV/ & comm. equip. 

Electronic components .... 

Other 

Other manufacturing .......... 

Textile products & apparel . 
Lumber & furniture ......... 

Paper £ allied products .... 

Printing S publishing ...... 

Rubber S plastics products . 

Stone/ clay & glass products 

Transportation equipment ... 

Motor vehicles S equipment 

Other 

Instruments S related prods. 
Other 



wholesale trade ............. 

Motor vehicles S equipment 
Metals & minerals ......... 

Other durable goods 

Farm-product raw materials 
Other nondurable goods .... 



Retail trade 

Food strs./eat. & drink. places 
Retail trade/ nee 



Finance/ except banking 
Insurance 



Peal estate 



Other industries ............... 

Agriculture 

Forestry S fishing ........... 

Construction 

Transportation ............... 

Communication 8 pub. utilities 
Services 

Hotels & oth. lodging olaces 

Business services .......... 

Motion pictures & TV tape .. 

Engineering 8 architecture . 

Other 



1 0/568 
3 

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3 

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(D) 

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10/413 

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15 

407 

530 

1 / 744 
1 /138 

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1/673 

319 
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200 

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193 
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2/013 
560 
559 
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2,394 
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98 

459 
87 

126 

II 5 
953 

(D) 

(D) 
291 
168 

54/016 
18/068 
1 5,823 
10,476 
4,753 
4/897 

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(D) 
CD) 

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332 

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338 

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CD) 
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17:) 



NONaANK U.S. AFFlLlAlt^ 



) L e G-31.--U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates* Country and Industry of UBO by Transactor and 

Intended Use 



[Millions of dollars] 



Shipped by all foreigners 



Caoital 

equipment 

1 / 



Goods for 
r esa le 
w i t hout 
further 

ma nu f ac - 
t u r e 



Goods for 

further 
ma n u f a c - 

ture/ and 
other 
uses 



Shipped by the foreign parent group 



Capital 

? qu i pme n t 
1/ 



Goods for 
resale 
without 
further 

manufac- 
ture 



Shipped by other foreigners 



Goods for 

further 
manufac- 
ture/ and 
other 
uses 



Capital 

equipment 
1/ 



Goods for 
resale 
mi t ho ut 
further 

manufac- 
ture 



Goods for 

further 
manufac- 
ture* and 

other 

uses 



C 1 ) (?) 

75*803 C*.7 



(3 ) CO 



59*260 16*097 



(7) 



(8) 



(11) 



(M) 



All countries* all industries 



By country 



European Communities (9) 

Belgium ., 

Denmark , 

France 

Germany 

Ireland 

Italy 

Luxemooury ............ 

Netherlands 

United <ingdom ........ 



Other Europe 

Austria 

Finland 

Liechtenstein 

No r way 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland . . 
Other 



Japan 

Australia* N.2ealand* S S. Africa 
Latin America 



South & Central America 
Argent na ............ 

Brazil 

Mexico 

Panama 

Venezuela 

Ot her 



Other western Hemisphere . 

Bahamas 

Bermuda 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands/ Caribbean 
Ot her 



Midd Le Eas t 

Israel 

t her 

Kuuai t 

Lebanon 

Saudi Arabia 

United Arab Emirates 
Ot her 



Other Africa* Asia* £ Pacific 

Other Africa 

Other Asia S, Pacific 

Hong < ot y ................ 

Philippines 

South Korea 

Ot her 



Uni t ed States , 

Add endum--[)P EC 



5,553 


33,274 


28,081 


598 


2e>3 


3,749 


7,519 


CD) 


763 


(0) 


6,436 


8,499 


5,194 


103 


25 


108 


97 


41 


1,969 


2,498 


353 


2 7,653 


(0) 


1,196 


1 ,041 





93 


279 


564 


(0) 


(0) 


1 55 


66 


(D) 


( D) 


(•) 


2 


CD) 


CD) 


(•) 





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<D> 


CO) 


969 


258 


CD) 


490 


(0) 


<0) 


(D) 





34 


3, 767 


1,702 


4,599 


285 


20, 533 


12,457 


18, 776 


266 


16, 256 


1 1 ,559 


15,811 


< 0) 




463 


(0) 




356 




1 


(0 ) 


(0) 




CD) 




79 


2, 328 


1,342 


2,719 




77 


5,625 


1 ,818 


6,644 







( D ) 




1 


CD) 


CD) 




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CD) 




654 


CO 




( ) 


CD) 




175 


CD) 




2, 34 


(0) 




2,323 




64 


4,419 


4,015 


2,755 




19 


4, 277 


898 


2,965 







69 




34 


80 




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73 







27 




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4 


1 ,698 


267 


1 ,287 




5 


2,062 


431 


1,114 







( ) 


CD) 




284 




42 


26,666 


945 


21,920 


(0) 




(D) 


(D) 




55U 


(D) 




971 


CD) 




395 


CD) 




863 


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3,163 

13, 799 

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294 

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1 ,651 

5,116 

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CD) 
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2,561 

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1 4,499 


12,270 


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1 ,030 


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4,112 


5,743 


2,229 


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1,384 


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5,733 


CD) 


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31 



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CD) 

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1 6,733 


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4,817 


2 


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2 


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4 


1,227 


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7,661 

7,362 
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CD) 
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By industry 

Government 1,551 

Individuals, estates, S trusts . 2,997 

Petroleum 9,869 

Agriculture 548 

Mining CD) 

Construction Z7 

Manufacturing 28,426 

Transp., comm., & pub. utilities 414 

Wholesale and retail trade ..... 20,653 

Banking CD) 

Holding companies .............. 2,788 

Other finance and insurance .... 188 

Real estate 2 

Services CD) 



CO) 

81 
CD) 
C») 
CD) 
( D) 

2 76 
( D) 

5 

38 
1 
3 



1,148 
2,39-. 
C ) 

537 
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1 

22,582 

92 

20,364 

CD ) 

2,140 

179 

2 

CD ) 



CD) 

522 
CD) 
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91 3 
CD) 

5,563 

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285 

2 

609 

8 

CO 



966 
1,250 
2,774 
CD) 

1,350 

CD) 

26,230 

335 

13,161 

CO) 

733 

54 

2 

23 






335 


8 


1 ,086 


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48 





2 


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1 56 
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2 

4,536 

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1 75 

1 

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5 

2 



535 
1 , 747 
7,095 
CD) 
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79 
7,492 
CD) 
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17] 



NGNaANK U.S. AFF lLlAJES 



Table G-32.--U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates/ Country of Origin Dy Industry of Affiliate 

[Millions of dollars} 



Al I 
industries 



Petroleum 



Manufacturing 



Of which- 



Chemicals 

and 

allied 

produc t s 



Primary 
and fabri- 
cated 
metals 



Machinery 



Wholesale trade 

Of which — 



Mo t or 
vehicles 

a nd 
equi pment 



Metals 

and 

minerals 



f artn- 
produc t 

raw 
nat er i als 



< 1 ) 

75,803 

6,771 

22,1.12 

1 8,221 

781 

248 

2,202 

7,724 

63 

1,025 

988 

5,1 90 

4,21 1 

132 

73 

(D ) 
702 
169 

1 ,158 

1,282 

(D ) 

CO) 
242 
108 
18 

(0) 

<0) 



2,207 
782 
384 

1,042 



(2) 

1 0,588 

S55 

1 ,404 

<D> 
(•) 
CO 
(0) 

(0) 




(D) 

409 



( 3) 

1 0,413 

2,999 

5,035 

4,083 

141 

53 

1,074 

1,541 

18 

159 

279 

818 

952 
(0) 

23 
(0) 
8 
30 
280 
506 
(0 ) 
CD) 
<D ) 

12 
<D) 
(•) 
(0) 

852 

412 
234 

(D ) 

CD) 



(4) 

1,744 

306 

1,145 

904 

40 

( O 

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510 

( D) 

6 
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1 51 

241 
1 
(0) 


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220 
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13 
13 



(5) 

1,873 

762 

629 

538 
74 

2 
(0) 
1 94 


1 1 

CD) 

69 

91 



(6) 

3,450 

975 

1,787 

1,314 

14 

18 

(0) 

552 

2 

91 

<D) 

326 

473 
16 
1 
(0) 

4 
10 
220 
213 
(D) 
(«) 
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1 


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545 

3 
2 


1 



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54, U1 6 

2,840 

1 5,620 

1 3,037 

639 

192 

997 

6,124 

4 4 

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332 

3,898 

2 , 584 
85 
49 
(D) 
(D) 
136 
848 
70 7 
<D) 
(D) 
21 1 
92 
9 
(0) 
CD) 

23,960 

1,71 1 
522 
348 
840 



(8) 
18,068 
239 
5,590 

4,953 

< 0) 

1 
CD) 

3,688 

J 

406 

5 

418 

637 


< O 


2 

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(D) 

43 
1 

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1 
1 

( •) 

( •) 



1 1 ,346 

28 
25 



(9) 



C10) 
4,753 
20 

229 

1 63 

3 



CD) 

18 



7 

43 

CD) 

66 
CJ 



CO 

3 

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CD) 

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2 


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1,770 
1 2e 

CD) 
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(11) 

786 
78 
372 
CD) 



All countries 



jropean Communities (9) 

Belgium 

Denmark ............... 

France 

Germany 

Ireland 

It aly 

Netherlands ........... 

United <lngdom 



Other Europe ........... 

Austria 

Finland .............. 

Liechtenstein ........ 

Norway ....... .. 

Spain 

Sweden ............... 

Switzerland 

Ot her 

Western Europe, nee 
Eastern Europe ..... 

Poland ...... 

Romania 

U.S.S.R 

Other 



Japan ................ 

Australia, N.Zealand, 
Australia .......... 

New Zealand ........ 

South Africa 



CD) 



(D) 
CD) 



(*) 
CD) 



CD) 




( Dl 




CD) 






5 













55 

276 
(D) 


(D) 



15,823 

810 

5,622 

4,950 

396 

2 

(D) 

1 ,281 

4 

65 

152 

CD) 

672 
(0) 
CD) 
(*) 

94 

39 

109 

(D) 

122 

48 

74 

3 

6 
(0) 
CD) 

4,781 

786 
ID) 
CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
CD) 
CO 

s 

CD) 



CD) 
(0) 



CD) 
ID) 



CD) 
CD) 



119 
CD) 



25 



CD) 
(•) 



Latin America 



8,052 



507 



70 



4, 367 



1 ,522 



1 ,473 



South & Central America 
Argentina ......••••.. 

Brazil 

Mexico 

Panama ............... 

Venezuela ............ 

Ot her 

Chile 

Colombia ........... 

Ecuador ............ 

Peru 

Othe r 



Other Western Hemisphere . 
Bahamas ................ 

Bermuda ................ 

^ether lands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands, Caribbean 
Other 



Middle Eas t 

Israel 

Other 

Kuwait 

Lebanon ............. 

Saudi Arabia 

United Arab Emirates 
Ot her 



Other Africa, Asia, & Pacific .. 

Other Africa 

Algeria 

Libya ...................... 

Other Saharan 

Nigeria 

Other Sub-Saharan 

Other Asia & Pacific ......... 

hong Kong 

Philippines 

South Korea 

Other 

Inaia 

Indonesia ................ 

Malaysia 

People's Republic of China 

Taiwan 

Other 

Unallocated^/ 

Add e ndum--OP EC ......... . 



6,854 


2,476 


354 


( D) 






70 


CD) 




3,950 


333 


1 ,236 


1 ,3 6 5 


75 


233 


( D) 


<D ) 




1 









1 


162 


(D) 




(D) 


CD) 


1 


1,081 


CD) 


114 




3 




17 


CD) 




(D) 


112 


220 


347 


CD) 


2,252 


( D ) 


96 




15 




1 5 




32 


(D) 


CD) 




CD) 


1 40 


25 


108 





(D ) 

















98 




4 


CD) 


(D) 


CD) 


953 


304 


1 


( *) 




(O 




(») 




149 


CD) 




31 


52 





2,228 


108 


(0 ) 


(D) 






37 







1,967 


CD) 




634 


766 


CD) 


120 





(D) 


CO 




CD) 









(D ) 


C*) 




84 


CO 





631 





(D) 


(O 














(D) 


CO 




ID) 


133 







(0) 


(D) 




1 












293 




1 


CD) 


1 56 





443 


(D) 


4 




1 




2 







<D) 


( D) 




CD) 


69 





700 





<D ) 


CD) 




CD) 






u 


604 




1 


180 


387 


(O) 


1,198 


628 


153 


CD) 









CD) 




41 ? 


CO 




286 


1 08 


(O 


186 


2 


(D ) 


(D) 









CD) 




ID) 


CO 




(D) 








<D> 





CD) 

















CD) 




: 


CD) 








447 


446 


1 














1 


CO 







(O 





CO 


(D) 


4 







J 












(D) 







CD) 





(O 


419 


176 


97 


(D) 






3 


l • ) 




145 


(O 




CD) 


108 





1,333 


997 


4 




1 







(*) 




CD) 


CD) 




61 


CD) 


CO) 


ID) 


2 


3 


<») 









(*) 




CD) 


CD) 




1 


CO 


CO 


(D) 


996 


(* ) 


( • ) 














(D) 


CD) 




60 


CD) 


CD) 


<D> 























(D) 




3 


(D) 


u 





3 




























J 








3 


651 


(D) 

















D 


(D) 


CD) 




(D) 


CD) 





346 


CD) 

















J 


CD) 




3 





CD) 





208 


(D) 


(* ) 


CO 














CD) 


C O 




CD) 


1 


CD) 


9,914 


(D) 


572 


1 1 2 




80 




69 


CD) 


CD) 




2,186 


CD) 


7U 


4,895 


(0) 


1 2 .' 




10 


CD) 









CD) 




1 


459 


(D) 


CO 


1,274 


<D) 







a 












CD) 







CD) 


U 





829 


(D) 







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CD) 







CD) 








16 


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(D) 




1 


CD) 


c 


( o 


1,710 


1,540 


4 









4 







1 66 




J 


140 


(D) 





1 ,066 


(D) 


123 




10 


CD) 









(D) 


CO 




211 


3o7 





5,019 


439 


446. 


102 


CD) 






69 


•.,065 


CD) 




1 ,727 


621 


09 


397 


5 


61 




1 


CO 






27 


304 


CD) 




11 


CD) 


26 


789 





1 1 ', 


CD) 






J 




2 


672 


<D) 




ID) 


127 


4 


1 ,165 





14 




2 









4 


1,140 


167 


519 


CD) 


1 1 


2,668 


434 


257 


( 0) 




CD) 






36 


1 ,948 


1 


,9 


(D) 


412 


28, 


80 


(» ) 


27 


<D) 




( • ) 






4 


49 




1 


7 


40 


4 


565 


CD) 


18 


CD) 






1 







(D) 




5 


140 


2U7 





597 


CD) 


28 


< • ) 




( • ) 




CD) 




(D) 


( D) 




199 


9 


CO 


80 


CD) 


(D ) 




4 









3 


64 


CD) 




CD) 


5 


1 


887 


CD) 


114 




12 




4 




? 


747 




>0 


293 


81 


CD) 


459 


CD) 


(D ) 




35 


CD) 




CD) 




381 




)9 


125 


70 


CD) 


108 


CO 


32 




1 J 




2 




3 


73 




3 


54 


6 


3 


6,784 


5,373 


36 


(0) 






5 


(*) 




1,374 


CD) 




566 


553 


O 



17.' 



NGN HANK U.S. AfFjLlAIti 



Table G-33.--U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates/ Country of Qriyin by Country of UBO 

[Millions of dollarsj 









All coun- 
tries 


Canada 


Europe 


J d p a n 


Aus t r a- 
l la, 
New Zea- 
land, 

an d 

South 

Africa 


Lat 

A me r 


n 
c a 


Hi ddle 
East 


u t h e r 

Africa/ 

Asia/ 

and 
Pacific 


Uni ted 
States 


Adder 

du m 
OPE 


- 




Total 


Of ghich-- 






France 


Gernany Nether- 
lands 


United Switier- 
Kingdom land 






( 1 ) 


(2) 


< 3) 


(4 ) 


(5) 


(6) 


< 7) 


(8) 


<9) 


(10) 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(Ul 


(1 5) 








75/803 

6,771 

22,1.12 

1 8* ?21 

781 

248 

2/202 

7,724 

63 

1 /025 

988 

5/190 

4/211 

132 

73 

(0) 
702 
169 

1/158 

1 /282 

< D> 

< D) 

21.2 

108 

18 

( D> 

( 0) 

24/985 

2/207 
782 
384 

1 /042 

8/052 

6/854 
233 

1 /081 

2/252 
1 08 
953 

2/228 
1 20 
631 
333 
443 
700 

1/198 
186 

( D ) 
447 

(D) 
419 

1 ,333 

(D ) 

< D> 
CD) 

3 
651 
346 
208 

9/91 4 

4/895 

1 /274 

829 

1 6 

1/710 

1 /066 

5/019 

397 

789 

1/165 

2/668 

80 

565 

597 

80 

887 

459 

108 

6/784 


5/553 

4 .651 

501 

451 

3 

6 

113 

42 

2 

1 7 

1 

257 

51 

1 

( • > 

(0) 

2 

(0) 

( » ) 
39 

( 0) 

CD) 

( 0) 





52 

105 

< D) 
(0) 

8 

1 34 

92 

1 

10 

25 

3 

< •> 

56 



<D> 
(0) 
(0) 
32 

12 
3 




8 

( » ) 

( <) 



1) 





127 

51 









81 

46 



6 

4 

36 

( D) 

(0) 

2 

7 
( •) 

3 

(0) 


33,274 

1/542 

1 7,6 76 

14/155 

6 76 

237 

2.003 

7,083 

53 

9 36 

895 

2,272 

3,521 
1 10 
(D) 
(0) 
(0) 

1 14 

1,146 

960 

(0) 

(0) 

1 35 

70 

13 

4 

48 

661 

1 ,075 
457 
(0) 
(0) 

5,0 36 

4,433 

88 

6 78 

1 ,772 

(D) 
775 

(0 ) 

35 

1 94 

1 80 

221 

(D) 

603 
(0) 
(♦ ) 
(D) 

4 

368 

1,012 
4 

1,007 

3 

(D) 

CD) 

CD) 

6,208 

4,527 

(D) 

(D) 

<D> 

1 ,580 

937 
1,681 

1 34 

1 84 
68 

1 ,295 

58 

339 

4 78 

25 

165 

2 30 

63 

5,758 


3,749 

358 

2,1 56 

2,044 

26 

<«) 

1/733 

88 

2 

103 

6 

85 

11 2 

1 

< •) 



< • ) 
<D> 

2 

(0) 

51 

.". 

26 

3 

(D) 


(D) 

76 

21 1 
1 75 

(D) 

(D ) 

232 

<D> 

4 
1 1 1 
(0) 


(D) 

58 
<D) 



< 0) 
(D) 
(0) 

(0 ) 

1 




(D) 

( ») 

(• ) 








710 

502 
(0 ) 

< D> 

3 


(D> 
208 

(0) 




<D> 



(D) 

ID) 

2 

8 

95 

6 

547 


7,519 

307 

6/04 7 

6/ 566 

1 S5 

2 

23 

6/255 

3 

12 

66 

20 

81 
(D) 

1 

J 

2 

1 1 

23 

26 

<0 ) 

(0) 

7 
1 
5 

1 

76 

6 
4 


1 

283 

<D> 
(*> 

1 16 
138 

( * ) 
ID) 
(D) 


( • ) 

< »> 

2 

(0 > 
2 


4 

(D) 

( • ) 

( * ) 






J 

199 

(D ) 

3 



(0) 


(0) 
2 
3 
42 

(D> 

(D) 

(D) 

< D ) 

2 

13 

9 

3 

CD) 


6,436 
(D) 

1 ,128 

1,092 

(D) 

(•) 
90 
72 
3 

(D> 
741 

<D) 

!5 

2 
3 
3 
J 
2 
4 

(01 

(D) 

1 

(D) 

(0 ) 


< • ) 
3 

94 
<D) 

<*) 

( . ) 

(D) 

2,395 

2/1 97 
(0) 

87 
(0) 
3 

(0) 
204 

( • ) 

(D) 

CD) 
94 
21 

198 
3 


(0) 



(D) 

539 
( « ) 
538 
3 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

2/021 
1/493 
(0) 
CD) 

J 
(0) 
322 
531 
26 
41 
8 
4 56 
6 
75 
(D ) 
(D) 

1 7 
(D) 

2 

2.101 


8,499 

456 

2/958 

2/316 
45 

(0) 
79 
313 

(0) 
51 
66 

1 /723 

642 

3 



(0) 

9 
10 
38 

(D) 

( 0) 

3 
2 

(*) 


2 

2 54 

737 
251 
155 
332 

1 /006 

754 

4 

240 

107 

(D) 

2 
(D) 
(0) 

5 

86 

56 

1 84 

252 


( * ) 





252 

( D) 

1 

(0) 


3 

( D) 
(D> 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
( ») 
(0) 
271 
542 
39 
1 37 
14 
i ii 
9 
99 
78 
( •) 
99 
67 

43 

2/406 


2,498 

79 

1 ,327 

421 

<D) 

(0) 

59 

184 

2 

64 

4 

47 

906 
24 
(D) 
(D) 

1 
< •) 
3 
852 
(D) 
(D) 
(•) 





(*> 

85 

42 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

637 

605 
1 
65 
(D) 


(0) 
(0) 


(0) 
(D) 
<D) 
21 5 

32 

(D) 




(0) 

2 
2 

U 




u 

J 

u 

32U 

135 





2 

3 

129 

1 35 

17 

1 

3 

165 

23 

(D) 

4 
6 
20 
(0) 

6 

142 


27,653 

(0) 

276 

161 
3 
( •) 

9 
<D) 

5 
20 
25 
(D) 

1 15 







<D) 

23 

4 

(0) 

35 
I ) 
CD) 
(D) 
(D) 
(•) 

< »> 

24 ,1 51 

1 19 

1 07 

3 

8 

555 

551 

< D) 

1 74 
<D) 
23 
126 
150 
2 
( D) 
CD) 
(0) 
41 

4 
I *) 



< •) 


4 

<D> 
<*) 
(D) 
(0) 


(D) 
ID) 
(0) 

2,1 59 
210 

( D ) 

(D) 

(D) 

<D> 
12 

1 ,949 
1 66 
117 
5 52 

1,114 

1 1 

1 90 

(D) 

I D) 
675 
152 

16 

752 


<D> 
(0) 
3,673 

(0) 

(0) 

1 
(D) 
(D) 

2 

<D) 
(D) 
(D) 

CD) 
(D) 
(0) 
(•) 
(0) 
i j i 
(D) 
(l>> 

72 
(D) 
<D) 




<D) 

(D> 

68 

887 

1 71 
(D ) 
(D) 

1/153 

<D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
<D) 
(D) 

537 
<D> 
CD) 
(D) 
CD) 
CD) 

(D) 
(D) 
CD) 
(*) 
CD) 
CD) 

(*) 

( •) 








CD) 
CD) 

( *) 



( •) 

CD) 

(D) 
495 

1 
(D> 
(0) 
1 23 

2 


(D) 
(D) 

1 
(0) 

CD) 

143 


1/196 

5 

1 68 

129 
(D) 
( •) 
(D) 
6^ 

16 
5 
1 5 

39 
(D) 



J 
u 

( D) 

U 
(D) 

5 
( •) 

4 
(D) 
CD) 

U 

u 

34 
CD) 

< ») 
( *) 

CD) 

871 

< D) 

2 

307 

(D) 

389 
(D) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

(D) 

(D) 

U 
1 

I ») 

I*) 

( ») 

( * ) 



u 

J 
u 
J 
J 

90 
(D) 

O 
I 

u 
4 
(0 ) 
CD) 
ID) 

2 
<D) 
51 
5 
CD) 

1 
1 
1 U 
(D) 

(0) 

CD) 


CD) 

(D) 
(0) 

(D) 

(•) 

CD) 
(D) 

l • ) 


1 


u 



u 

2 

1 


b 
L 

u 

t 




u 


u 

u 


J 
u 
u 

3 

u 

u 
u 

u 

i 

3 

1 
1 

U 






u 
j 
u 
u 



u 
D 

L 





u 
u 

u 



u 



u 




u 



u 

u 
u 



u 


u 



u 
u 
u 


CO) 

(D) 
( •) 

ID) 

CD) 
(0) 
(D) 

CD) 

(D) 
(0) 

(D) 

<D) 
(•) 
(D) 

CD) 

(0) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

( D) 

CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

(D) 

CD) 
(D) 
(•) 


U 
77 


1 

u 
1 

u 
u 

u 

u 


I 

u 
1 
1 

1 





1 5 

u 
2 

71 
1 






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5 

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5 

86 
49 




28 



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1 

J 
4 

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1 

8 

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1 







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l- 1 

(») 
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(•) 
(*) 










11 










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? 


















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1 






II 








3 








? 
































1 








ll 








(1 










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ope/ 
ope 




U 






















u 










Australia/ N.Zeal 


and/ 


54 S.Africa 




n 


























South iv Central 












n 


































Chi I e 
























Peru 














H 


Other Western Hemis 




u 










U.K. Islands^ Caribbean .... 


u 
u 

n 








































n 










United Arab E 


mira 




u 


Other Africa/ Asi 


a/ S 


Pacific 



































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publ 


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17 : 



NOhBAnk U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table G-3<i. — U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates by the Foreign Parent Group/ Country of Origin by 

Industry of Affiliate 



[Millions of dollars] 





Al I 
industries 


Petroleum 




,1a nu 


acturing 










Wholesale 


trade 






Other 




Total 






Of uhic 


1-- 






Total 


Of uhich-- 






Chemicals 

and 

allied 

product s 


Primary 
and fabri- 
cated 

metals 


Machinery 


Mo t or 
veh i c le s 

a nd 
equi pment 


Metals 

and 

minera I s 


f arm- 

produc t 

r aw 

materials 






(1 ) 


(2) 


( 3) 


(4) 


<5) 


(6) 


(7) 


C8) 


(9) 


(10) 


C11) 




47/010 
5/097 

1 5/580 

1 2/901 
555 

1 70 
1/919 
6/569 

41 

7 5 ' 

794 

2/093 

2/679 
94 
25 
(0) 
(0 ) 

105 

1/114 

883 

315 

265 

51 

33 



1 

17 

20/829 

1/019 
448 
270 

', H 

991 

791 
(D) 

303 

237 
(0) 
CD) 

149 
( D ) 
(D) 
(0) 
64 
7 

200 

< D) 

CO 

(D) 

2 

516 
CD) 
(D) 

(0) 

3 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

2/967 

1 /018 

(0) 

(0) 

<D> 

(0) 
364 

1 /949 

245 

187 

',/•■> 

990 

22 

65 

279 

11 

'. 12 

2 1 2 

12 

1 ,081 


2/784 

74 5 

581 

568 
< O 
(*) 
<D> 

(0) 




( l>> 

(0) 

13 



n 


) 


<0> 
(0) 

CO 

( * ) 







CD) 







CO) 


n 



3 




:) 


CD) 



(0) 




347 
(D) 

(0) 




(0) 

<D> 

CD ) 

(D) 

(0) 

(0 ) 

CD) 

(0) 

(D) 

<D> 

(0) 





CD) 

3 
3 

CD ) 




(*) 

863 


7,808 
2,406 
4,283 

3,463 
116 

(0 ) 
988 

1, 307 

(0 ) 
101 

,: i9 

716 

82 5 

20 
(0) 
(0) 
5 
19 
259 
470 
CD) 
CD ) 



I 
II 

D 

532 

(D) 
(0) 
<D> 
(0> 

(D) 

117 

1 

31 

4 8 


(• ) 
37 
1 
(0 ) 
(0) 

1 

6 

(01 

(D) 

C* ) 

1 





(D) 

(0) 




!l 
J 



CD) 

26 





3 

4 

12 

CD ) 

28 
(0 ) 


172 
(0 ) 
(D) 
CD) 
(0) 
CD ) 
32 

2 

28 


1,387 

26? 

1 ,030 

807 
37 

< O 

125 

497 



2 

12 

135 

223 

< o 
(0) 




( *) 

CD) 
21 1 

( * ) 

( •) 




J 




9 

5 
5 
( *) 



34 

( D) 



1 

(0) 


3 
J 


3 


) 

(0) 

( D> 








j 




.1 

3 




40 
( D) 



3 

J 


( ) 
CD) 



< *) 


CD) 
(0) 
CD) 

( o 



1 

(D) 

CO 

(D) 


1,336 
680 
487 

429 

( 0) 

2 
< D) 
149 


(•) 


CD) 

58 

3 




<D> 
CD) 

( 0) 










18 

CD) 
(03 



(t>) 

12 

12 



(0) 

(0) 




( o 

(«) 


Q 

3 



3 














I 



i D) 

CD) 




4 

(D) 

(D) 





(D) 



(0) 




(D) 

, • ) 

4 


3,386 

933 

1 ,622 

1 ,1 63 
13 
1 7 
(0) 

467 
CO 

69 
(0) 
300 

459 

16 

1 

(0) 

(0) 

10 

216 

208 











u 



429 

2 
2 





(0) 

(0) 

1 

18 

(0) 



(•) 




3 

3 

(D) 
(D) 


1 


u 



I 




II 

u 


I 

<D> 


D 





(0) 

CO) 




(D) 

3 


(D) 

3 

(D) 

(D) 

1 
CO 


36,068 

1,893 

10,531 

8,778 
439 
145 

CO ) 

5,240 

(0) 
655 
228 

co) 

1,753 

(0) 
CO > 
(0) 
CD) 

86 
827 
384 
254 
(D ) 
(0) 
(0) 


1 

15 

20,202 

875 
328 

(D) 
(D) 

664 

662 
(0) 
(0) 
(0) 
(0) 

co) 

112 
(0) 

CO) 
(D) 
63 
1 

2 

u 
3 


2 

CD ) 
(0) 
(D) 
(D) 


(0) 


(0) 

CD) 

CD) 



CD) 
CD) 
CD ) 
1,529 

206 
CD) 

526 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

86 
CD) 
CD) 

180 

9 

190 


CD) 
CD) 

5,518 

4,892 
C D) 



C 0) 

3,660 



395 

5 

404 

627 






CD) 
CD) 

CD) 




3 


a 

3 


CD) 

26 

22 



3 

277 

277 
CD) 

96 
C 0) 

4 
CD) 
C 0) 

J 




CD) 

c 

3 
3 
3 
U 


3 

( D) 

CD) 

C D) 




C D) 



J 

CD) 

1 

J 


1 

3 


C D) 

CO) 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

1 
5 

CD) 

CD) 

C D) 

CD) 

1 
CD) 


6,645 

324 

1,537 

1 ,418 

204 

2 

246 

688 



CD) 

CD) 

171 

1 19 

(D) 




CO) 



95 

3 

CD) 

CO) 

CD) 

3 
3 


CD) 

3,963 

299 
CD) 


CO) 

126 

126 

32 
CD) 

io) 

C ») 
CD) 


CO 


CD) 













CD) 



CD) 

CD) 





CD) 

358 
CD) 




CO) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

1 

16 

169 



CD) 

CD) 


CO) 
45 

CD) 

82 


1,897 
(0) 

48 

47 





CO 
u 


CO) 

(0) 

CO 








CO 







3 

1,71 2 

CO) 
CD) 


Q 

36 

36 

G 

36 





j 


u 


3 

G 

G 






G 

L 



G 

L 

u 

66 

1 1 




u 



l 1 

55 

3 

CO) 

u 

CD) 
CD) 






CD) 

CO 

u 


353 




53 




181 




92 
< O 




CD) 




<0) 




CO) 






Italy 


3 




CD) 




36 




88 




CD; 




3 




CO 




3 




CO 




(0) 




CD) 




CD) 




COJ 
CD) 




CO) 











1 




(0) 


Australia, N . Zealand/ & S.Africa 


CD) 

CO) 









CO 




12 




12 






(DJ 




CD) 














D 


Chi le 







J 




.. 




3 









CO 









U.K. Islands/ Caribbean .... 


CO 







<D) 









CD) 









3 




3 





CD) 


Other Africa, Asia/ & Pacific .. 


1 1 





a 





















11 




1 1 




3 




CO 









3 




3 







People's Republic of China 


3 





a 




CO 








174 



. 



NON£»ANk u-S. AfflLlAfES 



Table G-35. 



-U.S. Imports Shipped to Affiliates by the Foreign Parent tirou 

Count ry of UBO 



Country of Origin by 



[Millions of dollars] 









A I I coun- 
tries 


C an a 


da 


Europe 


Japan 


Austra- 
lia, 
New Zea- 
land, 

and 

South 

Africa 


Latin 
America 


Middle 
East 


Other 
Africa, 

Asia, 

and 

Pacific 


Un i ted 
States 


Adde n - 




lota I 


Of whi ch-- 


OPEC 




f r anc e 


Ge r Tiany 


Nether- 
lands 


Uni t ed 

Kingdom 


Switzer- 
land 






( 1 ) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4 ) 


(5 ) 




(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


(12) 


(133 


C 1 4) 


(1 5) 








47,010 

5,097 

15,580 

12,901 

555 

1 70 

1,919 

6,569 

41 

759 

794 

2,093 

2,679 
94 
25 

( 0) 

(0) 
105 

1,114 

883 

315 

265 

51 

33 



1 

17 

20,829 

1 ,01 9 
448 
270 
301 

991 

791 

< 0) 

303 
237 
( 0) 

< 0) 

149 

< 0) 
( 0) 
(0) 

64 
7 

200 

( 0) 

( *) 

( 0) 


2 

516 

< 0) 
(D) 

< 0) 

3 
( 0) 
(D) 
CD) 

2,967 

1 ,018 

( 0) 

(0) 

(0) 

(0) 
364 

1 ,949 

245 

187 

526 

990 

22 

65 

279 

1 1 

402 

212 

12 

1 ,081 


4,599 

4 ,216 

344 

< 0) 

3 

D 
80 
(0) 


(0) 

241 

<0) 





( «) 
(0) 

<D) 

( •) 




3 

D 
3 
3 


(0) 

(0) 
( 0) 
1 

5 

24 

< 0) 


4 
(0) 


3 

□ 




(0) 

(0) 





(0) 

(«) 

( •) 



) 

3 


D 

1 



D 




1 




1 




1 


3 


(*) 



18,776 

764 

15,014 

1 2,385 

(0) 
1 70 

1,829 

6,502 

(0) 
746 
7 70 

1 ,793 

2,629 

94 
25 
(0) 

(0) 

98 

1,114 

849 

312 

265 

48 

(0) 



1 

(0) 
61 

4 92 

294 
(0) 
(0) 

512 

351 

1 

187 

94 


<•) 

69 

1 
(0) 
(0) 
(D) 

7 

1 61 
<0> 
( • ) 
(0) 


(0) 

356 
< 0) 
(0) 


3 
(0) 
(0) 
(0) 

1 , 565 
1 ,004 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 
(0) 
<0> 
561 
28 
62 
1 
469 
13 
(0) 
250 
3 
(0) 
(0) 

10 

91 1 


2,719 

1 ) 
1,945 

(0) 

(0) 


1,686 
(0) 
(• ) 
73 

4 
(0) 

(D) 






(0) 

(« ) 
1 
1 

1 








1 

CD) 

<0> 




(0) 

<D> 


3 




(0 ) 




(0> 









ij 












559 

(0) 

(0) 

(0) 

3 


<0 ) 

<D ) 



c 



(0) 


5 
1 


(0 ) 

(0) 

(0) 


6,644 

83 

6,327 

6,271 
(0) 

1 
1 4 
6,063 
(« ) 

3 
(0) 
(0) 

56 
(0) 





10 
(0 ) 

20 
1 
1 






8 

( •) 




(*) 

183 

183 


<D> 
(0) 



( *) 







I) 





3 




3 




3 






(0) 

(0) 

3 



(0) 


(0 ) 
1 
J 
1 

(0 ) 

4 


(0) 



<*) 

4 
(0) 
<D> 


2,323 

(D) 

936 

923 

4 

(•) 

82 

60 

3 

5 

732 

39 

14 


3 
J 
2 
(0) 

(0) 

( • ) 
(') 



3 

3 

3 

(0) 

< «) 



(0) 

203 

v, 
1 

13 
3 
D 


33 

(0) 

(0) 
1 

4 

1 '. 4 

3 



144 


(*) 

345 



345 

3 



(D) 

(D) 

(0) 

601 

351 



J 



(0) 

(0) 

2 53 
(0) 
(0) 

3 
209 
3 
(0) 

(0) 

3 

1 

(0) 

CO 

439 


2,755 
314 

1 ,800 

1 ,770 
(0) 

3 
1 2 
(0) 

4 
(0) 
(0) 
1,551 

30 







( 0) 

1 

( «) 
(0) 

(0) 
1 






1 

(0) 

336 

(0) 

(0) 
30 

83 

83 



(0) 

4 



(0) 





(0) 

4 

( * ) 



(*> 


3 


(0) 



(0) 


3 



(0) 

1 82 
4 




IJ 


4 
1 78 
10) 
<0> 


1 33 
(0) 


59 

(D) 
CD) 

CO) 




1,114 

(D) 

1 ,042 

197 
5 
(0) 
22 
1 08 

3 
<•) 
(0) 

845 
(0) 
CO) 
(0) 

1 


2 

813 


J 







5 






(0) 

2 

2 
(•) 

u 



a 






u 

ij 

(0) 

(0) 
J 



u 











22 

6 



(« ) 

5 

16 
1 
J 


1 5 
(0) 







CD) 

1 

<*) 


21 ,920 

CD) 

1 10 

( D ) 

3 

(0) 

13 
(0) 
(0) 
(0) 
CD) 

<D> 


U 

u 


<0) 



(0) 






U 


<0) 

40 
( 0) 


( D) 

192 

192 
(D) 
42 

< 0) 
CO) 
CD) 
(D) 

u 

( » ) 


(D ) 



J 







(0) 



< D) 
<D) 

J 
(0) 


(0) 

701 
10) 



(0) 


J 
( ) 

1 3U 

(D) 

62 

469 



CD) 

27 
ID) 
304 
88 

1 

166 


530 

(0) 

1 

1 






(•) 
< •) 




1 
( •) 



u 



u 



( •) 





u 

u 
Ij 




(0) 

(0) 

1 1 6 
CD) 
(0) 

(») 

(*) 


c*> 



J 

3 





u 



u 





u 

ll 




Ci 



u 
u 



u 

3 





il 



3 

(•) 

1 

2 




2 

u 
u 
U 

(•) 

Q 


395 

5 

72 

6V 
(0) 

u 

(0) 
(0) 

3 

li 
3 

3 

u 


j 



( •) 


u 
3 

3 
(0) 

u 

(D ) 

(0) 

( • ) 



u 
( * ) 

262 

(0) 

1 
7d 

(0) 




(0 ) 

(0) 

(0) 


3 


(D) 

(0) 

U 

1 

u 
( • ) 

(•) 

( ») 



j 

■j 



a 

u 

CD) 

(0) 

u 
1 

'j 

4 
(0) 

22 
(0) 


(0) 

1 1 
(0) 



u 
U 


(0) 

( • ) 

4 


CD) 

1 0) 

(D) 


U 

1 

1 





u 
u 
1 



3 


u 
u 



u 

u 

u 
u 

u 
u 

u 
u 

J 

u 

u 


IJ 



U 

u 

3 



u 
I) 

I. 
U 




(J 



J 



u 



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J 
u 


u 
u 




u 

3 
3 
u 



^ 
u 



u 

u 

u 

3 



u 


6 c B 

O 

I b) 




3 






u 

(0) 




u 




(D) 






u 



u 

( ») 



11 



u 

3 





u 



J 

3 
LI 



3 

c 



Q 
3 


CI 

IJ 








u 




(DJ 

u 

J 





(D) 

(0) 

i b) 

(0) 
38 

(0) 




(0) 
(0> 

lIJ 





<D ) 

(D) 
( D) 

( • ) 

(D) 
(03 

(•) 

i • ) 

( • ) 
( • I 

i . ) 
( •) 


1 

u 

3 
2 
1 







u 




3 

J 



u 

3 






u 

J 



u 




J 






J 

3 



J 
u 

u 


u 

L 
L 

J 
u 



Q 
U 

1 


J 



3 
j 
1 



J 
1 



u 
j 

1 

J 

u 





















European Commun 




L 


















L 








u 

























L 






































'j 








U 



































Wes tern Eur 


ope, 
ope . 






























J 










Aus t ra I ia, N . 1 ea I 


and. 


S S.Africa 






























South & Central 




J 
















c 


























Chile 






u 


































Other Western H 















Netherlands Antil 
U.K. Islands, Car 


bbe an . . . . 


D 

u 

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United Arab E 


m i r a 




u 


Other Africa, Asi 


a, S 


Pacific 


u 

u 
























Q 












a r an 

C 1 f 1 
































































c 


Peop le ' s Re 


pub I 


c of China 




L 



































17', 



NONBANK U.S. AFflLiATES 



Faole G-36.--U.S. 



Imports Shipped to Affiliates by foreigners Other Than the foreign Parent Group/ 
Country of Origin by Industry of Affiliate 



[Millions of dollars] 





Al I 
industries 


Petroleum 


Man u f ac t uring 


who lesaLe trade 


Other 




To ta I 


Of yh i ch-- 


Total 


Of yhicri — 






Chemicals 

and 

allied 

products 


Primary 
and fabri- 
cated 
metals 


Machinery 


Motor 
veh i c I e s 

a nd 
equi pm ent 


Metals 

and 

minerals 


Fa m- 

produc t 

raw 

naterials 






(1 ) 


(2) 


C 3) 


(4) 


C5) 


C6> 


C 7) 


(8) 


C9) 


C10) 


C11) 




28/793 

1 /675 

6,852 

5/319 

225 

77 

283 

1/155 

21 

267 

193 

3/097 

1 ,532 

38 
48 

CO 

(D ) 
64 
44 
399 

CD) 

CD) 
192 
75 
18 

(0) 

CD) 

4/156 

1,189 

334 
114 
741 

7,062 

6/063 

(D) 
778 

2/015 

CD) 

CD) 

2/079 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 
379 
693 

999 
(0) 
(0) 
(0) 
(0) 

41 6 

817 
15 
802 
(0) 


<D) 
(D) 
<0) 

6/948 

3.878 

CD) 

(0) 

<D) 

(0) 
702 

3/070 
1 51 
602 
639 

1/678 
59 
500 
318 
69 
485 
248 

96 

5/702 


7/804 
110 
823 

(D ) 


(•) 

3 

(0) 





20 

< 0) 

CD) 

1 




(0) 




5 

3 


3 


(D) 

(0) 




(0) 

( D ) 

2/476 

CD) 
(0) 
<D) 



804 

108 





CD ) 

(0) 



(0) 

2 


ID) 

4 
176 

651 

(0) 

(D ) 




< D> 
(D) 
(0) 

(D) 
(D) 
CD) 

CD) 



co) 

CD) 

(0) 

5 



( ) 

( •) 

(D) 
<D) 
CD ) 
(0) 
CO) 

< o 

4/510 


2,605 

593 

747 

620 

25 

(D) 

86 

234 

CD ) 

59 

69 

102 

127 

(0) 

(0) 



3 

11 

21 

37 

<0 ) 

CD) 

<t>> 
1 2 

<D> 

CO 

CD) 

320 

CD) 
CD) 
(0 ) 
CD) 

<D ) 

237 

CD ) 
83 
48 
(D) 

1 
(D) 
CD) 
CO) 

5 
3 
(0) 

CD) 
CD) 
CD) 





97 

CO) 
CD) 

CO 






CO 

(D) 

101 









101 

CD) 

33 
(0) 
14 
85 
(0) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CO) 

30 

8 


357 

37 

115 

97 
3 

( O 
23 
1 4 

CD) 

4 

(0) 
16 

IK 
1 
1 


( *) 

( *) 

< 0) 

10 
(0) 


CD) 
CD) 
CO 

< o 


39 

1 3 

9 
( O 

5 

62 

(0) 

1 
2 

(D) 


CO 
CD) 
CO 

CO 

1 
1 

CD) 

( D) 

3 




<0) 

1 

< o 
I o 






< o 

72 
CD) 



Q 


CD) 

( 0) 

1 

C 0) 

2 

CD) 

(0) 

1 


4 

1 2 

( D) 

18 

1 


538 

82 

142 

108 
CD) 
CO 

8 

44 



10 

CD) 

<D) 

33 

CD) 

1 


CO 

2 

CD) 

CO 
11 

CD) 

CD) 

10) 

5 



37 

CD) 

CO) 


CD) 

58 

58 



CO) 

CD) 


CO 
37 

CD) 



2 

CD) 


















CD) 

CD) 





CO) 

(0) 

CO 



CD) 

CO 

CD) 

CO 


4 

CO) 

2 

1 


365 

42 

164 

1 51 
1 
CO 

5 
85 
2 
22 
10 
26 

1 4 
( *) 

CO 



CD) 

1 
4 
6 

CO) 

CO 

CD) 

1 



CD) 

1 16 
1 

c o 



1 

CO) 

CD) 



CD) 

CD) 



CO 








( o 






CO 

{ • ) 

c . ) 








CD) 



J 






CD) 

CD) 
2 
4 

10) 

1 


C • ) 
CO 
CD) 
CO 

2 

CO 


1 7,948 

947 

5,090 

4,259 

200 
47 
CD) 

884 
CO) 

155 

103 
CO) 

831 
(0) 
CD) 
CO 
(0) 
50 
21 

323 
(0) 
CD) 
(0) 
CD) 

9 
CD) 
CD) 

3,758 

836 

194 

CD) 
CD) 

3,703 

3,288 
CD) 
CD) 
CO) 
CD) 
CO) 
1 ,855 
85 

586 
C 0) 
CD) 

603 

41 5 
CD) 
CD) 
CO 
(0) 

143 

CD) 
CO) 
CD) 
CD) 


CD) 
CO) 
CD) 

CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CO) 
CO) 
CO) 

2,536 
99 
CD) 

61 4 
CO) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CO) 
CD) 

201 

64 

1, 184 


CO) 
CD) 

CO 

CO 

CO 

CD) 
C O 
CD) 

C O 

CO 
C O 

CD) 

CO 

< • > 

CO) 

CD) 
CO 
CD) 

CO 

CO 

CO 
CO 

CO 

CD) 
CD) 

CD) 
CO 

c •) 

CO 

CO 

CD) 
<0) 

CO 

CD) 

CO) 


72 

61 

1 
7 

28 


11 

14 

10 



2 

1 

1 
1 



3 
2 

57 

56 
16 

8 

1 
5 

1 




22 

3 





33 






33 
4 
3 

1 

1 
3 

2 
24 


9/178 

487 

4,085 

3,532 

192 
1 
CD) 
593 
4 
CD) 
CO) 
CO) 

553 

CO) 

CD) 

CO 

CD) 
39 
14 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

CO) 

6 

CO) 

CD) 

81 7 

488 
CD) 
CO) 
CD) 

1 ,396 

1/110 
CO) 

188 
CO) 
CD) 

31 
CD) 

84 
CD) 
ID) 
CD) 

180 

286 
CO) 
CD) 
CO 
CD) 
CD) 

CO) 

1 

CO) 
CD) 


CD) 


CD) 

1/828 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

503 
CD) 

7 
CD) 
CD) 
CO) 
(0) 
80 

CD) 

484 


2,855 
CD) 

iBl 

1 1 5 
3 

CD) 
18 
U 
7 
CD) 
CD) 

66 




CO 

5 

C O 

CD) 

CD) 
35 

CD) 

1 
2 


CD) 

58 

(D) 
CD) 
CD) 

CD) 

1,437 

1,330 

CD) 
312 
1 -0 

CD) 
52 
766 

CO 

1 33 

1 56 

89 

387 

108 


C 


108 

CD) 
CO 

CD) 
U 



CD) 
CD) 

1 

CD) 

CO) 



2 

CD) 
356 
566 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
207 
9 
5 
81 
CD) 

6 

553 


436 




25 




191 




CD) 
CO 




CD) 




CD) 




CD) 




CO 
52 




1 




30 




CD) 
























z 




2 




40 




CD) 




CD) 
CD) 




CD) 




CD) 










CD) 


Australia/ N.Zeal and/ & S.Africa 


CO) 
CD) 




CD) 









63 




63 

1 




CD) 




CD) 




CD) 









CO) 


Chile 












u 









CD) 




CO 









U.K. Islands/ Caribbean .... 



CO 






CO 




CO 




























Other Africa/ Asia/ S Pacific .. 


58 
CO 














CO 














58 




1 5 




, 




11 




28 




4 









c o 


People's Republic of China 


1 

CD) 




CD) 




3 








176 



NONBANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table G-37. 



-U.S. Imports Shipped to Af 
Count r y 



filiates by Foreigners Other Than the Foreign Parent Group* 
Df Origin by Country of U80 



[Millions of dollars] 



All coun- 
tries 



Europe 

Of uh i ch- 



G e r n any 



Nether- 
lands 



United 
Kingdom 



Switzer- 
land 



Japan 




Un i ted 
States 



Adden- 
dum — 
OPEC 



(1) 



12) 

445 
1 58 



(3) 

1 4,499 

778 

3*661 

1*770 

CD) 
66 
1 74 
582 

(0) 
1 90 
1 25 
4 79 

892 

16 
CD) 


(0) 

16 

32 

1 11 

co) 

(D> 

87 
(0) 

13 
3 
(D) 

600 



(4) 

1*.030 

<D> 

21 1 

CD- 
CD, 

i • ) 



(5) 

875 

223 

320 

295 
ID) 

2 

9 

192 

3 

9 

(0) 

(0) 

25 

(0) 

1 

2 



(6) 

4,112 

18 

191 

1 73 

(0) 

( O 

8 

12 





22 

2 

J 





17) <8) 

5,743 T,i6u 

142 (0) 
1,159 285 



( 1 4) 
CD) 



All countries 



Europe .................... 

European Communities <9) 
Belgium ............... 

Denmark ............... 

France ................ 

Germany ............... 

Ireland 

Italy 

Netherlands 

United Kingdom .. ... 



Other Europe ........... 

Au stria 

Finland .............. 

Liechtenstein 

Norway ............... 

Spain ................ 

Sweden ............... 

Switzerland .......... 

Ot her 

western Europe* nee 
Eastern Europe ..... 

Poland 

Romania .......... 

U.S.S.R 

Other 



Zealand, 8 S.Africa 



Japan ... 

Australia 

Australia .. 

New Zealand 
South Africa 

lat i n Amer i c a 



South S Central America 
Argentina ............ 

erazi I 

Mexico ............... 

Panama ............... 

Venezuela ............ 

Ot her 

Chi le 

Colombia ........... 

Ecuador ............ 

Peru 

Other 



Other western Hemisphere . 
Bahamas ................ 

Bermuda 

Netherlands Antilles ... 
U.K. Islands, Caribbean 
Ot her 



Middle East 

Israel 

Other 

Kuwait .............. 

Lebanon ............. 

Saudi Arabia ........ 

United Arab Emirates 
Other 



Other Africa, Asia* & Pacific .. 
Other Africa ................. 

Algeria 

Libya ...................... 

Other Saharan 

Nigeria .................... 

Other Sub-Saharan 

Other Asia & Pacific ......... 

Hong Kong .................. 

Philippines 

South Korea ................ 

Other 

India 

Indonesia ................ 

Malaysia ................. 

People's Republic of China 

Taiwan ................... 

Other 



28*793 

1 ,675 

6,852 

5,319 

225 

77 

283 

1*155 

21 

267 

193 

3*097 

1,532 
38 
48 

( O 

CD) 
64 
44 
399 

( D) 

( D) 
192 
75 
18 

CD) 

(D) 

4*1 56 



(D) 
( •) 



6 
33 



1 
26 



<D) 
( D) 
< ») 

3 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



CD) 

i 

CD) 
CD) 

( •) 



2 

30 

3 



3 
2 

I 

50 

24 

26 

3 



Una I locat ed W 

Addendum--OPEC 



1 ,189 


CD) 


583 


CD) 


334 


CD) 


1 63 


CD) 


1 14 


CD) 


(D) 


CD) 


741 


3 


CD) 


CD) 


7*062 


79 


4*524 


CD) 


6*063 


(D) 


4,082 


210 


( D) 


1 


87 


4 


778 


6 


491 


108 


2*015 


<D) 


1,678 


CD) 


< D) 





<0> 





< D) 


( •) 


775 


CD) 


2*079 


56 


(D) 


CD) 


( D) 





34 


CD) 


CD) 


< D) 


CD) 





<D> 


CD) 


CD) 


(D) 


379 


( D) 


CD) 


CD) 


693 


32 


CD) 


(D ) 


999 


CD) 


441 


CD) 


(D) 


(0) 


(D) 


1 


CD) 











( D) 





(D> 





( D) 





4 





416 


( D) 


CD) 


(D) 


81 7 





655 


CO 


15 





(0) 


(•) 


802 


3 


CD) 





( D) 


3 




















( D) 





(D) 





CD) 





CD) 





CD) 





CD) 





6*948 


126 


4*643 


1 51 


3*878 


81 


3,523 


CD) 


CD) 





(0) 





< D) 





CD) 





<D) 


□ 


CD) 





(D) 





CD) 





702 


81 


CD) 


CD) 


3*070 


45 


1,120 


CD) 


151 





105 


CD) 


602 


6 


121 





639 


4 


67 





1 *678 


35 


826 


79 


59 


(D) 


39 





500 


( 0) 


(0) 


CD) 


31 8 


1 


229 


(D) 


69 





22 


2 


485 


7 


CD) 


CD) 


248 


C •) 


< D) 


CD) 


96 


3 


53 


5 


5*702 


CD) 


4*847 


CD) 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 
< • ) 
CD) 
CD) 

CO 
CD) 
CD) 

C*) 
C«) 



( • ) 
( • ) 



CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 



2 

13 
5 



CO 
CD) 

CD) 

< • ) 
CD) 
CD) 




CO 

D 
91 

CO 

( • ) 
<•) 
( •) 

2.196 

2*142 

CD) 

69 

(D) 

3 

<D) 
171 

C •) 

CD) 

(D) 
93 
17 



CD) 
CD) 



54 






CD) 

193 
(•) 
193 
3 



(D) 
CD) 
CD) 

1*420 
1*138 
(D) 
(D) 


(D) 
(D) 

282 
(D) 
<D) 

8 
247 

3 

CD) 
CD) 

<D) 
16 
21 

2 

1 *662 



546 
(D) 
(D) 

67 
CD) 
CD) 
CO) 
(D) 

1 72 

612 

3 


<D) 
CD) 
10 
38 
( D> 
(D) 

2 

2 
C*> 


(•) 

CD) 

401 
CD) 
(D) 

301 

923 

671 
4 
CD) 

103 
CD) 

2 
324 

CD) 

5 

86 
(D) 
180 

252 





252 

CD) 

1 
(D) 



CD) 
CD) 



CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

CO 

(D) 
267 
363 

CD) 

(D) 
14 
219 

CD) 
99 
1 9 

< ») 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

2*406 



224 

CD) 

5 

37 

76 

2 

61 

4 

CD) 



CD) 

l • ) 



1 
39 



CD) 
CD) 

( • ) 



80 

42 
CD) 

101 
CD) 

CD) 

603 
1 
63 
CD) 


CD) 
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CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
215 



CD) 



2 
2 






u 

J 

298 
129 



2 
3 

1 24 

169 

16 

1 

3 

1 50 

CD) 

<0> 

4 
6 
20 
(D) 

5 

142 



CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

(D ) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
C») 
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CD) 



CD) 

3 
CO) 

364 

359 
CD) 
1 31 
20 
(0) 
CD) 
( D) 

2 
CD ) 
CD) 

1 4 
41 




4 

CD) 

( • I 
( D ) 
CD) 


CD) 
CD) 
CD) 

1 *457 

(D) 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

CO) 

12 
CO) 

36 
(D) 
4 90 
645 

1 1 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
371 

64 

15 
586 



CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
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(D) 
CD) 
CD) 
(D) 

(0) 
CD) 



CD) 
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CO 
CD) 

1*153 

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CD) 
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537 
CD) 
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CD) 
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492 
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CD) 
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121 
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CD) 
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CD) 

CD) 

143 



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CD) 
CD) 
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609 

605 

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CD) 

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(0) 

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1 

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CD) 

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CD) 












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coo 




u 


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1 







1 


u 




1 


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u 







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CO) 

( • ) 

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CO) 

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CD) 
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CD) 


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177 



N0W8ANK U.S. AFFILIATES 



Table h - 1 . -- I nt e r es f Receipts 

and Payments of Affiliates* 

oy Industry of Affiliate 



Table h-?.— Product ion Royalty Payments* 

Taxes Other Than Income and Payroll 
Taxes* a of Subsidies and Srants Received 
by Affiliates* by Industry of Affiliate 



Table h-3.— Research and 

Development Expenditures by 

Affiliates* 0/ Industry of 

Affiliate 



[Mi I I i ons of dollars] 



[Millions of dollars] 



[Millions of dollars] 



Interest 



Interest 

receipts from 

all payers* net 

of withholding 

taxes 



Interest 
payments to all 

pay ee s * gross 

of withholding 

taxes 



Production 

royalty 

payments 



Taxes other 

than i ncome 

and payroll 

ti>u 1 / 



Subs 
grant 



idles and 
s received 



Research and development (ft&£* 
expend! tures 



R&D for 
affiliates' o